In the news this week: even moderation consumption of red and processed meat can increase bowel cancer risk.
In this week’s news: scientists use CRISPR to catalogue cancer’s weaknesses and researchers train cancer sniffing canines.
In this week’s news: positive results from the HPV vaccination programme in Scotland and new research looks at the areas of our face we might miss when applying sunscreen.
In this week’s news: new research asks, ‘how many cigarettes are in a bottle of wine?’ and special offers fuel obese shoppers.
In this week’s news: headlines saying ‘hot tea causes oesophageal cancer’ miss crucial details and Government proposes junk food ad watershed.
In this week’s news: prostate cancer predictions, NHS waiting times, breast cancer rulebook rewritten and do wireless headphones cause cancer?
In this week’s news: cervical screening campaign launches in England and research in mice suggests why cancer commonly spreads to the liver.
In this week’s news: smoking may limit the body’s ability to flexible drug pricing could speed up NHS access.
In this week’s news: survey reveals misconceptions around HPV and a prominent American figure wrongly suggests measles cures cancer.
In this week’s news: NHS England roll out lung cancer scanning, and a planned cervical screening test switch could see the time between screenings extended to 5 years.