Cancer survival in the UK improving, but lagging behind - study
5 days ago - By BBC
The UK is the worst of seven high-income countries for key cancers including lung, colon and pancreas.
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Cancer survival in high income countries is improving, but international disparities persist
5 days ago - By ScienceDaily
An observational study including 3.9 million cancer cases in seven high-income countries between 1995-2014 finds that survival of seven cancers is generally improving, although the overall level and pace of improvement varies between countries and for each cancer type.
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Cancer survival rates in the UK still lag behind other high-income nations
5 days ago - By Daily Mail
Researchers compared death rates from seven different forms of the disease, including lung, ovary and colon, between a handful of nations, including the UK, Ireland and Australia.
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New Imaging Technology Could Revolutionize the Future of Cancer Surgery
New imaging technology uses the way light from lasers communicates with cancerous and healthy tissues to distinguish between them in real-time.
Have scientists found a cure for the common cold? Researchers identify vital...
Researchers have identified a vital protein in cells which the cold virus needs in order to reproduce. By stopping humans producing this protein, they can stop the cells from...
Being a Night Owl can Make Teen Girls More Fat
Are you a night owl? Watch out, poor sleep and staying up late at night can cause excess weight gain among teen girls.
Defective Cilia Tied to Heart Valve Birth Defects: Study
Mutation in a gene regulating the production of cilia are associated with the development of Bicuspid aortic valve , the most common heart valve birth defect.
Lifting weights can improve survival of lung cancer patients
Weightlifting is not just for making the body look more muscular. By increasing a person's muscle mass, strength training prevents the onset of sarcopenia and makes it easier...
Contraceptive pills may raise the risk of type 2 diabetes
Women who had taken the Pill at some point in their life had a 33 per cent increased risk, according to researchers in France. Critics said there is no proof of causation.
DAVID GILBERT: How patients can improve the health of the NHS
DAVID GILBERT: When Michael Seres had a bowel transplant in 2011 aged 42, he was only the 11th Briton to have the life-saving operation. Years later he's disenfranchised with...
Former Brexit MP DAVID DAVIS reveals the low-carb diet that helped transform...
DAVID DAVIS:A year ago, after I resigned from my Cabinet job as Brexit Secretary, I had a routine medical. The doctor frowned, I had non-alcoholic fatty liver disease .
First Sexual Experience Forced for 1 in 16 Women
Changes wrought by the MeToo movement can't come soon enough, say researchers who found that for 1 in 16 U.S. women, their first sexual experience was forced.
Carcinogen Found in Menthol E-Cigarettes
As doctors race to determine what is causing sudden and severe lung illnesses among some vapers, new research discovers dangerously high levels of a known carcinogen in...