Shoppers in Aberdeen are being encouraged to support three life-saving charities that have been heavily impacted by Covid-19.
Cancer Research UK
Nearly 100,000 patients were waiting for key diagnostic tests at the end of June, a figure 11% higher than before the lockdown.
Runners who were set to take part in this year’s Aberdeen Race for Life are being encouraged to complete their own fundraising 5K in its place, after the event was cancelled.
A north-east boy has had his head shaved in aid of a cancer charity.
A sponge on a string pill test could transform the way oesophageal cancer is diagnosed, researchers say.
Some cancer patients are still being kept in the dark about when their treatment will resume and are frightened that their illness will get worse, according to a new poll.
There has been a 44% rise in the last year in people waiting for key tests to diagnose bowel, stomach, bladder and oesophageal cancer, a charity has warned.
The UK’s biggest cancer charity is to make “significant” reductions to the amount it spends on research and cut jobs as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
North-east residents have been encouraged to visit a national charity's stores to help it tackle a shortfall in funding caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Research into some of the UK’s deadliest diseases is being “devastated” by the Covid-19 pandemic, leading charities have warned.
An upcoming Aberdeen charity race event has been cancelled.
Former Love Island star Gabby Allen has said she would love to appear on Strictly Come Dancing.
Research into cancer is to take a hit after the UK’s biggest cancer charity announced cuts to funding.
Brain cancer in babies could be successfully treated with targeted drugs instead of chemotherapy, scientists say.
A young man fighting cancer is raising money for charity by shaving his hair.
A common type of bacteria found in the gut may play a role in the development of bowel cancer, according to research.
Peter Kay has announced the return of his Dance For Life charity event.
Women who take statins could be less likely to develop ovarian cancer, new research suggests.
New technology is enabling cancer scientists to look at individual cells, potentially leading to personalised treatments, research suggests.
A scan that involves magnetising molecules can let doctors see in real time which regions of a breast tumour are active, new research suggests.
Aggressive and highly mutated cancers are engaged in an “evolutionary arms race” with the immune system, new research suggests.
People across the north-east are urged to sing up for a charity race.
A group of cells that play a role in the body’s immune response could hold the key to “more effective” cancer treatments, researchers say.
Oscar-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss, singer James Blunt and Queer Eye’s Tan France have signed up for The Great British Bake Off celebrity spin-off.
Men with testicular cancer could be spared some of the side effects of chemotherapy after new research suggested their treatment could be halved.
An artificial intelligence programme has been developed which can detect breast cancer from mammograms better than experts, a study found.
Visitors to an Aberdeen community are being invited to have a peek at a specially decorated home raising money for charity.
A six-year-old cancer survivor met the cast of The Snowman in London after missing two Christmases in a row due to illness.
A north-east toddler who required two stem cell transplants to fight off cancer has helped to launch an awards scheme celebrating the bravery of children with the disease.
The UK will be transformed into an international radiotherapy research hub with the creation of a new £56 million network, Cancer Research UK has announced.