Medical researchers are hoping to bust some of the myths and mystery surrounding clinical trials in an effort to get more much-needed volunteers.
Drink water and avoid sugary drinks to help prevent cancer, leading scientists have urged.
Artificial intelligence will be used to help stop 22,000 cancer deaths a year by 2033, Theresa May will say in a speech setting out how science can transform health.
A terminally ill woman who cast light on Ireland’s cervical screening controversy has called for a radical overhaul of the Irish health service, insisting she does not want to die in vain.
The acting boss of Ireland’s Health Service Executive has apologised to women directly affected by the cervical screening controversy and to all women of Ireland who have been frightened and concerned.
An event has been held honouring the work of cancer nurses in the north-east.
A charity that provides support for teenagers and young people with cancer has opened in Aberdeen – and is looking to expand further north.
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A woman told by doctors four years ago she had 12 months to live is celebrating her 40th birthday by raising £10,000 for charity.
A UK health expert who investigated abuse at the Winterbourne care home for the disabled will lead an inquiry into the misinterpretation of cancer tests in Ireland.
High-intensity interval training reduces tiredness and improves the self-esteem of men with testicular cancer, a study has found.
Scientists have discovered a gene specific to the male-only Y chromosome protects against the development of acute myeloid leukaemia (AML) and other cancers.
Cancer charities have said it is “devastating” that a drug will not be made available on the NHS to treat patients with a rare type of cancer that mainly affects babies and young children.
Thousands of calls have been made to a helpline after it was revealed that women may have had their lives cut short due to failures in breast cancer screening.
Women and their families caught up in the breast screening failure have demanded answers as to how hundreds of patients may have had their lives cut short.
A cancer sufferer is poised to begin new £22,000 a month treatment as she closes in on her £150,000 fundraising bid.
Cancer researchers in the UK are to benefit from an app which crunches data while smartphone owners sleep.
A charity has welcomed news that a pioneering therapy that uses a patient’s own genetically modified cells to fight cancer will be made available to NHS patients.
A campaign to raise awareness of the symptoms of cervical cancer as part of a £100,000 government scheme is heading to Aberdeen.
Eat Pray Love author Elizabeth Gilbert has spoken for the first time since the death of her partner three months ago.
Dame Tessa Jowell “feels a deep sense of responsibility” to give a voice to patients and pave the way for other cancer sufferers, her daughter has said.
Tessa Jowell urged MPs to “keep fighting the good fight” to improve cancer treatment during an emotional Commons debate.
Tessa Jowell has been showered with praise and tributes by MPs as she sat in the House of Commons chamber for a debate on cancer treatment.
Tessa Jowell was promised a “warm embrace of parliamentary love” as she sat in the House of Commons chamber for a debate on cancer treatment.
An Aberdeen cancer charity will hold a series of women’s wellbeing sessions for people who have been affected by the disease.
A bus highlighting the symptoms of ovarian cancer has hit the road following campaigning by an employee who lost his wife to the disease.
Human drugs could be used to treat cancers which are putting Tasmanian devils at risk of extinction, scientists say.
A big-hearted brother and sister took an unusual step to raise funds for a cancer charity in memory of their late great aunt.
A cancer patient is recovering at home after being operated on in two areas at the same time in a rare procedure using a robot.
New “one-stop shops” to speed up cancer diagnosis are being trialled across the country for the first time.
Twins who were diagnosed with testicular cancer less than three weeks apart have spoken out to raise awareness of their condition.