Cancer patients in Scotland are living through the “worst possible Groundhog Day”, according to a charity.
Stormont minister Edwin Poots has revealed he is waiting for an operation after being diagnosed with kidney cancer.
NHS Scotland has filled more than 80% of its Covid-19 hospital capacity, according to official figures.
Five private hospitals are to perform urgent operations and cancer treatments for the NHS to help the service maintain patient care during the coronavirus crisis.
Cancer survival rates in Scotland have improved by 2% according to Public Health Scotland (PHS) analysis.
A simple, cheap test can help identify who is at risk of developing colorectal cancer, new research suggests.
A drug that can help patients with a rare and “devastating” type of lung cancer live longer, with a better quality of life, has been approved for use by the NHS.
A north-east cancer support charity has unveiled a bold new look for 2021.
Thousands of patients in England newly diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer will now have access to a drug treatment to delay the progression of the disease – in what has been hailed as “a major milestone”.
Government minister James Brokenshire is taking leave to have surgery on a lung tumour.
Breast cancer patients given lower-than-standard chemotherapy doses by NHS Tayside have called on Jeane Freeman to help resolve the "grievous damage" caused by unanswered questions over their care.
Two brothers who filmed their father dying of cancer have honoured his wishes by releasing footage of him being nursed an hour before his death.
Statins – a type of medication used to lower cholesterol – may protect women’s hearts from damage while they undergo treatment for early-stage breast cancer, a study suggests.
Many patients with solid tumours are able to mount the same level of an immune response to Covid-19 as those without cancer, scientists have said.
A north-east cancer support charity is asking the public to help maintain its vital services.
The Prince of Wales has warned that cancer risks becoming “the Forgotten C” and that delayed operations during the pandemic are causing “despair”.
A north-east mum diagnosed with a brain tumour and given a year to live - six-and-a-half years ago - has spoken about living with her condition during the pandemic.
A veteran with terminal cancer is cycling 100 miles each month to raise money for military charities.
New figures showing a “worrying drop” in the number of Scots starting cancer treatment have led to calls for Government action.
Art lovers are being urged to snap up original pieces of work to raise funds for a cancer charity.
Scots up and down the country took part in an online carol concert hosted by an Aberdeen cancer care charity.
NHS Grampian said the delays - which are up almost 30% in the space of 12 months - were "disappointing" and pledged it was doing "everything possible" to reduce the waiting lists.
Former Love Island contestant Shaughna Phillips has said her father’s cancer diagnosis “completely changed” her life.
More than 250 coronavirus deaths have been recorded in a week, according to the latest figures from the National Records of Scotland (NRS).
Survivors of a wide range of cancers are more likely than people in the general population to die from seasonal flu even several years after their cancer diagnosis, according to a new study.
A seven-year-old girl is making a bid for Christmas number one to raise money for a brain tumour charity.
A blood test that may be able to spot more than 50 types of cancer will be piloted by the NHS, chief executive Sir Simon Stevens has announced.
More than 100,000 Scots are now waiting for key diagnostic tests to be carried out by the NHS.
A nagging sore shoulder led businessman Nick Hopkinson down a path which saw him diagnosed with haemochromatosis and having half his liver removed to save his life from cancer.
Mark Williams knows how lucky he is to have been diagnosed with haemochromatosis – as his own father died from liver cancer.