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It’s easy to indulge over the holidays and, now that the new year has rolled in, you’re thinking that now might be the right time to make a change to the way you eat. You may even be taking part in Veganuary or thinking of cutting meat out permanently. We explain what this could mean for your risk of getting cancer.13 January 2022
Cervical cancer is the 4th most common cancer in women with over 600,000 cases diagnosed worldwide in 2020. However, the number of people diagnosed is falling thanks to a combination of screening and vaccination programmes.
We asked our experts to explain why this question is so common and what we need to do to find new cures for cancer.
Researchers in Spain have discovered how fats found in palm oil can help cancer spread and have developed new drugs to stop it from happening.
10 November 2021
Professor Louis Vermeulen made a discovery that has led to the psychiatric drug lithium being tested in clinical trials to prevent bowel cancer.
01 July 2021