The following articles have the tag cancer
Trials predict likelihood of relapse to determine follow-up treatment.
Aspirin may not only help keep cancer at bay, it could play a life-saving role ...
Science has discovered the low-nutrition foods most likely to lead to tumours.
Research shows super-sensitive noses can be trained to detect illness
Finger prick blood test detects early cancers in 30 minutes.
Cancer isn’t the only reason men should get their prostate checked.
Eating your final meal of the day too late can increase the risk of developing ...
The toughest of journeys navigated with resilience and spirit.
New report shows half of all Australians suffer from chronic health conditions.
Less than one-in-three Australian men consider themselves at high risk of skin cancer.
Researchers create implants that can accurately spot early signs of cancer.
What may seem like innocuous health issues could be a sign of something worse.
Any medical procedure has its dangers, but the benefits can be compelling.
Health groups lobby Government to provide better support.
New data reveals cancer levels and mortality rates across Australia.
On average, one person dies every 90 minutes because of conditions caused by alcohol.
Study shows that almost 40 per cent of cancer deaths are potentially avoidable.
Belgian scientists believe your sweet tooth could be killing you.
There are just as many myths as facts about the things that can cause cancer.
Researchers are one step closer to knowing how obesity is linked to breast cancer.
A decrease in Australia's population-level drinking would reduce cancer deaths.
Regular cleaning with this common household cleaner could cause a fatal lung disease.
Researchers have created a new treatment that prevents melanoma from spreading.
FDA approves a breakthrough hailed as a ‘new frontier’ in medicine.
A new wonder drug is being hailed as the new dawn in heart treatment.
California woman wins $525 million claiming that talcum powder caused her cancer.
Did you know one in 13 Australians are diagnosed with bowel cancer each year?
Scientists have developed a therapy that mimics sunlight to make the skin tan.
A new study of 10,000 women has accurately identified the cancer chance for women.
Ovarian cancer is the sixth most common cause of cancer death in women.
This is what to look for when checking your skin for any signs of skin ...
Jo Lamble has some tips to help Pauline regain her lust for life.
Sir Roger Moore has passed away after a short battle with cancer.
Scientists have identified 12 new genetic drivers that can signal ovarian cancer.
The early warning signs of stomach cancer may, at first, seem harmless.
A breast health awareness app designed to help women ‘take care of their pair’.
Testing would help detect the disease earlier and increase life expectancy.
It now seems that ginger has a truly remarkable positive effect.
We share the causes and symptoms of Australia’s highest killing cancer.
Keep an eye on the signs of prostate cancer and see your doctor for screening ...
Show misled viewers on safety of wifi signals and mobile phone use.
Your extra hot latte or boiling cup of tea could be doing you harm.
Known as the ‘silent killer’, bowel cancer develops with few symptoms.
A new use for aspirin seems to pop up daily. So, should you be taking ...
A new technique washes the blood of cancer patients and reduces the cost of treatment.
Increase your awareness of the symptoms of pancreatic cancer.
The Prostate Cancer Centre provides a innovative service for men with the disease.
Moderate alcohol consumption doubles risk of cancers.
A new form of breast cancer screening is on the horizon.
A life-saving cancer drug will soon be available in Australia.
Angelina Jolie has written a diary of her recent cancer-beating surgery.
A study has found that cancer comes down to ‘bad luck’ rather than environmental factors.
The legalisation of cannabis oil to treat certain medical conditions is back on the agenda.
Bill feels uncomfortable lying to his daughter, but doesn’t want to break his wife’s trust. ...
Every day, two men aged 45 or over die of melanoma.
What do heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's, stroke and cancer all have in common?
“My mother’s day used to be a fairly self-satisfied one, where I would be showered ...
The Medical Journal of Australia has found that a quarter of cancers could be prevented ...
Three studies published in The Lancet on Tuesday found that taking aspirin ...
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