Screening The European Breast Cancer Conference in Amsterdam has heard that thousands of cases of breast cancer are going undetected by the standard screening techniques used by the NHS.
Scientists in Singapore have developed an optical device that could bring on-the-spot diagnosis for some cancers and other diseases closer to becoming a reality, it’s been reported this week.
Researchers in Hong Kong have found a genetic mutation that they believe is linked with a high risk of breast cancer. They believe the discovery could be important enough to be included in genetic screening for women of Chinese origin.
We talk a lot about the importance of ‘living well with cancer’. We know there’s a chance it could improve our treatment outcomes and make us feel energised throughout the day as we go through our treatment. But there’s also evidence to show that it […]
Cancer treatments continue to improve and more patients than ever survive beyond treatment, so it’s important to look at how quality of life can be maximised for patients living with and beyond cancer. In fact, quality of life can be greatly improved by a few […]