Should YOU have the new test for prostate cancer Flaws in the usual test lead to needless ops that can wreck sex lives | UPDATED: 01:00 GMT, 16 October 2012 Prostate cancer claims the lives of more than 10,000 men in the UK every year yet, unlike breast cancer, there is no national screening programme for the disease.
Doctors could be able to 'see' under patients' skin and diagnose cancer without using invasive techniquesCould eliminate need for biopsiesPrecise system shows high resolution 3D images | UPDATED: 10:03 GMT, 25 September 2012 What lies beneath: The high-resolution images of blood vessels just under the skin could eliminate the need for biopsies A groundbreaking optics technique could allow doctors to see under the outer layer of patients' skin and detect diseases including cancer.
Complicated cancer: New research shows how genetic changes make the disease so deadly British scientists have begun to unlock one of cancer’s most deadly secrets.
Cancer girl who won Kate”s heart celebrates “Christmas miracle” after beating rare disease A sick young girl from Canada, who charmed the Duchess of Cambridge when presenting her with a bouquet of flowers and a heartfelt hug, has been declared cancer-free. Diamond Marshall, six, who has a rare form of cancer of the adrenal gland, had surgery on Monday to remove a number of tumours.