Patients at high risk of cancer could be told to take aspirin: Taking tablet regularly "can cut risk of developing disease by a third"

Patients at high risk of cancer could be told to take aspirin: Taking tablet regularly 'can cut risk of developing disease by a third' | UPDATED: 00:08 GMT, 12 December 2012 Professor Sir Mike Richards said that the odds of survival for lung cancer have'barely been improving' over the last five years Patients at high risk of developing cancer could be prescribed regular doses of aspirin under plans to tackle the rising number of cases.

Woman, 32, jumped on child’s stomach wearing flip-flops and perforated his bowel in shocking campaign of violence

Woman, 32, jumped on child’s stomach wearing flip-flops and perforated his bowel in shocking campaign of violence. Rubbed his excrement in his face if he soiled himselfHeld his feet against a piping hot radiator until he burntJailed for seven years for causing injuries described as being like “something from a horror film”Nicola Tedder denied charges and claimed child was “clumsy” and had injured himself

New "super" aspirin shrinks tumours for 11 different cancers

New 'super' aspirin shrinks tumours for 11 different cancers The hybrid pill causes cancer cells to self-destruct'Super' aspirin found to be 100,000 times more potent than normal variety | UPDATED: 16:24 GMT, 9 March 2012 A new hybrid of 'superdrug' aspirin could shrink tumours and may tackle 11 different forms of cancer, according to new research.

The chemo-proof Christmas dinner: Chef Jim Fisher creates a specially adapted menu for cancer sufferers to enjoy their food

The chemo-proof Christmas dinner: Chef Jim Fisher creates a specially adapted menu for cancer sufferers to enjoy their food Chef Jim Fisher got his inspiration from his mother With Christmas approaching, supermarket shelves heave with delicious festive food.