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The former BBC presenter told police he questioned why alleged victims "waited 20 years to come out" with claims

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Mitchell Johnson has died his moustache pink for charity ahead of the third day of the fifth and final Ashes Test

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Australia’s fast bowler and chief tormentor of England Mitchell Johnson has blown away the opposition in the 2013-14 Ashes Series with a flurry of aggressive bouncers and famous stone-cold stare, but those at the crease tomorrow may be forgiven for having a cheeky snigger back towards him.

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Hundreds of breast cancer patients kept in the dark by hospital trust about concerns over rogue surgeon who carried out 'cleavage-saving' mastectomies

The procedure leaves some breast tissue behind and is not recognised by national guidelines, because of the greater risk of cancer recurring

Calls for drug which 'halves likelihood of high-risk women developing breast cancer' to be made freely available on NHS

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An aspirin before going to bed might reduce the risk of suffering a heart attack in the morning

Taking an aspirin at bedtime can cut risk of heart attack in morning, study reveals

Latest findings could be good news for 1.3 million victims living in UK

Researchers find ‘alarm’ that gives warning of recurring cancer

An alarm signal from the immune system offers an “invaluable” early warning of returning cancer, research has shown.

Charlene White hits back after racist abuse for not wearing a poppy

Charlene White received racist insults following her decision to remain 'neutral' to charities while on-air

ABC's Amy Robach reveals cancer diagnosis after having mammogram on air

Good Morning America presenter reluctantly agreed to have televised mammogram which doctors say saved her life

Postcard from... Naples

A senior church figure in southern Italy has added another transgression to the list of sinful activities: environmental destruction.

The film about the payday-loan firm Wonga tells the stories of 12 people who used the service

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Lesley Frame, 40, a radiographer from East Kilbride

Thousands with secondary breast cancer ‘being failed’

Thousands of women living with secondary breast cancer are being “failed” by the health service and urgent action needs to be taken to improve care and support services, a leading charity has said.

World Mental Health Day: Nobody should ever be alone with a mental health problem

Mental illness accounts for a third of all illnesses, so there is absolutely no reason not to talk about it

The Killing star Sofie Grabol reveals that she received treatment for breast cancer

Danish actress who played detective Sarah Lund is raising awareness for a campaign on Denmark's TV2

Half of the breast cancer patients surveyed said they felt more body conscious

Breast cancer patients reveal effect of disease on their self-esteem and sex life

One in two breast cancer survivors under the age of 55 say their sex lives have suffered as a result the disease and its treatment, a survey by Macmillan Cancer Support has found.

Walking an hour a day 'cuts risk of breast cancer'

Walking for an hour a day can cut the risk of breast cancer by 14 per cent, research has suggested.

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