There’s abundant advice out there on what you should or shouldn’t eat, drink, swallow, or stand next to, to avoid cancer. But it’s often lacking in evidence and the jumble of messages can be confusing.
'I felt no lump' writes Kylie Armstrong
'For solid tumours to disappear in 11 days is unheard of. These are mind-boggling results'
There has been a sharp increase in double mastectomies in recent years
I might go for a run before the pub, and have that third pint, and nobody will passively die
Ideally women of all ages should check their breasts every four to six weeks
"The survivors are ambassadors. People see breast cancer is not a killer. It is not a death sentence."
Ally Louise Smith was delivered by C-section on 11 December, weighing 2lb 5oz
Men who carry a specific gene mutation are at a significantly greater risk of developing breast cancer
The graphic pictures show Jenn Alter's chest after undergoing 35-days of radiation treatment
Kris, who was diagnosed with breast cancer at 23, is receiving a DFS Women of the Year award for her campaigns
"I didn't want my pre-cancer body back, but I wanted the body I have to be mine. So many people had put their mark on it."
Jolie's high-profile case has had a positive impact on women's understanding of breast reconstruction options
The former BBC presenter told police he questioned why alleged victims "waited 20 years to come out" with claims
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.
The procedure leaves some breast tissue behind and is not recognised by national guidelines, because of the greater risk of cancer recurring