Review of previous research also concludes that it raises cancer mortality risk by eight per cent
One in five patients taking part in clinical trials finished the programme completely cancer-free
'This could have huge potential, as early diagnosis is a key factor in survival rates'
No evidence cancer in children caused by 'modern life', says Cancer Research UK
'I am angry at being left in the medically unexplained wilderness'
Krtin Nithiyanandam is hoping to gain interest from the scientific community to develop the work further
'Hello, my name is Dmitrij Panov and I'm going to die soon. It may sound strange, but that's how it is,' says the psychology student
After parasitic infections accounted for more than 8000 new cancer cases a new study suggests a brain-eating parasite that has been incriminated in cases of brain cancer can be reprogrammed to treat ovarian cancer
Proponents of vaginal douching say it promotes hygiene but growing evidence suggests it may do more harm than good
Alasdair Clift, from Wirral in Merseyside, raised £11,000 for the Bloodwise cancer charity
I was told that one side effect of my treatment would be infertility – but when I went to freeze my sperm, the embryologist was genuinely shocked to find out I wasn't straight
But the growing number of survivors requiring support is putting pressure on the NHS
She campaigned for doctors to humanise their attitudes towards cancer patients while coping with the illness herself
The two studies have been heralded as 'ground-breaking' by charity Breast Cancer Now
Alcohol is estimated to have caused around half a million deaths from cancer in 2012 alone, which is nearly 6% of all cancer deaths worldwide
Bowel cancer patients who consumed more than 0.3g of Omega-3 fatty acids, which are abundant in food such as oily fish, were found to have a 41 per cent less chance of dying from bowel cancer