The news that the Grease star's cancer has returned grips women of a certain age who grew up looking to her as something of a lodestar of our own happiness
‘This supports the tantalising prospect of long-term control of solid advanced tumours’
'We feel it’s critical that the scientific community consider the potential hazards of all off-target mutations caused by Crispr'
Tumour evolution was first identified 40 years ago. We're finally making good progress with it
Professionals arrived to do the job they were sent to do – take bloods, give drugs, request a hospital bed at home. They didn’t take the time to understand that what Dad wanted most was to be outside, to feel the sun, wind and rain on his face
“Without having seen a picture randomly with real information, I wouldn’t have know what to look for,” Ms Chieze wrote.
Tributes have been paid to the legendary artist who died this week aged 47
Company disputes scientific evidence behind accusation
He was inspired inspired by his mother’s ongoing battle with the disease
The WHO is arguably no longer fit for purpose. Critics suggest it is slow to respond to crises, needs radical reform, and stands accused of spreading fear. Oliver Bennett asks is there a future for WHO
Over five years, £1.27bn could pay for 10,000 extra NHS nurses or an extra 20 GP surgeries
Cancer charity says there is a 'crisis of communication' in UK over dying
NHS England aims for 85 per cent of cancer patients to start treatment 62 days after referral, but this target has been missed annually for three years
Price rises for generic cancer drugs are estimated to cost the NHS in England around £380m a year
And brands don't even have to list it on the label
Cheapest packet will cost £8.82 when new laws come into force