'They know she's an angel -- they know she's with us every day'
Study reinforces earlier work which suggests diet may play an important role in cutting cancer risk
Evidence presented at the world's largest cancer conference in Chicago this weekend shows personalised cancer treatments can be six times more effective than 'blanket' approach
Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer for men in the UK and is thought to be responsible for 10,000 deaths annually
'Where people were saying there's no risk, I think this ends that kind of statement'
Teratoma or 'evil twin' tumours are extremely rare and occur when a growth resembling a human body grows inside someone. They can feature bones, hair, teeth and facial features
Researchers examined the link between unemployment, public health care spending and cancer mortality in more than 70 countries over a 20-year period from 1990 to 2010
'Some of the declines we have already seen in cancer mortality — the large decline in lung cancer — that was because of efforts to stop people from smoking'
'Apparently there’s no certainty there will be a majority in favour' of allowing continued use of glyphosate, source tells The Independent
'Through the microscope, you can see the cell wobbling, trying to move, to put out new protrusions, to migrate, but it can't'
Researchers believe complementary therapy use in breast cancer sufferers has increased in the last twenty years
Researchers found drinking around 1.4 pints of beer a day could reduce the risk of heart diseases by around 25 per cent
Diski documented her experience of living with cancer in a whimsical and honest serialised column
'You need to be able to afford to buy good-quality food. If you don’t and you can’t get quality red meat without additives, you’re going to have an issue'
Warning that Britain leaving the EU could risk the breakdown of close international collaboration between scientists on potentially life-saving research
The pair had an email exchange just two weeks before Bowie passed away