The human body will eventually be able to be ‘reprogrammed’ back into a healthy state, experts working for the tech company have claimed
Remission isn't necessarily the light at the end of the tunnel after cancer treatment. But what many people don't know is that the long-term side effects of the illness can occour up to 30 years later, patients can become vulnerable to countless other diseases that could be worse than the original, and will need to take series of different medications, as Lori Resnick-Fleishman found out and asks if alternative remedies should be considered
Instead she chose traditional Chinese medicine such as cupping, acupuncture and skin scraping
'Rather than undermining people’s efforts, using e-cigarettes improves the likelihood of someone quitting'
'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
It does not make either you or the charity 'braver' or even 'brave', says former cancer patient
The powerful drug can specifically target tumourswhen given as an infusion to the blood stream
'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
Even Good’s three older children were convinced their youngest sister had cancer
Rigorous checks are made to ensure the organs are safe and the risks must be balanced against the need for the transplant
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
The find could pose a problem for the view that cancer is a result of our modern lifestyle
Heart and artery disease and cancer are the two most likely causes of death linked to an inactive lifestyle