Projects covered a range of areas including "social exclusion", "access to knowledge" and "civic empowerment"
Young teenagers rate slimline cigarettes as stylish, feminine and possibly safer than regular brands, say researchers.
Mixture of two drugs break down cancer cells' defence and reboot patient's immune system
Controversial drugs scheme to be extended despite criticism from doctors
Stark regional differences of cancer mortality and incidence rates are revealed for the first time today by a leading charity, resulting in calls for more to be done to address health inequality in Britain.
Drugs shield sensitive gastrointestinal tract from toxic effects
Chemotherapy treatment has boosted the survival rate to 96 per cent
More than 80 per cent of people diagnosed with malignant melanoma, the most dangerous form of skin cancer, will now survive the disease, scientists have said. Yet British sunbathing habits mean the number of cases continues to rise.
Just asking people to donate in their wills could create windfall, says Whitehall behavioural unit
Increase may be linked to obesity and diets high in red and processed meat
Ministers could announce plans to introduce plain packets for cigarettes later this year, reports suggest.
Facebook, Google and Amazon team up with scientists to create game that sorts through genetic data
A dramatic breakthrough in breast cancer research will lead to a revolution in the way the disease will be diagnosed and treated in years to come, leading specialists said yesterday.
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More than 40 per cent of all cancers in the UK could be prevented by avoiding unhealthy lifestyles and environmental risks, according to research.