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Taking Pictures Helps Young People Living With Cancer

At 15 years of age, American Madeline Morales has lived through experiences most young people do not have to deal with. Morales has faced cancer. She has used anti-cancer drugs and radiation treatments to fight the disease. But she is hopeful

Digital rectal examination for prostate cancer by GPs ‘unnecessary’, finds study

GPs should urgently refer patients with prostate cancer symptoms regardless of their digital rectal examination results, a new study has suggested. Researchers from Hull York Medical School found that many men diagnosed with prostate cancer do not have an abnormal DRE

Trials begin of a saliva test for prostate cancer

Doctors have begun a trial of a simple saliva test that aims to spot the top 10% of men who are most at risk of developing prostate cancer. One in eight men develop prostate cancer at some point in their lives. The test draws