Graham Osborne Can eating your vegies really help to fight cancer and other chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes?
Sarah Berry Today marks the launch of the Sunsense UV Photo Bus in Sydney.
Stephen Cauchi SCIENTISTS are testing a world-first technique that could reduce the number of false melanoma readings.
Erik Jensen THE incidence of bowel cancer in young people has surged in the past decade, more than doubling in some age categories, but doctors have been unable to explain the increase.
Could cow viruses be causing a rise in bowel cancer? A leading scientist thinks so.
Jen Rosenberg A quarter of cancers could be prevented by 2025 through diet and exercise, a study has found.
Jen Rosenberg A QUARTER of cancers could be prevented by 2025 through diet and exercise, saving hundreds of millions of dollars in the cost of treatment, a report in the Medical Journal of Australia has found.
WASHINGTON: Coffee has been shown to reduce the risk of skin cancer by helping kill off damaged cells that could otherwise turn into tumours, according to a new US study.
Rob Stein MILLIONS of women facing an elevated risk for breast cancer could slash their chances of getting the widely feared malignancy by taking a hormone-blocking pill used to treat the disease or prevent a...
Julia Medew High-grade cervical abnormalities under-17 girls halved, Victoria study finds.
Julia Medew Cancer experts issue fresh warning about eating red and processed meat after ''the most authoritative report'' on the subject draws direct connection with bowel cancer.
Louise Hall People under 50 are experiencing an alarming rise in bowel cancer, and a diet of too much meat and fast food may be to blame, according to cancer experts in the United States.
Julie Robotham Alcohol ''one of the most carcinogenic products in common use''; expert.
Julie Robotham and Peta Doherty THE Cancer Council NSW had auctioned the chance to witness surgery performed by the brain surgeon Charlie Teo to raise research funds, its chief executive said yesterday.
Paul Bibby WORKPLACE THE Roads and Traffic Authority will investigate a possible cancer cluster among Harbour Bridge workers after at least eight known cases that unions believe may be related to the use of lead paint.
Kate Hagan A TARGET of 80 per cent of 12-year-old girls being immunised against cervical cancer is not being met because many of them are failing to have all three doses of the vaccine.
Kate Hagan Target to immunise 80 per cent of 12-year-old girls against cervical cancer not being met because many failing to have all three doses of vaccine.
Nicky Phillips WHEN Vanessa Burdett was diagnosed with breast cancer six years ago, her doctors explained the chemotherapy treatment might affect her ability to have children.
Being diagnosed as having cancer of unknown primary provides few answers, writes Julie Robotham.
Amy Corderoy HEALTH THE immunisation program that protects girls against the virus linked to cervical cancer should immediately be extended to boys to prevent other cancers, a leading epidemiologist says.