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 0 Vote it! Discovery could improve radiotherapy for wide range of cancers
    02/06/2015

    Scientists have discovered how AKT inhibitors in combination with radiotherapy might boost its effectiveness across a wide range of cancers.
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 0 Vote it! Doctors’ response to Queen's Speech
    28/05/2015

    Doctors have responded to plans laid out in the Queen's Speech for a 7-day NHS.
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 0 Vote it! NHS pressures at risk of stifling cancer research
    21/05/2015

    Daily pressures on the NHS are having a serious impact on its ability to support world leading research into cancer.
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 0 Vote it! Funding for ground-breaking childhood cancer treatment announced
    19/05/2015

    A UK cancer recovery charity is to support a study comparing radiotherapy with proton therapy for children.
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 0 Vote it! Men with high oestrogen levels could be at greater risk of breast cancer
    18/05/2015

    Men with naturally high levels of oestrogen may have a greater risk of developing breast cancer, according to new research.
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 0 Vote it! UK lagging behind other countries on staffing levels and number of beds available
    05/05/2015

    The Economist Intelligence Unit has highlighted that the UK is lagging behind other wealthy countries on staffing levels and the number of beds available.
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 0 Vote it! Most bowel cancer patients aren’t advised to exercise despite health benefits
    30/04/2015

    Most bowel cancer patients say they weren’t advised to exercise regularly after their diagnosis, despite evidence that brisk physical activity is linked to better survival in bowel cancer.
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 0 Vote it! Lack of progress in diagnosing bowel cancer
    22/04/2015

    New figures released by the charity Beating Bowel Cancer show that most bowel cancer patients are still diagnosed too late.
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