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Misha began her journey in Canada studying business and psychology. But fearing a life of normalcy she moved to London and completed a Masters in science journalism at City University. A science enthusiast and jack of all trades Misha joined Cancer Research UK’s News and Multimedia team in 2014 to write and film content for the charity’s blog and news feed.

News digest – New food labels, coffee, HPV vaccine and… can singing fight cancer?

Here’s this week’s round up of cancer news.

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News digest – immunotherapy ‘cures’, saliva tests, sugary drinks… and mobile phones

Here’s our round up of this week’s cancer news.

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News digest – Sir Terry Wogan, World Cancer Day, gene editing, proton beam therapy and more.

Sir Terry Wogan dies, World Cancer Day brings some much needed good news, scientists can edit our genes and much more.

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Don’t give up on your New Year’s Resolution just yet!

Our top 10 inspirational and informative posts to help you stick to your no smoking resolution.

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News digest – Tantalising adverts, sugar taxes, new gene faults and… cheese fights cancer?

Adverts luring children to the dark side, sugary drinks tax, discovering new gene faults and can cheese fight cancer? Here’s the week’s cancer news.

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Should the NHS publish data on cancer surgeons?

We take a look at the pros and cons of publishing cancer surgeons’ mortality data.

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The 0.01 per cent: can over-the-counter genetic tests help you be healthier?

Is the future written in your genes? We investigate whether over-the-counter genetic tests can predict our risk of cancer.

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