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Children in England will need only one dose of the HPV vaccine to prevent cervical and other related cancers from September 2023. Children in England will need only one dose of the HPV vaccine to prevent cervical and other related cancers from September 2023.

by In collaboration with PA Media Group | News | 21 June 2023

21 June 2023

Anal cancer rates in the UK have increased by nearly 300 per cent over the last 40 years, according to new figures published by Cancer Research UK. Anal cancer rates in the UK have increased by nearly 300 per cent over the last 40 years, according to new figures published by Cancer Research UK.

by Cancer Research UK | News | 5 June 2014

5 June 2014

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Rates for cancers linked to a sexually-transmitted virus have increased in the post World War II baby boomer generation according to new research* published in the British Journal of Cancer today (Wednesday February 4). Rates for cancers linked to a sexually-transmitted virus have increased in the post World War II baby boomer generation according to new research* published in the British Journal of Cancer today (Wednesday February 4).

by British Journal of Cancer | News | 4 February 2009

4 February 2009

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A CANCER RESEARCH UK trial has shown anal cancer patients who received a different form of treatment were a third less likely to die in the long term from anal cancer, according to long-term survival data presented at the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Cancer Conference, today (Tuesday). A CANCER RESEARCH UK trial has shown anal cancer patients who received a different form of treatment were a third less likely to die in the long term from anal cancer, according to long-term survival data presented at the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Cancer Conference, today (Tuesday).

by Cancer Research UK | News | 7 October 2008

7 October 2008