Over 11,000 cases of cancer were linked to smoking in the lowest income group, compared to around 6,000 in the highest.
Dr Alison Berner and team asked 140 trans men and non-binary people to share their past experiences and attitudes towards cervical screening.
We’ve long felt that Cancer Research UK has a role to play in tackling inequalities, writes Michelle Mitchell.
New figures released today reveal that there are around 20,000 extra cancer cases each year in more deprived areas of the UK.
Smokers with depression who successfully quit smoking using stop smoking services may see an improvement in their mental health, according to new research.
Our latest figures reveal that three in four people aren’t aware that obesity causes cancer.
Yesterday we published our report looking in detail at the challenges Wales faces. And there’s much to be improved.
We take a detailed look at the findings of the recent Cancer Patient Experience Surveys, which ran in England and Scotland.