A national campaign has been launched to highlight the symptoms of bladder and kidney cancer.
Up to 700 women in England diagnosed with kidney or bladder cancer every year are experiencing a delay in being referred to a specialist, new research has revealed.
The wording of a GP’s referral letter to a consultant may have a significant impact on the length of time it takes to diagnose childhood cancer.
A new type of breath test that detects nanoparticles could help diagnose stomach cancers, according to a study published in the British Journal of Cancer.
BRITISH men and women in their 50s have seen cases of malignant melanoma – the most dangerous form of skin cancer – soar from fewer than 500 each year to almost 2,000* since the end of the 1970s, new figures from Cancer Research UK show today.
A calculator which predicts a patient’s risk of having bowel cancer could help doctors decide when to refer patients make better referral decisions rather than relying on individual symptoms, a new study shows today.
THE rate of new cervical cancers diagnosed in the UK increased by 15 per cent in a year, according to figures from Cancer Research UK today.
More than three quarters of people asked to list possible warning signs and symptoms of cancer failed to mention pain, coughing or problems with bowels or bladder according to a Cancer Research UK report, Delay Kills, funded by Tesco and published today (Tuesday March 6th).
Research shows that patients are, on average, being diagnosed more quickly for some cancers, offering a better chance of successful outcome.