Charity warns more than 700 bowel cancer patients in the North West will lose out on vital medicines.
A Salford-based charity has provided funding for a research collaboration between the University of Salford and University of Manchester.
The niece of former Liverpool and Everton footballer Gary Ablett has donated her bone marrow to help cure a blood cancer patient
More than a dozen people in Blackburn have cut their hair for a charity that makes wigs for children who lose their own hair through cancer. It is in memory Madison Allan who was seven when she lost her battle with the disease on Boxing Day 2011.
Television presenter Jeremy Kyle has spoken out for the first time about his battle with testicular cancer.
In an exclusive interview with This Morning to be shown later today, Jeremy admits he thought it would be the last year he would spend with his family.
You can donate to the fund for Braiden's treatment on his JustGiving page.
The footballing legend who successfully beat cancer has now gone back to the hospital where he was treated to thank the medical staff who saved his life.
Kevin Sheedy, still a firm favourite with Everton fans was diagnosed with bowel cancer in July. He's now backing a campaign to raise awareness of the condition
For more information about the Be Clear on Cancer campaign, visit www.nhs.uk/BowelCancer.