Some 71% of all cancer patients diagnosed in A&E see their GP at least once displaying symptoms which transpire to be the disease.Read the full story ›
A woman with incurable breast cancer has told how she feels "left alone", due to a lack of specialist NHS nurses.Read the full story ›
Two university professors were among five people charged with fraud after more than a dozen complaints in Spain.Read the full story ›
Nine in ten women do not know all the symptoms of ovarian cancer, with almost a third unable to name any.Read the full story ›
Acting like a "Trojan horse" the bacteria can infiltrate tumours and flag the cancer cells to the body's immune system, say scientists.Read the full story ›
Nearly two-thirds experienced mental health problems as waiting times for treatment increased.Read the full story ›
Almost nine in 10 people are not aware that drinking red wine can increase a person's chances of getting cancer.Read the full story ›
- ITV News report by Olivia Kinsley
Around one in eight people diagnosed with cancer feel they have lost touch with friends as a result of the disease, according to a survey by Macmillan Cancer Support.
The charity says that talking to close friends and relatives is important for sufferers dealing with the illness - but not enough people are getting the support they need.
A young doctor, who reached his fundraising target of £100,000 last week, has died of a cancer that runs in his family.Read the full story ›
Overcooking foods such as chips, potatoes, toast and Sunday roast vegetables could increase the risk of cancer, according to a study.Read the full story ›