Tiffany Youngs has been speaking to ITV News Anglia reporter Raveena Ghattaura about her terminal cancer diagnosis and miraculous recovery.Read the full story ›
The event hopes to raise more than a quarter of a million pounds for Cancer Research UK.Read the full story ›
Norfolk County Council's leader has announced he is standing down with immediate effect - because he has lung cancer.Read the full story ›
Chris Powell is running the London Marathon next month in the name of cancer research.Read the full story ›
A mum from King's Lynn is on a mission to climb Mount Kilimanjaro - as a thank-you to those who helped her through breast cancer.Read the full story ›
Basildon and Thurrock NHS Foundation Trust said 2,500 samples were being re-screened.Read the full story ›
Once breast cancer survivor wants the cases and symptoms of the disease to be on the national curriculum.Read the full story ›
A mum from Bury St Edmunds is urging more women to have smear tests after she was diagnosed with terminal cervical cancer.Read the full story ›
Earlier this year Robert Figgins from Luton hit the headlines with his comedy blog about living with cancerRead the full story ›
A mother of two from Cambridgeshire was diagnosed with cancer after a chance encounter with a family doctor in Cyprus.
Danielle McCulloch from Crowland near Peterborough was getting married on the island, where her grandmother lives, when they bumped into the GP who spotted an unusual lump on her neck.
When she looks back at her wedding photos Danielle says she can see where her neck had swollen because of a tumour.
She's backing a new campaign by Cancer Research UK called Right Now, which highlights the importance of getting symptoms checked by a doctor.
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