Cancer Research UK says there is a need for people to be more aware of skin cancer and how to protect themselves.Read the full story ›
A doctor who was diagnosed with skin cancer is now urging holiday makers to put on factor 50 and stay out of the midday sun.Read the full story ›
Whatever your age, the best way to enjoy the sun safely and protect your skin is a combination of shade, clothing and sunscreen.Read the full story ›
Skin cancer rates are continuing to rise. In this series we're looking at the terrible impact & finding out what to do to reduce the risk.Read the full story ›
Rate of skin cancer in 20 to 49-year-olds have increased by almost a fifth. Many experts claim it's down to the boom in package deals.Read the full story ›
Skin cancer is a pertinent issue for our very own Kylie Pentelow.
In an emotional video, she tells us why in her own words:
Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the UK, and rates are continuing to rise - with at least 100,000 new cases being diagnosed each year.
In this special series we're looking at the terrible impact of the disease, and finding out what we can all do to reduce the risk.
Many believe the increase in numbers is down to jetting off for two weeks of sun.
One expert at Bristol Oncology Centre told our very own Kylie Pentelow, getting burnt as a child can increase your risk of skin cancer by 80 per cent.
She's been finding out just what that holiday sun can really mean - under the skin.
The parents of an 18-month-old boy who needs a life-saving operation have made an emotional appeal for £150,000.Read the full story ›
The wife of a man with leukaemia who raised £400,000 to access life saving treatment in America says so far its going well.Read the full story ›
A man with leukaemia who's wife raised more than £400,000 for life saving treatment is to fly to America today.
Mike Brandon was told by doctors in Bristol they could no longer treat him.
So his wife Kate made an online plea to the world for donationsto pay for pioneering treatment in America.
He was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in 2014.