Breast Cancer Not Always Pink

  A provocative new photography series is highlighting an uncomfortable truth: men get breast cancer too. In a strange twist of fate that’s something cancer biologist Oliver Bogler knows that only too well. Five years after his wife was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 46 he too was diagnosed with breast cancer, also aged 46. New York […]

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Exercise Great For Cancer Survival

If the benefits cancer patients get from exercise were a new drug it would be making headlines. Moderate exercise five times a week can increase survival rates by up to 50 per cent – and yet patients aren’t being told.

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Getting Real About Prostate Cancer

Broadcaster, olive oil producer and P campaigner Paul Holmes has a simple prescription for getting the best out of life after prostate cancer; “Live to the full and laugh a lot.” Since he was diagnosed in 2003 with the cancer that affects as many men as breast cancer affects women, Paul has been a slightly reluctant poster boy for what […]

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