Skin cancer rates have soared by 45% over the course of a decade, with young people also developing the disease, new figures show.
Cancer Research UK
Obese people now outnumber smokers by two to one, Cancer Research UK has warned, as it said obesity causes more cases of some cancers than cigarettes.
New technology has allowed the public to “immerse themselves” in a cancer operating theatre for the first time in the UK by filming surgery on 360-degree video.
A Dundee dad, who lost his wife to cancer, pledges support in a new UK-wide TV awareness campaign.
A heartbroken mum has paid tribute to her “soulmate” after his death from cancer just three weeks after being diagnosed.
Scientists in Glasgow are undertaking a pioneering cancer study after they were awarded funding of £1.8 million.
Tributes have been paid to a Dundee bowling “legend” following his death from cancer aged just 54.
Brave Agatha King of Cupar is now a real poster girl.
Thirteen brave ladies are taking part in a Calendar Girls-style photo shoot to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Family and friends raised more than £4,600 for Cancer Research UK in memory of much loved dad and grandad Steven McDonald.
More than £24 million has been donated in aid of cancer research following the Stand Up To Cancer television fundraiser.
Patients in Tayside and Fife were forced to wait more than four months for cancer treatment following “urgent” referrals, official statistics have revealed.
Liam Neeson has appeared in a star-studded and defiant new campaign video in the battle against cancer.
A marker in the blood could help detect kidney cancer early, scientists have said.
Plans to ban junk food promotions to help drive down obesity have been set out by Scottish ministers.
Thousands of fundraisers turned up at Camperdown Country Park for a very worthy cause.
Chemotherapy for one of the deadliest forms of breast cancer can be personalised and improved with genetic testing, new research suggests.
Large swathes of people have “mythical” beliefs when it comes to the causes of cancer, a study from University College London and the University of Leeds has found.
Large swathes of people have “mythical” beliefs when it comes to the causes of cancer, a new study suggests.
More Taysiders are being diagnosed with cancer than 25 years ago, new health data shows.