Aggressive and highly mutated cancers are engaged in an “evolutionary arms race” with the immune system, new research suggests.
The heartbroken parents of young Ruby Stewart have described the dream holiday they spent with their “happy and giggly” daughter before she died.
A “soul destroying” twist of fate has left three generations of a loving family dealing with life-threatening illnesses, including a four-year-old boy battling leukaemia.
Healthy habits such as drinking in moderation, staying slim and exercising for at least 30 minutes a day could extend people’s disease-free life by up to a decade, research suggests.
Half of women with ovarian cancer were diagnosed at a late stage over a three-year period, according to analysis.
A group of cells that play a role in the body’s immune response could hold the key to “more effective” cancer treatments, researchers say.
A tongue cancer survivor has described how running helped her to feel in control of her life during treatment.
Men with testicular cancer could be spared some of the side effects of chemotherapy after new research suggested their treatment could be halved.
The NHS is hoping that a new pre-treatment fitness programme will lead to better odds of survival for thousands of cancer patients.
The identity behind Dundee's mystery Mrs Claus has been solved.
‘If people have any signs, I’d encourage them to get checked’: Dundee man speaks out after his wife’s cancer diagnosis
A Dundee man is celebrating more than just Christmas this festive season after his wife successfully beat cancer.
Targeted screening aimed at men with a higher genetic risk of prostate cancer could prevent nearly one in six deaths associated with the disease, research claims.
Not all processed meat has the same cancer risk, new research suggests.
A tiny tot is facing Christmas in hospital as she undergoes five weeks of intensive chemotherapy after being diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.
An actress who battled cancer at the age of 23 said her aunt, soap star Julie Hesmondhalgh, supported her in writing an autobiographical play while she was in hospital.
The NHS’s cancer waiting time performance across all the national targets has dropped to its lowest rate since records began, according to an analysis of publicly available data.
GP patients will have their entire genetic code screened for faulty genes that increase the risk of cancer and heart disease in a new study.
A six-year-old girl who had a brain tumour removed when she was a baby is hoping for a Christmas number one after releasing a charity single.
A terminally ill granny is still waiting for her shower to be fixed in an ongoing battle with Dundee City Council.
One dose of radiotherapy is as clinically effective as five doses for terminal cancer patients with tumours in the spine, researchers have said.