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.
Patients with mouth and throat cancer are missing out on “vital support to regain their speech” as new figures reveal just 58% were seen by a language therapist before treatment.
Medicines for breast cancer, skin cancer and schizophrenia have been approved for use by NHS patients in Scotland.
A brave patient has heaped lavish praise on NHS Tayside after her treatment for breast cancer.
Around 6,000 women and even more men are expected to be diagnosed with cancer every year in Northern Ireland within a decade, a medical expert said.
A grandad who had battled cancer for six months has lost his fight with the disease.
A group of former cancer patients has thrown their support behind doctors caught up in the Tayside chemotherapy controversy.
A woman has inspired the internet with her first paintings, a hobby she took up after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
The emotional, practical and financial needs of many cancer patients in Scotland are not being met, according to a charity.
A record 2.2 million people were checked for cancer by the NHS in England last year, with the health service crediting increased awareness to celebrities such as Stephen Fry.
Four years ago, Mark Munsie, then aged 56, sent a sample off to the Scottish Bowel Screening Centre as part of the national testing programme.
THE family of a mum who died of cancer last year at the age of 50 have raised £22,000 for ward 32 at Ninewells Hospital.
A new library of DNA “fingerprints” could help detective scientists close in on the environmental culprits behind cancer.
A young scientist who specialises in cancer research has launched a funding appeal after he was diagnosed with a rare type of bone cancer.
Scientists have created new imaging technology to visualise what cells eat, which could aid the diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as cancer.
Locals affected by an NHS move to give breast cancer patients lower doses of chemotherapy have created a support group while the fallout continues.
A 65-year-old leukaemia survivor has finally met the stranger who saved his life.
The treatment of 14 patients who died while receiving chemotherapy treatment at NHS Tayside is to be investigated by an independent expert in the wake of the health board’s dosage controversy.
Drugs giant AstraZeneca is to pay up to 6.9 billion US dollars (£5.3 billion) to Japan’s Daiichi Sankyo to develop and sell a next-generation cancer treatment.
An “unacceptable” number of cancer patients are dealing with work-related stress because of a lack of support, a charity has said.