UK lags behind Europe in lung cancer survival because of ‘intolerable’ delays in diagnosis and treatment, warns UKLCC

A new report has highlighted serious delays and variations in lung cancer care across the UK,…

Women not warned of breast implant cancer risks, claim top surgeons

Breast surgeons across the UK must ensure women are aware of BIA-ALCL, a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (a…

Supporting Cancer Survival: the crucial role businesses play, from diagnosis to rehabilitation

National Cancer Survivors Day on 3 June will highlight the importance of continual emotional and physical…

Erasmus University Professors call for pricing revolution to make new cancer drugs accessible to all

A major new study published this week in Nature Reviews states that a global revolution in…

Children still ‘waiting too long’ for cancer diagnosis

One in ten babies and children in the UK with an aggressive type of eye cancer…

RedArc responds to ONS ‘Geographic patterns of cancer survival in England’ report

Following yesterday’s release of the Office of National Statistics ‘Geographic patterns of cancer survival in England:…

#WorldCancerDay – Tears for my Mum

Today is World Cancer Day. This Editor is no stranger to being in print.  I’ve been…

Cancer patients need more support than those with other conditions, say RedArc Nurses

Based on over 9,000 patient records collected over the last five years, RedArc Nurses has identified…

Cancer and other acute medical conditions account for one in five long-term absences

Research revealed today by Group Risk Development (GRiD) shows that cancer and other acute medical conditions…

World Cancer Day, 4 February: the role of eyecare in screening

World Cancer Day takes place on the 4 February 2018, uniting the world in the fight…