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Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: How can you get tested?
This prostate cancer awareness month, we’ve been focusing on the importance of understanding the symptoms to look out for a...
Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: Why should you get tested?
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men; however, it often doesn’t have any symptoms in its early stages. We’re ...
Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: What are the symptoms?
Knowing what to look out for and recognising suspicious changes to your body is one of the most important ways to catch cance...
Prostate Cancer Awareness Month: Who is at risk?
As we approach a year in lockdown, more and more people are missing out on cancer diagnosis or experiencing significant delay...
Skin cancer screening clinics open from 1st March 2021 throughout the UK
If you have concerns about a specific mole or skin lesion, Check4Cancer‘s specialist skin cancer screening clinics are open...
Bowel cancer screening during lockdown: at home tests, delivered to your door
The NHS is under continued pressure due to the ongoing pandemic, resulting in non-urgent services being cancelled or postpone...
Celebrating the women leading the fight against cancer
Whilst we are witnessing gender distribution of scientists and doctors improve, science and medicine have traditionally been ...
Professor Gordon Wishart speaks to BBC News on World Cancer Day
Thursday 4th February was World Cancer Day and our Chief Medical Officer, Professor Gordon Wishart, joined BBC News to discus...
Celebrating the positives this World Cancer Day
World Cancer Day | 4 February 2021  In our current world of uncertainty, here at Check4Cancer we thought we would focus...
The effect of Covid on cancer diagnosis in 2020
The effect of Covid on cancer diagnosis in 2020 1,000 less cancer patients diagnosed every week from April to November 202...
Skin cancer diagnostic clinics open through lockdown
Skin cancer clinics open throughout the UK If you have any concerns about a specific mole or any skin lesion, then Check4Can...
Sarah Beck, Genetic Counsellor at Check4Cancer, discusses what you can expect in a one-hour genetic counselling session
Sarah Beck, Genetic Counsellor at Check4Cancer, discusses what you can expect in a one-hour genetic counselling session What...
Prostate cancer screening during lockdown: manage your health at home
With a third national lockdown underway in the UK, access to essential healthcare services are once again limited and facing ...
At-home HPV testing for cervical cancer screening could help many patients who have missed their cervical screening during lockdown
At-home HPV testing is a safe and effective way to perform cervical screening that will reduce the number of smear test app...
Ask the Expert: BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene testing
Sarah Beck, a Registered Genetic Counsellor at Check4Cancer, answers your questions about the risks of inheriting and the ben...
Cervical screening during lockdown: Don’t fear the smear!
Once again, the UK is in lockdown with the National Health Service under worrying strain, resulting in non-urgent services be...
Mr Jullien Brady answers some of the most pressing questions around cervical cancer in the fourth of our ‘Ask the Expert’ blog series
Ask the Expert: HPV and Cervical Cancer In the fourth of our Ask the Expert series, we spoke to Mr Jullien Brady, Consu...
How you can reduce your cancer risk for 2021?
The festive season may look very different this year but this Christmas and New Year is still a great opportunity to make som...
Check4Cancer’s year in review – 2020
Never before has the word unprecedented been so used or so apt, and 2020 has truly been an unprecedented year. In January 202...
The GALLERI trial - exciting development or unwelcome distraction?
Professor Gordon Wishart, Chief Medical Officer at Check4Cancer gives his comment on the recent announcement by the NHS on th...
Ask the Expert: What is the OneStop Breast cancer diagnostic service?
Mr Debashis Ghosh, Consultant Breast Surgeon at Check4Cancer’s OneStop Breast Clinic network, answers your questions and pr...
Is Lockdown No 2 justified ?
Professor Gordon Wishart, Chief Medical Officer at Check4Cancer gives his thoughts on Lockdown No2 and it's likely effec...
Professor Sam Janes answers some of the most pressing questions around lung cancer in the third of our ‘Ask the Expert’ blog series
Ask the Expert: Lung Cancer  Professor Sam Janes answers some of the most pressing questions around lung cancer in the ...
Doctors fear for the continued actions of the Government
Professor Gordon Wishart, Chief Medical Officer at Check4Cancer writes for The Express on why SAGE has to change its presenta...