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Cancer cases increased by 12%
New figures released by Cancer Research UK have shown a 12% increase in the rate of cancer since the mid-90s. More than 352,...
Skin cancer – you’re not just at risk during summer
Whilst we often complain about grey winter days, winter sun can bring hidden dangers – especially for those enjoying winter...
Top ten cancer facts everyone should know
1. Globally, one in every eight deaths is caused by cancer – more than malaria, tuberculosis and AIDS combined. According t...
Cancer detection and prevention: a message for World Cancer Day, 4 February 2016
2015 proved a turbulent year for national and international politics – but the news that dominated the New Year was cancer,...
Exercise could be new treatment for prostate cancer
A newly launched Cancer Research UK study could be the first step towards exercise training being introduced as a new NHS tre...
Cervical cancer: the signs, the smear test and early detection
To mark Cervical Cancer Prevention Week – a UK-wide initiative led by Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust – Mr Jullien Brady,...
GeneHealth UK appoints Clinical Advisor - Cardio
GeneHealth UK (part of the Check4Cancer Ltd group of companies) is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Antonis Pantaz...
9/10 cancer causes may be avoidable
Getting cancer is often seen as being down to bad genes or bad luck, but new research shows that as many as nine out of ten c...
Education Is Key
Professor Gordon Wishart, Professor of cancer surgery and Medical Director at Check4Cancer, explores the crucial role cancer ...
Early intervention at work can improve cancer survival
There are few workplaces that have not been in some way affected by cancer. Many of us will have participated in some form of...
Cancer risk in the workplace: how simply sitting could be killing you
Most of us are aware of cancer risks associated with specific working environments. Asbestos is widely known as a highly dang...
The list of 116 things that cause cancer – and how to use it
Sales of bacon and sausages fell by £3m in UK supermarkets in just two weeks following the World Health Organization’s ann...
Early detection of lung cancer
Sam Janes, Clinical Advisor for LungHealth UK and Check4Cancer, talks about shockingly high mortality rates for lung cancer, ...
Check4Cancer Ltd appoints new Clinical Director
Check4Cancer Ltd is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Sam Janes as new Clinical Advisor for their early dete...
Cancer Impact Calculator
Adiona Magazine: Rising numbers of cancer diagnoses in the working age population are becoming a major issue for HR. 700,000 ...
World Health Organisation identifies processed meat a carcinogen
Following evaluation of the carcinogenicity of the consumption of red meat and processed meat, the International Agency for R...
Highlights from Cancer and Wellbeing in the Workplace Seminar
Delegates from leading employers, health insurers and employee benefit consultancies gathered at The Walbrook Building in Lon...
“Thousands dying” because GPs fail to refer patients
The Daily Telegraph recently reported on the growing problem of GP referrals for cancer in England – including new res...
Beating breast cancer
To mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Professor Gordon Wishart – Gordon Wishart, Professor of Cancer Surgery and Medical D...
Cigna and BreastHealth UK join forces to launch OneStop breast cancer diagnostic clinics
Cigna UK HealthCare Benefits (Cigna) and BreastHealth UK (part of Check4Cancer group of companies) have formed an alliance to...
SHP Health and Safety News: New insight into the cost of cancer for employers
Being given a cancer diagnosis is devastating, however an early detection of cancer can make all the difference when it ...
HR news: New insight into the cost of cancer for employers
A new web tool will allow organisations to assess the financial savings from introducing company-paid early detection of cancer.
New insight into the cost of cancer for employers
The free Cancer Impact Calculator – developed by Check4Cancer with Health At Work Wellness Actuaries (HAW) – comes in the...
It's all in the genes
Genetics play a major role in our health and wellbeing. Just as they determine hair colour and personality, genes also influ...