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Failure to fully integrate NHS and private hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic will increase cancer death rates
Failure to fully integrate NHS and private hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic will increase cancer death rates according ...
Failure to fully integrate NHS and private hospitals during the COVID-19 pandemic will increase cancer death rates
Professor Wishart, our Chief Medical Officer has written an article in ecancer about how failure to fully integrate NHS and p...
How can you get screened for bowel cancer?
With regular screening, 25% fewer people die from bowel cancer. How can you get screened? What are the different types of tes...
Why should you check for bowel cancer?
Early detection of bowel cancer saves lives. The number of people dying of bowel cancer has been falling since the 1970s, and...
Cancer treatment delays could increase death rates due to impact of COVID-19 pandemic on UK hospital capacity
Professor Wishart, our Chief Medical Officer has written an article in ecancer about how cancer treatment delays could increa...
Rapid access breast cancer clinics still open throughout the UK
Check4Cancer is providing fast-track access to our national network of ‘OneStop Breast Clinics’ located in London and thr...
Professor Wishart in the media discussing the impact of COVID-19 on cancer diagnosis and treatment
Professor Gordon Wishart was interviewed on The Today Programme on BBC Radio 4  discussing the impact of the coronavirus...
What are the symptoms of bowel cancer?
Over 42,000 people are diagnosed with bowel cancer every year in the UK[1]. How do you know if you’ve got bowel cancer? In ...
Check4Cancer launches new London ‘OneStop Breast Clinic’ for younger patients who will no longer be seen in NHS breast clinics.
Professor Gordon Wishart, Chief Medical Officer of Check4Cancer launches a private ‘OneStop Breast Clinic’ for younger pa...
Who is at risk of bowel cancer?
  Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK and the second biggest cancer killer, but it shouldn’t be.&...
How can you get tested for prostate cancer?
Prostate cancer survival is improving and has tripled in the last 40 years in the UK, probably because of PSA testing[1]. Whe...
Why should you check for prostate cancer?
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, however it’s often symptomless in its early stages. In our third blog for...
What are the symptoms of prostate cancer?
More than 47,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer in the UK every year– that’s around 130 every day[1]. Prostate ca...
Who is at risk of prostate cancer?
March is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. In recognition of this, Check4Cancer is sharing a series of blogs exploring the WHO...
World Cancer Day - raising awareness of cancer prevention
  Tuesday 4th February is World Cancer Day, Professor Gordon Wishart, our Chief Executive Officer and Chief Medical Off...
Cancer Research UK highlight a 54% increase in cervical cancer rates in women aged 25-29
Professor Gordon Wishart, our CEO and Chief Medical Officer comments on the 54% increase in cervical cancer rates in women ag...
Experts say that Cervical Cancer could be eliminated in England
The Guardian has reported today that experts say that cervical cancer could be eliminated in England. Vaccination and HPV scr...
Professor Gordon Wishart listed on #21toWatch People longlist
Professor Gordon Wishart listed on #21toWatch People longlist 
The pitfalls of direct-to-consumer (DTC) cancer genetic testing
The pitfalls of direct-to-consumer (DTC) cancer genetic testing
Breast cancer facts October 2019
UK is bottom of international league tables for cancer survival
Investing in early cancer diagnosis can play a big part in closing the survival gap.
New blood test catches lung cancer early
A Scottish landmark research study presented this week at the 2019 World Conference on Lung Cancer has confirmed that the Ear...
UK Skin cancer incidence risen 45% in 10 years
Cancer Research UK has recently reported that the incidence of melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer, has risen by 4...
Cervical screening awareness week June 2019
Cervical cancer is nearly always preventable. HPV (Human papillomavirus) is a sexually transmitted virus that is extremely co...