A new report published by the World Health Organisation addresses the worldwide need for increased focus on palliative care - especially in low income and developing countries.
New centres for surgical clinical trials in the UK are underlining the continuing vital role for surgery in medical treatment.
We examine some of the latest findings on vitamins and supplements and ask which, if any, should we be taking daily?
Learn how you can protect yourself, those you love, or a total stranger from the risks of cervical cancer.
Research calls for more intelligent approaches to search for a cure for cancer, one which focuses on the different characteristics of specific cancers, and which considers how cancer develops differently depending on the individual patient.
Research indicates that socio-economic and cultural factors can have a significant impact on regional health levels across the UK.
A newly developed genetic test could help doctors decide which prostate cancer patients need surgery, and which can be spared the side effects of an unnecessary prostate removal.
As the annual growing and showing of all manner of mustaches gets underway, we take a look at the impact that Movember has had on the world of medical research and the practical services it helps to provide.
In October, organizations around the world will be promoting breast cancer education and awareness.
It was unfortunately recently announced that the UK has one of the worst records regarding the treatment and survival rates of pancreatic cancer compared to the rest of the world. However, new research is stepping up to improve these rates.