With survival rates for common cancers better than ever these days, there’s still plenty we can do to help protect our health. Browse our useful tips and articles on early diagnosis, cancer screening and seeing off the big C.
As the most common form of cancer suffered by women most of our lives will be touched by breast cancer.
An early diagnosis can have a real impact on how your condition is treated and the development of any further health issues.
Alex Marshall thought his health assessment would be run of the mill. He tells Benenden what happened.
Bowel cancer is the second most common cancer, the earlier it’s identified, the better the chances of successful treatment.
It’s the third most common type of cancer in the UK and yet one of the least talked about – knowing the facts can be life-saving.
Read our guide to Cervical Cancer and You; explaining the key facts and highlighting the importance of regular screening.
With survival rates for common female cancers better than ever these days, there’s still plenty we can do.
Only 24 per cent of us use sunscreen regularly, while 22 per cent don't use it at all. Find out why your skin needs protection.
Every day in the UK, two people in the 15 to 35 age group are diagnosed with malignant melanoma.
Teresa Finlay was successfully treated for a malignant melanoma. She tells Benenden why she hasn't sunbathed since.
Actress Jenny Agutter on approaching 60, her wellbeing regime and her charity work. Article by John Lyttle.
The past five years have been unrelentingly tough for cancer charities, is crowd-sourced funding the future?
What do awareness campaigns really achieve in terms of education and changing health behaviours?