CANCER charities are hopeful that with the amount of awareness and support work being carried out, Guernsey will see a reduction in the disease in the coming years .
EVIDENCE has emerged that Guernsey’s smoking ban in public and workplaces has struggled to contain lung cancer rates.
CANCER rates in Guernsey dwarf those in Jersey and the south-west of England, latest figures have revealed.
CLAIMS from a bio-medical businessman that his company could cure cancer and autism sparked a passionate debate at a Chamber of Commerce seminar yesterday.
CONCERNS about two young people from Sark suffering from a rare cancer has led to a move for a new system of testing for radiation there.
WHEN women step out on this month’s Pink Ladies’ Sunset Coastal Walk they will be helping to fund a new one-stop breast clinic for the island.
A MOTHER diagnosed with lung cancer has spoken of her pride that her children have organised a charity walk to raise both money and awareness.
PAYING for cancer drugs which have not been recommended for use on cost grounds could make Guernsey’s health and social services unsustainable, according to the department.
THE University of Southampton has begun taking local blood samples for vital research into prostate cancer.
MAJOR steps towards preventing dozens of deaths from cancer every year have been taken, the Guernsey Press can reveal exclusively today.
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