Posts Tagged ‘Cancer Research UK’

Cases of malignant melanoma on the rise in Wales

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

Cancer Research has released figures today showing that cases of the most dangerous form of skin cancer have more than quadrupled in Wales’ 50 -59 age group over the last 30 years. The charity has suggested the rise maybe linked to the tanning culture of the 70’s, the era of cheap package holidays and sunbeds. [...]

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More warnings over health risks linked to alcohol

Wednesday, August 12th, 2009

Health warnings in the news again concerning alcohol, but this is one that is perhaps not so well known. How many of us actually realised that drink could be linked to oral cancers? Cigarettes – definitely. But alcohol? It’s usually liver disease that is seen as being the number one health problem associated with alcohol, [...]

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