Home > Medical > Cancer > News News All sections in Cancer » About Cancer » Campaigning for Cancer » Cancer and your Diet » Cancer in Children » Cancer Treatment » Facts and Figures » Leukaemia » Living with Cancer » Multimedia » Cancer News » Real-life Story » Triggers and Prevention » What to read New way to predict ovarian cancer survival By counting the number of cancer-fighting immune cells inside tumours, scientists say they may have found a way to predict survival from ovarian cancer. High cholesterol may fuel breast cancer According to researchers a byproduct of cholesterol functions like the hormone oestrogen to fuel the growth and spread of the most common types of breast cancers. Nanoparticles – pills of the future Drugs delivered by nanoparticles hold promise for targeted treatment of many diseases, including cancer. Quiz Cancer: are you at risk? » Ask CyberDoc » Quiz Am I eating to optimise my health? » Subscribe Newsletters » One year of cancer treatment in one minute Girl 'given' HIV to fight her cancer Laws restrict cancer patients' access to painkillers Restrictive laws intended to fight drug abuse restrict cancer patients' access to painkillers. African Cancer Institute launched The newly launched African Cancer Institute aims to conduct high-level cancer research that will contribute to improving the prevention, diagnosis and management of cancer in Africa. Single radiation dose for breast cancer Some women with early breast cancer might benefit from a "one-and-done" treatment, in which they receive a single dose of targeted radiation therapy during their surgery. Some childhood cancers still stubborn Recent decades have seen huge strides in treating childhood cancer, but certain types of tumours remain difficult to treat and are often deadly. Experts aim to close cancer divide by 2025 The world's leading cancer experts and decision makers have come together for the first time in Africa to discuss the growing global cancer burden at the 2013 World Cancer Leaders’ Summit in Cape Town. Kids' cancer treatments may cause heart trouble Children who survive cancer often have treatment-related changes to their arteries that may put them at risk for heart disease while still in childhood. Steaming preserves veggies' cancer-fighting powers Research shows that the way you prepare broccoli and related vegetables can alter their potentially cancer-fighting powers. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Your retirement - a healthy mindset So many people, why so alone? You can still enjoy the sweet things in life Take the sugar test, it could save your life.