Daily Mail - Health
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Despite the belief cancer is usually inherited or triggered by lifestyles, two thirds of cases can be put down to DNA errors, experts from Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center claim.
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UKIP's leader sparks anger after he urges Muslims to "cut out the cancer of radical Islam".
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In China, it has been estimated that 70 percent of the rivers and lakes are contaminated by 2.5 gallons of wastewater produced by the textile industry. This has led to high instances of liver cancer and deformities with the people who live in these areas.
BBC News - Politics
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The Muslim community needs to help cut out the "cancer within our society of radical Islam", UKIP leader Paul Nuttall says in the wake of the terror attack.
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getting more armed officers in here. I would be concerned if we became increasingly cut off from constituents. Parliament is often called the People's Palace. Public should be able to come in to see and lobby their MPs. We have to have a balance. A parliament cut off from the public would be a parliament is not fulfilling its job. What about the perpetrator? There has been some talk from other politicians, including the Ukip a leader who talked about a cancer.
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The Muslim community needs to help cut out the "cancer within our society of radical Islam", UKIP leader Paul Nuttall says in the wake of the terror attack.
ScienceDaily
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A part of the body thought to be disconnected from the immune system actually interacts with it, report investigators, and that discovery helps explain cases of male infertility, certain autoimmune diseases and even the failure of cancer vaccines.
Global News
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Defending champion Jason Day wiped away tears as he revealed his mother has lung cancer and was first diagnosed with 12 months to live.
Daily Mail - Australia
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A Sydney woman has slammed Centrelink for cutting off her terminally ill brother's allowance because he didn't turn up to meetings designed to help him get a job.
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You halo is showing, Beyoncé . Texas high school student Ebony Banks was diagnosed with with a rare form of stage 4 cancer thats kept her out of the classroom and in the hospital for much of her senior year. To lift her spirits, friends and family launched a social media campaign to fulfill Banks biggest wish: meeting her idol, Beyoncé. Well, Queen Bey heard the call and made the teen cancer patients dream come true on Wednesday, when she surprised Banks with a one-on-one FaceTime session. I love you, the soon-to-be mother of three tells Banks in a video of their conversation posted to Twitter. I love you, Beyoncé, the teen responds. Beyoncé facetiming with Ebony, a fan with a rare cancer disease whose last wish was to see Beyoncé. ❤️️ pic.twitter.com/pCkGzF4feZ BEYONCÉ LEGION (@Bey_Legion) March 22, 2017 Another student, senior Cristal Depaz, told the local station how she and her classmates strive to support Banks.
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Poppy-Mai Tunaley was diagnosed with leukaemia when she was just four-months old
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idea of what was going on, I was part of a breast cancer inquiry looking at quality of care and we wanted to get back to the hearing. It was quite some time before we realised how serious the incident was
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that I put to the Tory MP, who joins me now, with a role on the community engagement. Firstly, the comments from Paul Nuttall, who say there is is a cancer that must be routed out from the Muslim community, what do you make of what he.
Cotswold Journal
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A CHARITY concert is being held at Halesowen’s Cornbow Hall this weekend in honour of 22-year-old man who is fighting stage three brain cancer.
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Any meeting between Yeovil Town and Exeter City brings back memories of one iconic former player that became a favourite among fans of both sides.Adam Stansfield joined Yeovil from amateur side Elmore and went onto become a key player at Huish Park, before enjoying the latter part of his career with the Grecians.Stansfield passed away at the tragically young age of 31 from bowel cancer in 2010, but his memory lives on among supporters of both clubs.With both sides meeting at St James' Park in...
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This Mother's Day why not unite and join the fight against cancer by entering Cancer Research UK's Race for Life. The charity is inviting women of all ages, shapes and sizes to choose their event - Race for Life 5k or 10k - and pledge to take part in events running across Devon in the next few months There's no better time for mums and daughters across Devon to pull on their trainers, limber up and join like-minded women committed to the cause. Money raised will help Cancer Research UK...