Set up in 2009, the AgeX trial now runs in 65 breast cancer units across England. After it was noticed that women in the trial had not been invited for their final routine screenings before their 70th birthday, it emerged that this had also happened to women in the routine NHS breast screening programme, affecting an estimated 450,000 women, according to Public Health England. … [Read more...] about Up to 270 women may have died after breast cancer screening IT error
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Share your experiences If you or anyone you know has been affected we’d like to hear from you and to understand your concerns. We also want to hear from anyone who works as an adviser on the Public Health England helpline. … [Read more...] about Have you been affected by the breast cancer screening IT error?
While her radiotherapy ended in September, it was not until July 2018 that Beth’s treatment ended – when she stopped having injections of Herceptin – a form of targeted therapy used to control the growth of cancer cells that contain high amounts of HER2 . … [Read more...] about Mum who took a test for coronavirus discovers she actually has terminal cancer
In August he was declared in remission and, in the months to come, he celebrated with champagne, attended son Scott’s wedding and ate his first solid meal of fried egg and beans. … [Read more...] about Dad who took part in groundbreaking cancer trial says he has never been fitter
Dr Michael F. Picco, a doctor with the Mayo Clinic, explained: “Stool colour is generally influenced by what you eat as well as by the amount of bile — a yellow-green fluid that digests fats — in your stool. As bile pigments travel through your gastrointestinal tract, they are chemically altered by enzymes, changing the pigments from green to brown. … [Read more...] about Woman hospitalised after her faeces turns silver in rare cancer side effect