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DR. SAMADI: Prostate cancer deaths surpass breast cancer in UK
Cancer death rates have changed in Britain. For the first time, prostate cancer now kills more people than breast cancer, making it the third deadliest type of this disease in this country. This is according to new research in which figures show more men ... read more
Prostate cancer deaths overtake those from breast cancer
The biggest cancer killers in the UK remain lung and bowel cancer, with prostate now in third place. The latest figures from 2015 show there were 11,819 deaths from prostate cancer compared with 11,442 from breast ... more treatments to give more people ... read more
One man dies every 45 minutes of prostate cancer in UK
London: About 2.5 million people ... early than women, are more likely to die, and are likely to die younger As Cancer Research UK has noted about the new figures, the reason more men are developing (and dying from) prostate cancer now is because those ... read more
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Stephen Fry, 60, announces he has had operation to remove prostate cancer and has been 'in the throes of a rather unwelcome adventure' as he now waits to see if he gets the all ...
More than 11,800 men a year - or one every 45 minutes - are now killed by the disease in Britain, compared with about 11,400 women dying of breast cancer. It means prostate cancer is behind only lung and bowel in terms of how many people it kills in Britain. read more
'Prostate cancer not a death warrant' - South Cumbria survivor speaks out about the disease
He says he was "surprised" by the figures, released by the charity Prostate Cancer UK on February 2, which revealed more than 11,000 men nationally are dying each year as a result of the illness. "I'm one of those people who had prostate cancer and I'm ... read more
Cancer survival rates 'continue to improve'
Most people diagnosed with cancer in England in recent years are surviving for longer, according to the latest statistics. Eighty per cent of those with breast, prostate and skin ... at Cancer Research UK, said more people were surviving cancer then ... read more
Cancer rates are set to double in Ireland by 2040 – here’s why
To understand such a dramatic rise we need to look a bit more deeply at how the figures are calculated ... follow that what is happening now will predict what will happen in the future. The rapid increase in prostate cancer cases in the 1990s and early ... read more
Cancer overtakes cardiovascular disease as UK's No. 1 killer—but only among men
Cardiovascular disease is still the most common cause of death among women, and kills more young women than breast cancer, the figures show. The researchers used the latest nationally available data (2012-13) for each of the four UK countries and the ... read more
'I know I’m not going to get cured': TV presenter Bill Turnbull, 62, reveals he has prostate cancer and it has spread to the bone after he 'stupidly' put off going to the ...
Figures released last month reveal that prostate cancer claims 11,800 lives a year, making it a bigger killer than breast cancer. However, there is now a new strategy to revolutionise ... can increase this by a few more years. Turnbull says his consultant ... read more
New stats reveal almost half of the UK are unaware of link between diet and cancer development
Surprising new statistics reveal that 41% of the ... been associated with higher levels of breast cancer, while high intakes of lycopene (at least 10mg a day) have been associated with a 50% reduction in lethal prostate cancer cases compared to those ... read more