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Two drug companies have been handed arecord fine of $9 bn after they concealed evidence of a possible link between their diabetes drug, Actos, and bladder cancer
Actos (pioglitazone), one of the world's most widely prescribed drugs for type II diabetes, increases the risk of bladder cancer
We all know that mother's milk is best - and scientists have discovered that it could also be one of the best cancer fighters of them all
We know that hairdressers run a higher risk of developing cancer from their constant exposure to chemicals in hair dyes - but does the same risk apply to us when we use similar products in our home? Nobody was sure - but a new study has finally given us the answer
The UK government has been accused of massaging research findings in order to present a positive picture on the safety and benefits of fluoride in our tap water
What are some of the early tell-tale signs that you may have cancer? It's far harder to detect than you might think, and some of the usual suspects - such as rectal bleeding - usually aren't signs of a cancer at all, as a new study reveals