A north-east cancer survivor who found a hidden talent in recovery has been propelled to national recognition.
A major overhaul of national cancer screening programmes will look at possible changes to currently outsourced provision following “recent issues” with breast and cervical cancer screening, NHS England has said.
An offshore worker recovering from cancer has been fined for behaving in a "threatening manner" towards his wife after returning home from an operation.
A fresh appeal has been made to raise money for a cancer sufferer desperate to return home to Scotland for treatment after being stuck on an island in the Indian Ocean.
A pop-up art festival featuring hundreds of originals from both local and nationally acclaimed artists will return to Aberdeen next week to raise cash for a cancer charity.
A new campaign has been launched to drive down the number of deaths from mouth cancer in Scotland.
The fiance of a cancer sufferer stuck on an island in the Indian Ocean said they are both “speechless” after wellwishers donated more than £13,000 for an air ambulance to fly them home.
African crabs, plants and mud could be the basis of the next generation of cancer drugs and antibiotics, Aberdeen University researchers say.
Cancer charities are demanding the number of staff in the NHS is increased “urgently” after new figures showed a rise in deaths from the disease last year.
The sparkle of a Moray teenager will continue to be spread this year on Christmas cards inspired by the youngster.
More than £24 million has been donated in aid of cancer research following the Stand Up To Cancer television fundraiser.
MPs have written to Northern Ireland’s health chief to express concerns that cancer services in the region are falling behind the rest of the UK.
The head of the Civil Service, Sir Jeremy Heywood, has announced his retirement in order to concentrate on his recovery from cancer.
A new website has been launched to make it easier for cancer patients and their families to find out how they can get access to support.
Stephen Fry and Bill Turnbull have been praised for raising awareness of prostate cancer through their own experiences with the disease.
The north-east cricket community has offered its support to international player, Con de Lange, who is battling a brain tumour.
A high-profile victim of a major cancer-screening scandal in Ireland has died aged 37.
Researchers from the United States and Japan have won the Nobel Prize in medicine for discoveries that help the body marshal its cellular troops to attack invading cancers.
The first major milestone in the transformation of the north-east’s health service has been reached.
Cancer warning labels will be included on alcohol products in Ireland once new drink laws are introduced, the health minister has confirmed.
An Aberdeenshire man who has overcome trauma and tragedy through cycling has conquered one of Europe’s most fearsome mountain passes.
The proportion of suspected cancer patients waiting longer than two-month target for treatment has hit a record high, new figures show.
Researchers at a Scottish university have taken inspiration from a sci-fi classic in an effort to help people live longer and prosper from good health.
The first UK patient has received radiotherapy using a machine which could one day cure some cancers in a single treatment.
There are fresh calls for a crackdown on the sale of junk food as research suggests obesity is set to overtake smoking as the biggest preventable cause of cancer among UK women.
Former EastEnders star Danniella Westbrook has said she will undergo a hysterectomy as she has been diagnosed with cancer of the womb.
Child cancer patients have been moved to a different hospital after a repeated outbreak of bacteria being found in blood.
Crowdfunding appeals for cancer treatment are fuelling the use of alternative “quack” therapies, experts have warned.
Elvis Costello has said he is feeling “right as rain” and “extremely lucky” after his cancer operation.
Stephen Fry’s prostate cancer diagnosis led to a surge in referrals to NHS services and contributed to missed waiting time targets, it has been claimed.
A five-year-old whose mother has incurable cancer, and who herself has been battling a brain tumour, has started back at school after finishing her chemotherapy.
A north-east man has taken to two wheels to raise almost £5,000 for the nurses who helped his late wife look forward to her chemotherapy treatments.