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#CANCER RESEARCH UK

# cancer-research-uk - Thursday 2 January, 2020

Artificial intelligence beats doctors in breast cancer diagnosis

A new study has found that an AI system can better identify cancer in mammograms.

# cancer-research-uk - Tuesday 29 April, 2014

Half of new cancer patients in the UK will live for 10 years

Cancer Research UK want three quarters of people diagnosed to live for at least a decade within the next 20 years.

# cancer-research-uk - Wednesday 26 March, 2014

From The Daily Edge People accidentally adopted polar bears while donating #nomakeupselfie money Frosty Fail

People accidentally adopted polar bears while donating #nomakeupselfie money

It seems a few rogue texts were to blame.

# cancer-research-uk - Tuesday 4 June, 2013

Longer use of breast cancer drug halves the risk of death

It is expected that this will be recommended from now on and as the drug is cheap and widely available, it could have an immediate impact.

# cancer-research-uk - Friday 3 May, 2013

Breast cancer rates in under 50s rise, but fewer than ever are dying - UK

The increase mirrors an overall rise of 18 per cent in those that have been diagnosed with the disease between 1995 and 2010.

# cancer-research-uk - Monday 15 October, 2012

From The42 Irish cricket stars make almost £30k for Cancer Research UK Bike Ride

Irish cricket stars make almost £30k for Cancer Research UK

Irish internationals William Porterfield and Gary Wilson cycled all the way from Cork to Belfast last week.

# cancer-research-uk - Tuesday 14 June, 2011

From The Daily Edge Come swim with me: Ronan Keating wants you to take dip for charity In The Swim

Come swim with me: Ronan Keating wants you to take dip for charity

Singer appeals for public to join him in Irish Sea 56-mile relay challenge for cancer research funding – and warns that he’s not a strong swimmer.