Every 14 minutes in the UK, someone is diagnosed with blood cancer or a related disorder - that’s almost 38,000 people every year or 104 each day.
It’s estimated that 230,000 people are currently living with blood cancer in the UK, yet many of us do
For the first time data experts have predicted how many people with cancer can expect to survive a decade.
The new figures, from the Office for National Statistics (ONS), show what percentage of people who were diagnosed in 2015 can expect to survive to at least
An experimental new treatment has been shown to reduce the activity of the gene responsible for Huntington’s disease for several months on end.
The EU-funded FINGERS4CURE project was led by researchers at Imperial College London and involved injecting mice with a special protein called a ‘zinc
We often talk about going with our “gut feeling” when making a difficult decision or meeting someone we’re no sure of, but does the sensation exist in a scientific sense?
According to Amy Shira Teitel from D News, we really do “feel things” from our gut.
A large number of women in the UK could be suffering from an extreme version of PMS, which can lead to severe depression and psychosis, a leading gynaecologist has warned.
Dr Nick Panay said the condition, called pre-menstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), affects up to one million
An ex lifeguard has told of how a rare water allergy means showering, sweating and even crying can cause red welts to spring up all over her skin.
For Candice Dent, simple household tasks like washing up can be a nightmare.
And getting caught in a rain
A mum has spoken of her relief when her son was diagnosed with a ‘hidden vagina’ after years of complicated health problems.
Leanne Owens, 40, had spent eight years trying to get a diagnosis for her son, Harry Blunden, after he was born in 2008 with no anus, no