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Other research has revealed similar outcomes, but this study looked at individuals who have just had the 1st symptoms of multiple sclerosis and without even been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis yet. Other research has investigated individuals who have already got multiple sclerosis, and then it’s difficult to know if having multiple sclerosis led them to change their diet or their sun habits.
“New HPV vaccine stops 90% of cervical cancers,” the Mail Online reports. The vaccine, which protects against nine common strains of the cancer-causing human papilloma virus (HPV), has proved both safe and effective in a study involving 14,000 women. HPV is one of the major causes of cervical cancer, as well as genital warts.
England’s health service is raising awareness of cancer and working with medical device firm Covidien to launch a cheaper and faster diagnostic to help tackle oesophago-gastric cancers.
Countries around the world are facing a steep rise in the number of people requiring treatment for cancer, with new estimates suggesting that 1 in 2 people in the UK will be diagnosed with cancer at some time in their lives.