Tag Archives: cancer
When it comes to unforgettable moments, Oliver Samuals is an expert, as he remembers the August of 2013, and the months that followed, as if they were yesterday. It was the part of his life when time stopped, but his determination and strength never did. Becky Lancashire speaks to him about his epic journey: from sufferer to survivor.
The detection and treatment of cancer could be greatly improved by a nanodevice to be developed by a team of researchers, some from the University of Lincoln.
A University of Lincoln senior lecturer ‘wore it pink’ to raise money for a Nottingham cancer care charity on Friday.
A series of exciting, fund-raising events are taking place in Lincoln this week to raise money for Blue September. Set up by the University of Lincoln’s Islamic Society, Blue September awareness week aims to raise money for the Urology Foundation.
Lymphoma is the UK’s most common cancer in those under 30. A new campaign hopes to raise awareness of the symptoms.
In the first of our new weekly lifestyle discussion pieces, we discuss whether all the pink has a purpose, or whether it’s just a distraction.
After watching breast cancer tear their family apart, three sisters share their story of living in fear of being diagnosed with the disease.
There’s a mixed response as banning smokers from the entrances of buildings could take the smoking ban one step further. Candi Hindocha looks at both sides of the argument.