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Scientists develop blood test that can identify which breast cancer patients will likely relapse after surgery



Scientists have developed a blood test that can identify which breast cancer patients are likely to suffer a relapse after surgery – a breakthrough which has the potential to spare thousands of women from undergoing unnecessary chemotherapy and other treatments.



Five million people at high risk of type 2 diabetes



Five million people in England have blood sugar levels indicating that they have a high risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new report published by Public Health England (PHE).



Five million adults in England 'at risk of diabetes'



Up to five million people in England are at risk of developing type-2 diabetes, according to new data from Public Health England.



NHS to provide 'motivational coaches' in war on flab



Up to five million people will be offered a nine month programme of 'one-to-one' health and fitness coaching on the NHS in a bid to tackle rising diabetes levels



Pregnant women's diet linked to baby heart risk



Women who eat healthily before and during pregnancy may cut the risk of their baby developing a heart problem, researchers believe.



Cancer cells programmed back to normal by US scientists



Scientists have turned cancerous cells back to normal by switching back on the process which stops normal cells from replicating too quickly



Children at risk due to school nurses shortage



School nurses have warned that rising levels of ill health and particularly obesity among children is being exacerbated by a serious lack of school nurses.



Elderly people warned over alcohol consumption



One in five people over 65 who drink is consuming an "unsafe" level of alcohol, say researchers.



Dementia levels 'are stabilising'



The number of people living with dementia is levelling off in parts of western Europe, a report says



Patients not getting targeted cancer drugs



Thousands of cancer patients are missing out on personalised treatments each year in England due to the NHS failing to give them a test to check their suitability, according to a new report published today by Cancer Research UK



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