Tens of thousands of patients survive for years after being diagnosed with advanced cancer

Medical advances mean thousands of patients are surviving for at least two years with the most advanced cancer, a study reveals. More than 17,000 people were alive in 2015 having been diagnosed with stage four cancer two years previously, according to Macmillan Cancer Support. Stage four cancer – also called ‘secondary’, ‘advanced’ or ‘metastatic’ cancer…

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Bit early for Xmas (Round At Ours)? Former Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh prematurely gets into the festive spirit in scarlet reindeer sweater as she heads to dance studio

She was named as one of the stars set to take to the ballroom once again for the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas special. And Kimberley Walsh proved she was ready to slip back into her dancing shoes when she headed to a dance studio in London on Tuesday. Getting into the Christmas spirit, the Girls…

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Straight from the Bedroom phwoar! Liam Payne smoulders as he greets fans outside his New York City hotel… after unveiling racy new music video with Bella Thorne

His brooding solo releases so far have all had a distinctly grown up theme. And Liam Payne looked typically smouldering as he greeted fans outside his hotel on Tuesday, shortly after unveiling his racy music video featuring Bella Thorne. The former One Direction singer stepped out in a heavy metal themed over-sized black t-shirt that…

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Dementia confirmed as Britain’s biggest KILLER – overtaking heart disease for the first time, official data shows

Dementia has been confirmed as the biggest killer for the whole of the UK, overtaking coronary heart disease for the first time. The figures combine existing data for England, Wales and Scotland with new statistics published yesterday by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency. It shows 70,366 people died from dementia last year, compared…

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