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Youthanasia: the Fatality of Symptoms Among the Young

Ageism is a form of a prejudice that has been prevalent in society longer than Madonna, which is apt, since the 65-year-old was recently mocked online for holding a beam…

We All Need to Touch Ourselves 

T/W discussion of cancer

Should smoking be illegal?

The Big Debate is a regular Badger feature which brings the spirit of competitive debating to the printed page. Two writers tackle a contentious topic, representing polarised views. They might…

Update on ‘Three blind mice and human with lung cancer’

Back at the start of term, the Badger brought to you the exciting news of a breakthrough in the research of CRISPR techniques from the Salk Institute California. This concerned…

Research suggests cancer can be caused by ‘bad luck’

‘Most cancers are caused by bad luck’; the title that has featured in headlines recently. Many news articles have claimed that the risk of getting cancer is due more to…

Tumour-analysis technology for bowel-cancer developed at Sussex

Technology developed at the University of Sussex will enable earlier and more accurate treatment decisions and survival assessments for hospital patients with bowel cancer. Bowel cancer kills more than 16,000…

New acupuncture study penetrates cancer research

A new study has recently been published by the Sussex Health Outcomes Research and Education in Cancer (SHORE-C) research group to test the effects of acupuncture on certain side effects…