Cancer Library

Pancreatic Cancer
Pancreatic Cancer

Like most cancers we still don’t know what exactly causes pancreatic cancer, but around 7000 people are diagnosed in the UK every year with it. read more →

Stomach Cancer
Stomach Cancer

Like many cancers the exact causes of stomach cancer are still not fully understood. Although it is believed that a combination of certain risk factors can contribute to the development of stomach cancer. read more →

Liver Cancer
Liver Cancer

It is still unknown the exact cause of hepatocellular carcinoma. This type of cancer is not infectious nor can it be passed onto other people. read more →

Prostate Cancer
Prostate Cancer

Cancer of the prostate usually affects males over the age of 50 and is uncommon in younger men under the age of 50. It is currently the most common cancer in males. read more →

Lung Cancer
Lung Cancer

Smoking is one the key causes of most lung cancers. It’s quite simple – The more you smoke the more risk you have of developing lung cancer. read more →

Breast Cancer
Breast Cancer

As of now the causes of breast cancer is still unknown. However there are certain things referred to as risk factors which can affect a woman’s chances of contracting breast cancer. read more →

Skin Cancer
Skin Cancer

BCC is a cancer of the basal cells located at the bottom of the epidermis. This type of Skin Cancer is very common and accounts for more than 75% of all skin cancers in the UK currently. read more →