Medicines for breast cancer, skin cancer and schizophrenia have been approved for use by NHS patients in Scotland.
Walkers taking part in the MoonWalk Scotland have joined performers from Gandeys Circus to launch this summer's circus-themed event.
A health board’s treatment of 14 breast cancer patients who died will be reviewed by an independent expert after bosses admitted hundreds of patients were given lower doses of chemotherapy.
Fan bra-bi dozi! Inverkip couple who took on Edinburgh MoonWalk for breast cancer dressed as The Krankies prepare for this year’s event
An Inverkip couple will be looking fan dabi dozi as they take part in this year's MoonWalk in aid of breast cancer charity Walk the Walk.
Thousands of breast cancer patients could benefit from a new drug combination on the NHS, health officials have said.
NHS Tayside will change the chemotherapy treatment provided to breast cancer sufferers after a report revealed patients were being given a lower dose of drugs than in the rest of Scotland.
Breast cancer assessment appointments are to be offered in fewer hospitals in Northern Ireland under proposals to consolidate services and reduce waiting times.
Breast cancer death rates will fall in the UK and across nearly all EU countries this year, a new study suggests.
Scientists have identified genetic changes that may predict the likelihood of breast cancer relapse in women who take a common type of hormone therapy.
MICHAELA STRACHAN is making 2019 the year to finally put her cancer hell behind her.
A DRUG for osteoporosis may also have a protective effect against breast cancer, a new study has suggested.