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  1. A new office building housing genetic research company Illumina is shown in San Diego, California

    Illumina to pay US$8 billion for Jeff Bezos-backed cancer testing firm Grail

    Gene sequencing company Illumina Inc will pay US$7.1 billion in cash and stock to buy cancer test startup Grail Inc, the Wall Street Journal ...
  2. FILE PHOTO: The Merck logo is seen at a gate to the Merck & Co campus in Linden, New Jersey

    EU agency recommends AstraZeneca-Merck drug Lynparza for two cancers

    The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has recommended approval for Lynparza in patients with a form of prostate cancer and as a first-line ...
  3. Close-up of man holding his abdomen in pain

    Why that heartburn might be stomach cancer – and how salty food increases the risk

    Experts say it often goes undetected because symptoms are similar to regular digestive issues. And if you love salted fish and pickled vegetables, ...
  4. The 146th Open Championship - Royal Birkdale

    'Maybe there's a miracle': John Daly diagnosed with bladder cancer

    Two-time major champion John Daly revealed Thursday (Sep 10) he has been diagnosed with bladder cancer, but remains hopeful despite what could be ...
  5. Woman baring one shoulder

    Are Asians really less prone to skin cancer? Or are we missing the early signs?

    Health experts explained why we shouldn’t get complacent – especially if you have a darker skin tone. And no, your mask or makeup with SPF isn’t ...
  6. Man working at desk

    Sitting all day may increase your risk of dying from cancer

    Need another reason to move? Sedentary behaviour was linked to an increased risk of fatal cancer.
  7. Oscar Saxelby-Lee (2)

    ‘Our little miracle’: British boy who came to Singapore for treatment for aggressive cancer heads home

    Before he left the UK for Singapore more than six months ago, doctors told Oscar Saxelby-Lee’s family he had no treatment options left. Now in ...