"Super-strength vitamin C doses could be a way to fight leukaemia," the Mail Online reports.
"Women who eat junk food such as burgers or pizza are increasing their risk of cancer even if they're not overweight, new research has warned," reports the Daily Mail.
"Cancer patients who use alternative medicine more than twice as likely to die," is the stark message from The Independent.
"Ejaculating at least 21 times a month significantly reduces a man's risk of prostate cancer," is the headline on the Mail Online.
"Nearly a quarter of women who don't make cervical screening appointments are unaware that the process even exists, according to a UK survey," BBC News reports.
"Prostate cancer blood test helps target treatment," BBC News reports.
A study found a blood test could detect which men with advanced prostate cancer would benefit from new drug treatment.
"Vitamin C and antibiotics could be up to 100 times more effective than drugs at killing cancer cells – without the side effects," reports the Mail Online.
"A pot belly is a red flag for cancer," reports the Mail Online after a new study found an increase in waist circumference carries similar risks for developing cancer as raised body mass index (BMI).
"Just half a glass of wine a day ups the risk of breast cancer by nine per cent, experts warn," The Sun reports.
"A blood test has been developed that could help target treatment for men with advanced prostate cancer," BBC News reports.