Types of cancer

Anal cancer

Friday 1 July 2016

Bladder cancer

Thursday 1 February 2018

Brain tumours

Sunday 1 April 2018

Breast cancer

Sunday 1 July 2018

Carcinoid tumours

Tuesday 30 April 2013

(Neuroendocrine tumours)

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Cervical cancer

Thursday 1 October 2015

Connective tissue cancer

Saturday 31 March 2007

Endocrine cancer

Sunday 31 July 2011

Eye cancer

Saturday 31 March 2007

Gall bladder cancer

Tuesday 30 April 2013

Kaposi's sarcoma

Tuesday 30 April 2013

Kidney cancer

Tuesday 1 November 2016


Tuesday 30 April 2013

Liver cancer

Tuesday 27 November 2018

Lung cancer

Monday 1 October 2018


Tuesday 31 July 2007

(non-Hodgkin and Hodgkin)

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Tuesday 1 January 2019


Monday 1 May 2017

Multiple myeloma

Friday 30 November 2007

Ovarian cancer

Sunday 1 April 2018

Pancreatic cancer

Thursday 1 February 2018

Penile cancer

Saturday 31 March 2007

Peritoneal cancer

Sunday 31 July 2011

Primary bone cancer

Thursday 1 June 2017

Prostate cancer

Thursday 1 March 2018

Prostate cancer develops when abnormal cells in the prostate gland start to grow more rapidly than normal cells, and in an uncontrolled way. Most prostate cancers grow more slowly than other types of cancer, although this is not always the case.

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Secondary bone cancer

Monday 10 August 2020

This information has been prepared to help you understand more about secondary bone cancer. It includes basic information about how  secondary bone cancer is diagnosed and treated.

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Skin cancer

Thursday 1 February 2018

Soft tissue cancers

Wednesday 31 October 2012

Stomach and oesophageal cancer

Sunday 1 November 2015

Oesophageal and stomach cancers are malignant tumours found in the tissues of the oesophagus or stomach.

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Testicular cancer

Wednesday 1 August 2018

Thymus cancer

Sunday 31 July 2011

Thyroid cancer

Monday 1 January 2018

Vulvar and vaginal cancers

Monday 1 October 2018

Pages listed above have been produced by groups of cancer specialists, nurses and people affected by cancer. They're reviewed by members of our Clinical Network . See disclaimer .

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