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Ultra-processed foods have been all over the news lately. Headlines suggest they're terrible for our health and we should steer clear. But although the click-bait stories may pique our interest, it’s certainly not the whole story.
As part of a series exploring health inequalities in cancer, we look at global differences in cancer incidence and mortality, and their causes.
For World Cancer Day, we're sharing how WCRF works to reduce the global burden of cancer and further our understanding of health inequalities
With so much information available to us all, how can we know what information to trust, particularly in terms of risk factors and cancer?
Until now, we have mainly used traditional methods to study nutrition and cancer, but the time has come to use different tools in order to gain more accurate results
A 2018 study found that more than 50% of the calories that an average person in the UK eats come from ultra-processed foods. So what exactly is ultra-processed food, and should we be limiting it?
We want to find out if there’s a link between stress and cancer, such as whether stress increases the likelihood of a cancer diagnosis, or makes cancer worse, or more likely to recur
Around the world, countries have focused resources on tackling COVID-19. What has that meant for cancer screening and treatment?
Sigourney aims to empower and encourage future Black Cancer leaders and reduce cancer disparities through education and advocacy
Dietary pattern research helps us understand at a population level how what we eat affects our health