By Joseph Lam Australia’s biggest morning was held at Stamford Plaza earlier today and while cancer does not discriminate on the basis of gender it appears morning teas still do. The annual event which raised $2.2 million last year and aims for …

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By Saskia Edwards. Edited for online by Rachel Riga. A nationwide survey of 550 cancer survivors has found a quarter of those diagnosed experienced discrimination in the workplace. The report from the McCabe Centre for Law shows cancer survivors feel …

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By Briony Skinner, Sarah McVeigh Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health in the United States say drinking coffee can reduce the risk of prostate cancer. The study monitored coffee consumption of more than 47,000 American men over a 22-year …

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