Doctors told a woman she had just six months to live after being wrongly diagnosed with metastatic cancer. As reported by the news site Philenews, due to a medical mix-up, a 40-year-old
Recognising the importance of the Cyprus Cancer Research Institute (CCRI), the government will give its support to develop a national network of excellence, said President Nikos Christodoulides. He inaugurated the CCRI “Nicola
Archbishop Chrysostomos II, head of the Cyprus Orthodox Church, died on Monday at 81 after a four-year fight against cancer. According to his team of doctors, the outspoken head of the Church
A pioneering study showed that Cyprus has among the world’s highest incidence rates for cancer in children with leukaemias, the most frequent. Cancer in children and adolescents epidemiology was never before examined,
Cyprus is among the leading countries to adopt the ‘right to be forgotten’ for cancer survivors, according to Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantela. He spoke at the ‘Race for the Cure’ event in Nicosia, organised
More than 1,000 people attended the British Bases Police’s charity football event in Happy Valley to raise money for the Pancyprian Anticancer Society and vulnerable members of the communities. Working alongside the
Cancer patients who sued and won their initial case against a sole shoemaker for using toxic materials deemed as cancerous saw their appeal for higher damages overturned by the Supreme Court this
Health Minister Michalis Hadjipantela is in Finland for exploratory talks with the ultimate goal of signing a memorandum of cooperation to send cancer patients to Finland to receive Boron Neutron Capture Therapy.
Cancer patients vindicated in their case against Astrasol, the shoe sole manufacturers they sued over toxic cancerous gas emissions, are waiting for the Supreme Court to decide their appeals submitted in March.
According to data released by the Ministry of Health, heart diseases and cancer are the leading causes of death in Cyprus, killing a combined 3,401 people annually. Some 28% of deaths (1,871)