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Papers of The Year 2016: 10-Year Outcomes after Monitoring, Surgery, or Radiotherapy for Localized Prostate Cancer.

Once again the Scottish Cancer Prevention Network has invited members, colleagues and regular SCPN newsletter contributors to recommend what they have been reading on cancer prevention during 2016. We’ve asked each one to recommend the paper they thought would be most valuable to share. Our final paper of the year has been nominated by Prof Bob Steele, Clinical Director, Scottish Bowel Screening Programme and our very own co-director.

Continue reading “Papers of The Year 2016: 10-Year Outcomes after Monitoring, Surgery, or Radiotherapy for Localized Prostate Cancer.”

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Papers of The Year 2016: Watch-and-wait approach versus surgical resection after chemoradiotherapy for patients with rectal cancer (the OnCoRe project): a propensity-score matched cohort analysis.

Once again the Scottish Cancer Prevention Network has invited members, colleagues and regular SCPN newsletter contributors to recommend what they have been reading on cancer prevention during 2016. We’ve asked each one to recommend the paper they thought would be most valuable to share. This paper has been nominated by Susan Moug a consultant colorectal surgeon and Honorary Clinical Associate Professor based at Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley Continue reading “Papers of The Year 2016: Watch-and-wait approach versus surgical resection after chemoradiotherapy for patients with rectal cancer (the OnCoRe project): a propensity-score matched cohort analysis.”

Papers of the Year 2016: Women’s interest in a personal breast cancer risk assessment and lifestyle advice at NHS mammography screening

Once again the Scottish Cancer Prevention Network has invited members, colleagues and regular SCPN newsletter contributors to recommend what they have been reading on cancer prevention during 2016. We’ve asked each one to recommend the paper they thought would be most valuable to share. This paper has been nominated by Prof Annie Anderson, Professor of Public Health Nutrition, University of Dundee and Co-director of the SCPN. Continue reading “Papers of the Year 2016: Women’s interest in a personal breast cancer risk assessment and lifestyle advice at NHS mammography screening”

Papers of the Year 2016: Association of Leisure-Time Physical Activity with Risk of 26 Types of Cancer in 1.44 Million Adults

The Scottish Cancer Prevention Network has invited members, colleagues and regular SCPN newsletter contributors to recommend what they have been reading on cancer prevention during 2016. We’ve asked each one to recommend the paper they thought would be most valuable to share. This, the last paper in our series, has been nominated by Ann Gates BPharm(Hons) MRPharmS, World Heart Federation Emerging Leader’s Programme 2014-2017, Associate Editor for The British Journal of Sports Medicine, Founder and CEO of Exercise Works!

Continue reading “Papers of the Year 2016: Association of Leisure-Time Physical Activity with Risk of 26 Types of Cancer in 1.44 Million Adults”

Papers of the Year 2016: Cigarette Smoking and Mortality in Adults Aged 70 Years and Older: Results From the NIH-AARP Cohort

tobacco-free generation in Scotland by 2034.Once again the Scottish Cancer Prevention Network has invited members, colleagues and regular SCPN newsletter contributors to recommend what they have been reading on cancer prevention during 2016. We’ve asked each one to recommend the paper they thought would be most valuable to share. This paper has been nominated by Sheila Duffy, Chief Executive of Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) Scotland. Continue reading “Papers of the Year 2016: Cigarette Smoking and Mortality in Adults Aged 70 Years and Older: Results From the NIH-AARP Cohort”

Papers of the Year 2016: Increased uptake and improved outcomes of bowel cancer screening with a faecal immunochemical test: results from a pilot study within the national screening programme in England

The Scottish Cancer Prevention Network has invited members, colleagues and regular SCPN newsletter contributors to recommend what they have been reading on cancer prevention during 2016. We’ve asked each one to recommend the paper they thought would be most valuable to share. This paper has been nominated by Prof Callum G Fraser, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Research into Cancer Prevention and Screening, Honorary Professor, University of Dundee and Honorary Consultant Clinical Biochemist, NHS Tayside Continue reading “Papers of the Year 2016: Increased uptake and improved outcomes of bowel cancer screening with a faecal immunochemical test: results from a pilot study within the national screening programme in England”

Papers of the year 2016: Adherence to Diet and Physical Activity Cancer Prevention Guidelines and Cancer Outcomes: A Systematic Review

Once again the Scottish Cancer Prevention Network has invited members, colleagues and regular SCPN newsletter contributors to recommend what they have been reading on cancer prevention during 2016. We’ve asked each one to recommend the paper they thought would be most valuable to share. This paper has been nominated by Professor Nanette Mutrie MBE CPsychol FBASES FHEPA-Europe, Director of Physical Activity for Health Research Centre, University of Edinburgh. Continue reading “Papers of the year 2016: Adherence to Diet and Physical Activity Cancer Prevention Guidelines and Cancer Outcomes: A Systematic Review”

Papers of the year 2016:Substantial contribution of extrinsic risk factors to cancer development.

Once again we are nearing the end of the year, and here at the Scottish Cancer Prevention Network, we’ve invited our members, colleagues and regular SCPN Newsletter contributors to recommend what they have been reading on cancer prevention during 2016. We’ve asked each of them to recommend one paper which they thought would be valuable to share. Next in our series of Papers of the Year 2016. This paper got top marks from Dr David Brewster, Director of the Scottish Cancer registry, Information services Division, NHS National services Scotland Continue reading “Papers of the year 2016:Substantial contribution of extrinsic risk factors to cancer development.”

Papers of the Year: Pancreatic Cancer

Once again we are nearing the end of the year, and here at the Scottish Cancer Prevention Network, we’ve invited our members, colleagues and regular SCPN Newsletter contributors to recommend what they have been reading on cancer prevention during 2016. We’ve asked each of them to recommend one paper which they thought would be valuable to share. This week our second instalment comes to us courtesy of Prof James Garden of Edinburgh University, we hope you enjoy.

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