Man takes dog dying of cancer for one last walk up mountain in wheelbarrow

Richmond photographer helps save shelter pets amid pandemic Americans continue to share positivity amid the coronavirus outbreak. Here’s a heartfelt story for the dog days of summer. Photos of a labradoodle being carried up the mountain in a wheelbarrow by its owner for one last walk are tugging at heartstrings all over the internet.   Carlos Fresco taking his dying

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Secret Millionaire star stole £87k from his own children’s cancer charity

The Daily Star’s FREE newsletter is spectacular! Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inbox The disgraced founder of a children’s cancer charity who featured in the TV show the Secret Millionaire plundered over £87,000 from the organisation and used the cash to transfer it into other people's bank account. Colin Nesbitt, who found Bradford-based Little Heroes

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Breast cancer survivor says kids got 50 Bunchems toys tangled in hair

Breast cancer survivor who spent two years growing her hair back following chemo calls for Bunchems toys to be banned after her two daughters got FIFTY tangled in her ‘precious’ locks Mum-of-two Donia Youssef, 42, from Grays, Essex, is a breast cancer survivor She spent two years growing her hair back following chemotherapy  Feared she’d have to chop it all

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The 8 signs of cervical cancer you should NEVER ignore – and when to see a doctor

EVERY year around 3,000 cases of cervical cancer are reported in the UK alone. The coronavirus pandemic has meant that many women have missed their cervical screening appointments due to fears around the virus. Research conducted by the Eve Appeal revealed that 72 per cent of women who had been invited for a screening had attended or were still waiting

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Prince Charles fears cancer is becoming 'forgotten C' during Covid crisis

PRINCE Charles says he fears cancer is becoming the “forgotten C” in the Covid pandemic. Patron of Macmillan Cancer Support, he says the virus is taking a “devastating toll” on NHS services. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates He wrote in the Telegraph: “In many cases, due to the pandemic, difficulties have become crises,

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Cancer patients to be offered blood test to discover wheteher chemotherapy will cause toxic side-effects

CANCER patients will be offered a blood test which aims to tailor treatments to avoid toxic side-effects. The approach detects if they are genetically prone to suffering the worst effects of chemotherapy drugs. It will work for fluoropyrimidines, which around 38,000 patients are put on each year. Four in ten have severe reactions — and one in 100 die. The

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