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PDP: President Buhari too sick to govern

Nigeria's main opposition party has said President Muhammadu Buhari is unfit to run the country after he again left for London on medical grounds.

Prostate cancer: Physician calls for regular check-ups for men over 40

Dr Eniola Bahdmus, a general medical practitioner, has urged men who are over 40 years to undertake regular prostate cancer check–ups for early detection.

Researchers develop early warning systems for four types of cancer

Swiss scientists have developed an early warning system for four most common types of cancer, so that a visible mole will appear on the skin should a tumor develop.

Ailing Nollywood actor set for treatment in UK

Veteran actor Sadiq Daba, reportedly diagnosed with leukemia and prostate cancer, is about to be flown to the United Kingdom for intensive treatment.

Sevilla boss Eduardo Berizzo ‘reveals cancer’ at half-time of comeback draw against Liverpool

Sevilla recovered from 3-0 down to draw with Liverpool in the Champions League after the Spanish side's head coach told his players at half-time that he has cancer, according to reports.

70% of smokers prone to lung cancer – survey

A don, Prof. Isa Hussaini, says a 2012 health survey has revealed that 70 per cent of smokers are prone to lung cancer, which also accounted for high mortality.

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