Food and Medicine. An Interview with Rupy @doctors_kitchen 

Rupy and I could have chatted for hours, we had such fun filming this. Luckily he has managed to edit down to reasonable 20 minutes. In that time we cover orthorexia, nutrition to prevent cancer, nutrition if you have cancer and generally chat about what it is like to be doctors interested in the less

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Arthur is not going to get penis cancer

…..because, when he is old enough, I am going to give him the vaccine against Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), the cervical cancer vaccine. Last weekend, my husband Tom and I, ran a 10km race in aid of a small charity called Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust. It was a personal fitness challenge for me as I am

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What is cancer?

Cancer is a disease of cells.   All living organisms are made up of cells – they are the building blocks of life. So, as well as humans, other animals can develop forms of cancer.   As adults, we have about 100 million million cells in our body. This is difficult to imagine. But if

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Exercise after cancer

I have often been asked by patients for things they can do to help themselves get through treatment and then improve their longterm survival. I believe that exercise plays a crucial role, with many potential advantages. It may help improve your chances of survival. There are now a number of studies showing increased survival in

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