Anne Nyyssonen, 38, plans to donate her long locks to the Little Princess Trust.
Atezolizumab, marketed as Tecentriq, has been accepted for routine use on the NHS in Scotland.
The 'sponge on a string' device can be used to check Barrett’s Oesophagus patients for signs of cancer.
On Christmas Eve, Katie Paterson, 8, and her family were told she had medulloblastoma brain cancer.
Paige Dougall's inspirational talent has attracted the attention of the former X Factor star.
Olle Nash, who lost his daughter to the disease, hopes to raise £10,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Scientists at the University of Edinburgh said the drug is the ‘ideal prey for harmful cells’.
Two-year-old Flora was diagnosed with stage four Neuroblastoma in April and is now receiving intensive chemotherapy.
Flora Gentleman, two, diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma in April and is now receiving intensive chemotherapy.
Siobhan MacAndrew was diagnosed with breast cancer and made redundant from her job in the same week.
Nicole Little was diagnosed with breast cancer at 27 after her mother Celine died of the disease in 1999.
Liz McAinish contracted coronavirus while undergoing breast cancer treatment in 2020.
Health secretary Jeane Freeman said using five independent hospitals would create additional capacity.
Lesley Osborne hopes that her story will inspire others to attend routine cancer screenings despite Covid concerns.
Holly Blake was told in August she had less than a month to live after doctors said she had a rare form of sarcoma.
Cancer referrals for the first three full months of lockdown were almost a quarter lower than a year ago.
Health secretary informs MSPs and MPs of 'significant delays' to wards 2A and 2B due to coronavirus pandemic.
Campaigners want more to be done to tackle tobacco use, alcohol consumption and unhealthy diets.
From April to June, total deaths in Scotland were around a third higher than usual - around 4500 excess deaths.
NHS Scotland figures show 33,958 cancers – excluding skin melanomas – were diagnosed in 2018.