Scottish Cancer Prevention Network

Alcohol and LGBT life in Scotland

by Eric Carlin, Director, SHAAP - Scottish Health Action on Alcohol Problems Alcohol increases the risk of cancers of the bowel,
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Alcohol and LGBT life in Scotland

CUP report on bladder cancer

The latest output from the World Cancer Research Fund Continuous Update Project (CUP) is a report and systematic literature review on
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CUP report on bladder cancer

Weight of words on body weight

by Prof Annie Anderson, Professor of Public Health Nutrition, University of Dundee I have announced I will retire when all the medical
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Weight of words on body weight

Easy steps towards everyday activity

by Prof Nanette Mutrie, Director of Physical Activity for Health Research Centre, University of Edinburgh Stair walking is one of the cheapest
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Easy steps towards everyday activity

Media reporting on illicit tobacco not the real deal

by Sheila Duffy, Chief Executive ASH Scotland Illicit tobacco is one of those subjects (like e-cigarettes) where the quantity of the
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Media reporting on illicit tobacco not the real deal

Dryathlon benefits

January is with us and many of you will be taking part in a month of abstinence from alcohol for
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Dryathlon benefits

Interview

Profile Prof Tessa Holyoake is Director of the Paul O'Gorman Leukaemia Research Centre at the University of Glasgow and winner of
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Interview

Guest Editorial

New Year, Sugar Tax and David and Goliath Joy, mince pies, party bites, laughter, festive snacks, good times, bubbles, fun, puddings,
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Guest Editorial
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The SCPN Blog

Our blog features regular updates on the world of cancer prevention and up-to-date research, accompanied by personal anecdotes from our co-directors and various guest writers. 

Newsletter

We recognise that education and awareness raising are the cornerstone to action, and produce a newsletter four times a year, which covers the wide range of our interests.

Art & Design Prize

We are delighted to announce Stuart Clark as this years' winner of The SCPN Art & Design Prize for Creative Communication, the first from product design.

Healthy Meetings

The SCPN has developed a scorecard, which focuses on ten highlights that regular meeting attenders agree, represent important examples of good practice for healthy meetings.


Stacking The Odds

The Scottish Cancer Coalition is a partnership of 21 voluntary organisations dedicated to improving cancer services and outcomes for patients in Scotland, and promoting research and prevention efforts.

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Scottish Cancer Foundation

The Scottish Cancer Foundation is our parent charity and has developed and supports the Scottish Cancer Prevention Network.

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