Health Headlines: Cancer vaccine, breast cancer treatment and nurse strike

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Cancer vaccine - The BBC
A trial has begun on a vaccine treating pancreatic cancer, which has the lowest survival rate of all common cancers.
TeloVac pancreatic cancer vaccine trial launched in UK

Breast cancer treatment - The Telegraph
Metformin could be used to treat breast cancer sufferers, it is claimed.
10p diabetes drug could treat breast cancer patients

Nurse strike - The Independent
Nursing leaders dealt another blow to ministers yesterday by voting overwhelmingly to ballot for industrial action if the Government attempted to freeze their pay.
Nurses vote for strike ballot over pay freeze

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