Simple saliva test for breast and prostate cancer will soon be available at your GP for just 5

5 saliva test that assesses risk of cancer: It will be available at your GP surgery Test would detect high risk of breast cancer and prostate tumours Patients could then be monitored to catch tumours at early stageGenetic testing come about after four years of analysis by 1,000 scientists Doubled the number of genes linked to breast, ovarian and prostate cancers By Fiona Macrae PUBLISHED: 16:03 GMT, 27 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:38 GMT, 28 March 2013 A saliva swab that tests for the genetic risk of two of the deadliest cancers could soon be available at GPs’ surgeries. The 5 test would help detect women with a high risk of breast cancer and men who are genetically prone to prostate tumours.

Blogging vicar"s underwear shot upsets parishioners: Reverend John Wiseman caused controversy with the Movember posting

Vicar faces wrath of parishioners after posting picture on blog of man in boxer shorts examining his privates to raise awareness of men's health issues Reverend John Wiseman posted snap of a man in underwear for Movember Upset parishioners claimed children could view the 'inappropriate' posting Churchman says he wanted to highlight issues 'men don't speak about' | UPDATED: 19:12 GMT, 4 December 2012 The Reverend John Wiseman probably thought he was doing God's work by discussing men's health issues on his blog. But his decision to show men how to examine their privates using a suggestive snap of a man wearing just his boxer shorts outraged parishioners at Sketty Methodist Church, Swansea