2015 Best Cancer Reporter Award
1st Prize: Matthew Hill, BBC, UK
2nd Prize: Patrice Goldberg, Matière Grise, Belgium
2014 Best Cancer Reporter Award
In addition, American journalist Clifton Leaf received a Best Cancer Reporter Lifetime Achievement award for his outstanding contribution to cancer journalism.
2013 Best Cancer Reporter Award
In addition, the judges also recognised the work of Ugandan journalist Esther Nakkazi and Zimbabwe-based journalist Busani Bafana. These two journalists highlighted the struggle faced in addressing cancer in low-income countries and the role of the media in spotlighting specific problems.
2012 Best Cancer Reporter Award
In addition, British journalist Cassandra Jardine (Daily Telegraph) and British journalist Steve Connor (Independent) received a Special Merit Award certificate that recognises the excellence of their work.
2011 Best Cancer Reporter Award
In addition, the work of Silja Paavle who writes for Öhtuleht, one of Estonia’s highest circulation daily newspapers, was highly commended by the judges
2010 Best Cancer Reporter Award
1st Prize: Nicola Kuhrt, Die Zeit, Germany
2nd Prize: Mark Henderson, The Times, United Kingdom
Romanian journalist Paula Herlo received a special BCRA Campaigner Award in recognition of her campaigning work of Romania’s Pro TV News.
In addition, Polish journalist Slawomir Zagorski who writes for Gazeta Wyborcza, received a Special Merit Award.
2009 Best Cancer Reporter Award
In addition, Italian journalist Daniela Ovadia and Portuguese journalist Nelson Marques received a Special Merit Award.
2008 Best Cancer Reporter Award
2007 Best Cancer Reporter Award
In addition, Eric Baumann from the Tages-Anzeiger, Switzerland and Iva Shohova from the Prague Post, Czech Republic received a Special Merit Award in recognition of their willingness to write about their personal cancer experience in order to raise awareness about some of the difficulties faced by cancer patients as they progress through their cancer journey.