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14/08/2019 - 'Ageing' gene mutation found
A newly-discovered gene mutation appears to be linked to accelerated ageing on the molecular level, British researchers have announced. More

13/08/2019 - Hope for chlamydia vaccine
A proposed vaccine for chlamydia is showing early signs of effectiveness, researchers reported last night. More

06/08/2019 - New genes linked to allergic syndromes
Some 141 genetic regions "largely" explain the genetic risks of asthma, hay fever and eczema, Swedish researchers have reported. More

01/08/2019 - Haemoglobin level link to dementia
Both high and low levels of haemoglobin are linked to increased risk of developing dementia in old age, Dutch researchers reported last night. More

31/07/2019 - Risks for elderly of stopping statins
Coming off statins at the age of 75 can significantly raise the risk of cardiovascular events, researchers warn today. More

30/07/2019 - Drug-resistance study highlights infection control role
Infection control in hospitals may be the key to stopping the spread of antibiotic resistant strains of Klebsiella pneumonia, researchers said last night. More

17/07/2019 - Regeneration device tested for myocardiopathy
A patient has successfully been implanted with a new microcurrent generator, developed to stimulate recovery from myocardiopathy, Austrian doctors have announced. More

12/07/2019 - Down's syndrome leukaemia genes pinpointed
An Anglo-German joint project has identified dozens of genes that contribute to children with Down's syndrome developing leukaemia, it has been announced. More

11/07/2019 - Most new drugs have no proven benefit - claim
More than 50% of new drugs are approved with little evidence that they offer added benefits, researchers claim today. More

09/07/2019 - Air pollution linked to increased risk of COPD
Exposure to outdoor air pollution is linked to an increased risk of developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and to decreased lung function, a UK study reports today. More

08/07/2019 - Combination therapy improves advanced bowel cancer survival rates
A combination of targeted therapies can improve survival in patients with advanced bowel cancer and should replace chemotherapy, new data has revealed. More

01/07/2019 - Ulcerative colitis two diseases
Genetic analysis has enabled doctors to divide ulcerative colitis into two types of disease, which respond differently to drugs, it has been announced. More

26/06/2019 - Assisted reproduction report out
A major new report on assisted reproduction in Europe shows increased use of procedures, a conference has heard. More

25/06/2019 - Update adrenal tumour guidelines, experts say
Global guidelines on the care of patients with adrenal tumours need up-dating, experts reported last night. More

20/06/2019 - Lower lung disease risk in fitter men
Men who show good cardiorespiratory fitness in middle age tend to have a reduced risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in later life, new research indicates. More

19/06/2019 - Large study links atrial fibrillation to dementia
Patients with atrial fibrillation face a raised risk of going on to develop dementia, researchers warn today. More

17/06/2019 - Hope for non-invasive prenatal sickle test
British researchers have developed a non-invasive prenatal test for sickle cell disease, a European conference has heard. More

13/06/2019 - Harm concerns linked to youth epilepsy treatment
Treatment guidelines for young people with epilepsy could be reviewed after a Swedish study found a group of drugs is linked to an increased risk of suicidal behaviour. More

12/06/2019 - Epileptic risk from strobe lights
Strobe lighting at music events is posing a major risk for people with epilepsy, Dutch researchers warn today. More

06/06/2019 - Sixth finger should be retained - study
The practice of removing extra toes and fingers from polydactylic babies should be reconsidered in the light of new findings about them, British researchers say today. More

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