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24/11/2020 - New immunotherapy could herald better cancer treatments
A new type of immunotherapy has been developed that could pave the way for more cancer treatment options, it was revealed last night (22 November 2020). More

16/11/2020 - Heart attack risk for type 2 diabetes patients
Most people with type 2 diabetes are at high risk of having a heart attack or stroke, a new Spanish study has revealed. More

16/11/2020 - Baricitinib could reduce COVID-19 mortality
Baricitinib, the rheumatoid arthritis drug, has shown promise as a treatment that could help to reduce COVID-19 mortality, an early-stage study has found. More

12/11/2020 - Some over 70s benefit from Vitamin D and Omega-3
Taking vitamin D and omega-3 yields health benefits for some older people, according to a study published yesterday (11 November 2020). More

06/11/2020 - Ethnicity affects COVID stroke risk - while statins may protect
The COVID-19 virus seems to double the risk of stroke for people of Asian descent, British researchers reported today. More

05/11/2020 - Synthetic nanobody could fight SARS-CoV-2 virus
A synthetic nanobody could be used to help combat COVID-19, a new study has revealed. More

04/11/2020 - Seven kinds of COVID disease?
Researchers in Austria have outlined seven distinct forms of disease in COVID-19 infection. More

30/10/2020 - Hope for new psoriasis treatment
A possible new therapy for psoriasis has shown promise, a European conference has heard. More

30/10/2020 - Shop workers' risk of getting COVID-19
Customer-facing shop staff are about five times more likely to test positive for COVID-19 than their colleagues in other positions, a small American study has found. More

27/10/2020 - Air pollution link to some COVID-19 deaths
About 15% of COVID-19 deaths globally could be attributed to long-term exposure to air pollution, a new study claims today. More

26/10/2020 - New generation BRAF inhibitor shows promise
A drug designed to work against a range of BRAF mutations in several cancers is showing early promise, a European conference heard last night. More

19/10/2020 - Blood groups linked to COVID-19 risk
Two new studies have explored how blood groups are associated with risk of infection and severity of disease from SARS-CoV-2 infection. More

15/10/2020 - New genes linked to developmental disorders
Scientists have identified 285 genes, including 28 newly associated genes, linked to developmental disorders, it was announced last night. More

15/10/2020 - Study reveals heart risks after major surgery
One in five high-risk patients who undergo major, non-cardiac surgery develops one or more heart complications within a year, researchers report today. More

09/10/2020 - Pandemic widens gaps in access to abortion services
The COVID-19 pandemic has widened the gaps that exist in accessing abortion services across Europe, according to a review published today. More

09/10/2020 - CRISPR/Cas9 pioneers win Nobel Prize
Two scientists whose work has revolutionised the treatment of haematological diseases have been awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry. More

08/10/2020 - Genomic surveillance reveals re-emergence of yaws
Genomic surveillance has revealed the re-emergence of the bacterium that causes yaws, scientists have announced. More

02/10/2020 - Treatment hope for HER2+ breast cancer patients
Women with early HER2+ breast cancer survive longer if they are prescribed lapatinib and trastuzumab before surgery, the results of a Spanish trial have revealed More

01/10/2020 - How virus affected breast screening Europe-wide
The pressure on breast screening programmes across many European countries during the COVID-19 pandemic could lead to an increase in deaths from cancer, a conference will hear today. More

28/09/2020 - Masks cut transmission rates - conference hears
Consistent wearing of masks together with social distancing and regular handwashing are effective means of preventing the spread of COVID-19, a European conference of infectious disease experts has heard. More

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