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18/09/2020 - Breast cancer patients should receive brain scans
Women with breast cancer should receive brain scans to ensure metastatic disease is identified while it is asymptomatic, according to a new analysis. More

15/09/2020 - Molecule might restore brain and spinal cord function
A molecule has been created that might repair and restore brain and spinal cord function in mice with neurological disorders, it has been announced. More

11/09/2020 - Europe struggles with vaccine doubts
Europe may struggle to get the public to use any approved COVID-19 vaccine, according to an analysis published yesterday. More

10/09/2020 - Form of natural hormone might prevent sarcopenia
A possible new treatment has been identified to restore the common age-related loss of muscle mass and strength. More

08/09/2020 - Genotype testing improves paediatric asthma care
Personalising treatments according to genetic differences could help some children with asthma, a medical congress will hear today (8 September 2020). More

07/09/2020 - Link found between genes and penicillin allergy
A link between genes and penicillin allergy has been discovered by an international team of scientists. More

07/09/2020 - Vaccines may not be silver bullet
Experts have warned against excessive optimism over COVID-19 vaccines – with one senior scientist warning they would not be a “silver bullet.” More

04/09/2020 - Social smokers face disproportionate lung disease and cancer risk
So-called “social smokers” are more than twice as likely to die of lung disease and more than eight times as likely to die from lung cancer than non-smokers, a European conference hears today. More

04/09/2020 - World falling behind on non-communicable diseases
Most of the world is falling behind on promises to tackle chronic and non-communicable diseases – and the COVID-19 pandemic has made this worse, according to a major analysis. More

03/09/2020 - Immunotherapy hope for aggressive pancreatic cancer
An aggressive form of pancreatic cancer could respond to immunotherapy, according to a study published today. More

02/09/2020 - COVID-19 risk in pregnancy analysed
Pregnant women with COVID-19 infection were less likely than other seriously ill patients to present with fever, according to a major new analysis published today. More

02/09/2020 - New drug option for heart disease prevention
The common gout medication, colchicine, may help prevent major cardiovascular events in patients with chronic coronary disease, a European conference has heard. More

01/09/2020 - Cholesterol drug combinations best to reduce cardiovascular risk
People who have the highest risk of cardiovascular problems could benefit being prescribed lipid-lowering therapies, a major conference – held on-line – has heard. More

28/08/2020 - New mosquito immune cells discovered as atlas launched
New types of mosquito immune cells, including a rare cell type that could be involved in limiting malaria infection, have been discovered by scientists creating the first cell atlas to map the insects’ immune cells. More

26/08/2020 - Lifestyle linked to MS risk
People with unhealthy lifestyles may face an increased risk of developing multiple sclerosis, according to research published today. More

25/08/2020 - 'No safe level of caffeine' for pregnant women
Women who are pregnant or who are trying to conceive should avoid caffeine because there is “no safe level of consumption”, according to an observational study published today. More

18/08/2020 - Antibiotic risk of inflammatory bowel disease
Taking antibiotics, especially those with greater spectrum of microbial coverage, could increase the risk of new-onset inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease, a new study claims today (18 August 2020). More

17/08/2020 - Scientists find MS protection gene
Swedish researchers have found a key gene that could help to prevent the progression of multiple sclerosis. More

12/08/2020 - Sweden's relaxed lockdown failed to achieve herd immunity
Sweden, among European countries, took a deliberately relaxed approach to the COVID-19 lockdown – but this has failed to deliver herd immunity, according to an analysis published today. More

10/08/2020 - Eosinophils linked to viral over-reaction
Eosinophils are the white blood cells that may play a key role in the damaging over-reaction of the immune system to COVID-19 infection in severe cases, according to Swedish researchers. More

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