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15/01/2018 - Reminders boost bowel screening trials
Reminder letters and a leaflet of explanation have achieved a significant improvement in the uptake of flexible sigmoidoscopy screening in England, researchers report today. More

28/12/2017 - Bowel disease nose detector unveiled
An electronic nose could distinguish between Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, Spanish researchers have reported. More

10/11/2017 - Cholera map to aid prediction
Cholera has been endemic in Asia for 50 years, repeatedly crossing into Africa and Latin America, according to a major study of the disease published last night. More

03/11/2017 - Women affected by emergency bowel cancer diagnoses
Women are more likely than men to be diagnosed with bowel cancer following an emergency hospital visit, researchers warn today. More

02/11/2017 - Acid reflux drugs link to gastric cancer studied
New findings suggest that long-term use of proton pump inhibitors is linked with an increased risk of gastric cancer in patients infected with Helicobacter pylori - even after the infection has been treated. More

18/10/2017 - Hope for colorectal cancer drug
Scientists have identified a new way of modifying the Wnt cell signalling pathway that could help treat colorectal cancers, it has been announced. More

29/09/2017 - Typhoid vaccine passes trial
A new vaccine could prevent more than half of typhoid infections, researchers report today. More

15/08/2017 - Colorectal cancer survival improving
Improved treatment and diagnosis has achieved a dramatic drop in mortality rates from colorectal cancer in the last two decades, according to an analysis published today. More

29/06/2017 - IBD gene search gets closer
Significant progress has been made in searching for genes responsible for inflammatory bowel disease, it was announced last night. More

16/06/2017 - Gene test for oesophageal cancer drug
Scottish researchers have announced the discovery of a genetic test to identify patients who will benefit from a drug for oesophageal cancer. More

02/06/2017 - Diarrhoea still a major child-killer - analysis
Diarrhoea remains one of the biggest threats to children worldwide, killing half a million infants a year, according to a major analysis published today. More

01/06/2017 - Ulcer drug for depression?
A medicine prescribed for gastric ulcers may benefit people with depression via its effect on a protein called brain-derived neurotrophic factor, researchers reported last night. More

30/05/2017 - Backing for UK Lynch syndrome testing policy
A British decision to extend testing for Lynch syndrome has been backed at a European conference. More

03/05/2017 - Gluten-heart link examined
There is no evidence that high gluten intake among non-celiac people is linked to heart disease, researchers say today. More

06/04/2017 - Joint replacement mortality examined
The risk of death from digestive diseases seems to increase after hip and knee replacements, according to a major analysis published today. More

05/04/2017 - Extended antibiotic use linked to bowel cancer
Taking antibiotics for a long period in early to middle life could increase the risk of developing bowel cancer, researchers say today. More

22/02/2017 - Flexible sigmoidoscopy achieves long-term prevention - study
Flexible sigmoidoscopy is successful in long-term prevention of the development of colorectal cancer, according to a major UK study published today. More

30/01/2017 - Bowel disease genetic variant found
A genetic variant that doubles an individual’s risk of developing ulcerative colitis has been identified by researchers, it is announced today. More

12/01/2017 - Gut bacteria marker for heart risk
A marker of a gut microbiota metabolism may well be clinically useful in predicting the risk of acute coronary syndromes, Swiss researchers reported yesterday. More

10/01/2017 - Childhood asthma linked to acid-suppressants in pregnancy
Women who take heartburn medication during pregnancy may increase their infants' chances of developing asthma, new research has claimed. More

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