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22/02/2021 - Warning on pancreatic cancer risks
Europe faces an increasing toll of deaths of women from pancreatic cancer – although the UK is doing better at containing the disease, experts warn today. More

19/02/2021 - Lab-grown organoids repair damaged human livers
Laboratory-grown organoids have been used for the first time to repair damaged human livers, potentially paving the way for cell therapies to treat liver disease, British researchers have announced. More

12/02/2021 - Gene variants found to increase Addison's disease risk
Nine gene variants have been found to increase the risk of developing Addison's disease, according to the largest genetic study to date on patients with the disorder. More

02/02/2021 - Shorter radiotherapy course benefits bladder cancer patients
Fewer, but larger doses of radiation, reduce the risk of bladder cancer returning, according to a study published today. More

05/11/2020 - Obesity a cause of kidney disease
Obesity can increase the chances of someone developing kidney disease, Oxford University research has confirmed. 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

16/06/2020 - Discovery could help kidney failure treatment
Stopping a cell signalling pathway in the kidney could be the key to treating chronic kidney disease as well as other deadly conditions, including heart attack and stroke, according to a new international study. More

29/05/2020 - Immunotherapy hope for advanced bladder cancer patients
An immunotherapy drug significantly improves survival in some bladder cancer patients, according to results of a global phase III clinical trial. More

15/04/2020 - Protective benefit of exercise on liver cancer
Australian researchers have reported new discoveries about the protective effect of exercise against liver cancer. More

25/03/2020 - Global advice on surgery infections
New guidelines, published today, set out how surgeons in low-income countries can reduce the risk of surgical site infection. More

19/03/2020 - Open surgery for AAA, NICE concludes
Unruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms should usually be treated with open surgery rather than endovascular repair, according to the latest version of controversial guidelines published today. More

16/03/2020 - Research launched into diabetes and pancreatic cancer link
Two new research projects will examine the link between diabetes and pancreatic cancer, it has been announced. More

09/03/2020 - Swiss space stem cell studies start
European scientists have begun research on adult stem cells in space, testing the potential benefits of weightlessness, it has been announced. More

06/03/2020 - Chemotherapy after surgery halves risk of kidney cancer relapse
Chemotherapy halves the risk of a rare form of kidney cancer returning following surgery, according to the findings of a major trial reported today. More

24/09/2019 - Memory T cells linked to auto-immune disease
Memory T cells may play a key role in triggering auto-immune disease, according to the findings of a major genetic analysis. More

26/06/2019 - Surgery mortality cut by guidelines
The use of global surgical guidelines has substantially reduced post-operative deaths in the Scottish NHS, a new report shows. More

12/06/2019 - Patients should see scans routinely - conference
It should become routine practice for patients to see their medical scans, a conference will hear today. More

02/05/2019 - Premature birth linked to kidney risk
Babies born prematurely have an increased risk of developing chronic kidney disease in later life, according to a Swedish analysis published today. More

15/03/2019 - Some kidney transplant recipients benefit from antiviral therapy
Antiviral therapy improves survival rates of kidney transplant patients infected with hepatitis B and C, French researchers reported last night. More

28/02/2019 - GPs face new antibiotics pressure
Pensioners with urinary tract infections should get rapid antibiotic treatment to reduce risk of sepsis, researchers say today. More

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