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21/12/2017 - Liver diagnosis guidance published
New guidelines aim to improve the diagnosis of liver disease, developers say. More

05/12/2017 - Poor pancreatic cancer trials letting down patients
A lack of trials into pancreatic cancer is a significant barrier to understanding the difficult-to-treat disease, according to a healthcare analytics company. More

01/11/2017 - HepC patients unaware of treatment possibilities - conference
Britain is lagging behind other countries in the identification of patients with hepatitis C infection, a global conference will hear today. More

04/09/2017 - Donor silence blamed for transplant refusals
Hundreds of organ transplants are not taking place in the UK simply because relatives do not know the wishes of a deceased person, campaigners warned today. More

01/06/2017 - Call for European hepatitis testing guidance
Europe has limited monitoring of testing, diagnosis and treatment policies for viral hepatitis, according to the findings of a survey of the EU states. More

26/05/2017 - Epigenetic test for cancer
An epigenetic test could provide a simple and cheap way to identify people at risk of anal cancer, British researchers say today. More

24/04/2017 - Obesity blamed for kidney cancer increase
Rising rates of obesity have contributed to at least 2,000 cases of kidney cancer a year, according to an analysis published today. More

30/03/2017 - Hepatitis link to Parkinson's
People infected with hepatitis face an increased risk of developing Parkinson's disease, according to a new UK analysis. More

24/03/2017 - Personalised trial for pancreatic cancer
More than 600 patients are to take part in a network of clinical trials aimed at developing personalised treatment for pancreatic cancer, it was announced today. More

21/03/2017 - Liver disease concern for young overweight men
Overweight or obese young men have an increased risk of developing severe liver disease or liver cancer in later life, researchers from Sweden say today. More

20/02/2017 - Appendicitis antibiotic trial announced
Four hospitals are to take part in a randomised trial of antibiotics as an alternative to appendicectomy for child patients, it has been announced. More

07/02/2017 - Genetic defect causes disease in multiple organs
Scientists have found a genetic defect that is behind multi-organ disease, new research out last night. More

24/01/2017 - How saturated fat may trigger liver disease
A single large helping of saturated fat leads to fat accumulating in the liver and to metabolic changes, according to a German study published last night. More

17/01/2017 - TV viewers to see live colonoscopy
A television advert is set to broadcast a colonoscopy procedure live tomorrow for the first time. More

10/01/2017 - Different genes determine Crohn's disease risk and prognosis
A series of genetic variants that affect the severity of Crohn's disease have been identified, but none is related to a person’s risk of developing the condition, say researchers. More

06/01/2017 - Gastric bypass beneficial to severely obese teens
Gastric bypass surgery can help severely obese teenagers maintain their weight loss, although they may need to undergo additional procedures to deal with complications, two studies reported today. More

30/12/2016 - How gut interferes with feelings
Gut bacteria may interfere with the body's serotonin levels, according to a new analysis. More

20/12/2016 - Heavy drinkers need liver screening - guidance
People who drink too much alcohol should be screened for liver disease, according to draft UK guidelines published last night. More

29/11/2016 - Dialysis heart scan success
British researchers have found a way to conduct MRI scans of patients undergoing kidney dialysis, it has been announced. More

09/11/2016 - Vitamin D-bladder cancer link
Low vitamin D levels may be linked to risk of developing bladder cancer, a conference has heard. More

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