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21/11/2012 - Tackle liver disease threat - chief medical officer
Britain needs to take action to tackle a rising problem of liver disease, the chief medical officer said today. More

21/09/2012 - Undiagnosed cancers that become emergencies
Tens of thousands of patients with cancer are only being diagnosed when they are rushed as emergencies to hospitals, according to figures published today. More

17/09/2012 - Kidney stone epidemic warning
Europe is facing a surge in kidney stone problems, urologists warned today. More

10/09/2012 - Gene findings flow
British researchers were unveiling new genetic findings last night, homing in on liver disease and cancer of the oesophagus. More

08/08/2012 - Grapefruit juice could boost cancer drug
The effectiveness of a transplant drug with potential anti-cancer properties is dramatically increased if taken alongside grapefruit juice, researchers say. More

06/08/2012 - Human evolution speeding up?
Key genes in the human immune system are evolving generation by generation - causing massive problems for transplant matches, researchers have warned. More

30/07/2012 - Kidney cancer vaccine hope
New "vaccines" are showing promise as new treatments for kidney cancer, researchers revealed last night. More

12/03/2012 - How to grow organs - pioneer
A pioneering transplant surgeon has called on researchers to step up efforts to "grow" new organs in laboratories. More

09/01/2012 - Give up the daily drink
Drinkers should cease believing that a daily drink is safe, MPs and senior doctors warned today. More

16/11/2011 - Encourage living donors - consultant
Doctors can reasonably encourage healthy people to donate a kidney to a stranger, a senior consultant argues today. More

15/11/2011 - Heart "revolution" hope
Patients with heart failure have successfully been treated with their own cells in a "revolutionary" treatment, researchers reported yesterday. More

08/11/2011 - Cancer patients may need obesity advice
People with cancer - or its early signs - should be given advice about their weight if they are obese, researchers warned today. More

07/11/2011 - Cancer women need fertility advice
Women undergoing treatment for breast cancer need to be given advice on how they can preserve fertility, a major conference was told today. More

13/10/2011 - Gene disease fault corrected
British scientists have made a fresh breakthrough in the search to find ways of correcting genetic diseases, it was announced last night. More

05/10/2011 - Exercise helps chronic kidney disease patients
A new review has concluded that regular exercise can benefit people with long-term kidney disease. More

23/08/2011 - Saffron passes lab test
The yellow spice saffron may help to prevent liver cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

08/08/2011 - Spirit link to pancreas disease
People who drink spirits rather than wine or beer face an increased risk of disease of the pancreas, according to Swedish researchers. More

28/07/2011 - Hepatitis Day warning
Thousands of Britons may find themselves on the liver transplant list because they are unaware they are carrying the hepatitis C virus, according to figures published today. More

27/07/2011 - Men face bowel cancer risk
British men now face a significant risk of developing bowel cancer during their lifetimes, according to stark new figures published today. More

09/06/2011 - Fat threat to liver
Fat is a bigger threat to the liver than alcohol for the majority of men, according to two Swedish studies. More

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