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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

06/06/2011 - End cowboy hypnosis - practitioners
The NHS should make more use of hypnosis - and save patients from "cowboys", practitioners said today. More

10/05/2011 - Swedes implant stem cell vessel
Swedish doctors claim to have performed the world's first operation on a human using a blood vessel made from stem cells. More

15/04/2011 - Artificial pancreas hope for diabetes
An artificial pancreas could help to stabilise blood glucose levels at night among adults with type 1 diabetes, researchers say today. More

14/03/2011 - New gene clues to liver disease
British researchers last night unveiled new genetic clues to the causes of a deadly liver disease. More

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