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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

10/03/2011 - Transplant drive for Kidney Day
More effort should be made to enable kidney patients to get transplants before they need dialysis, new UK guidelines say today. More

21/01/2011 - Lab-grown tissue ready for liver transplants
Human liver cells grown in a lab could be used in place of donor organs after successful trials. More

10/11/2010 - Benefits of organ donation captured in patient letters
A new book has been published to celebrate organ donation success stories. It contains letters and photographs sent from patients to the families of their donors. More

04/11/2010 - Drug may boost diabetes care
A protein used to test people with diabetes for risk of kidney and heart disease may hold clues to preventing problems, researchers said last night. More

15/09/2010 - Single prostate test proposal
There is no need for routine, general screening for prostate cancer, although a single test at 60 may be beneficial, two studies have concluded. More

05/07/2010 - Gene chip aims to prevent transplant need
A "Brum gene chip" has been developed by British doctors as part of a treatment revolution aimed at reducing the need for transplants. More

21/05/2010 - Statin side-effects revealed
The cholesterol lowering drugs, statins, have side effects including kidney failure, liver disease and eye cataracts, researchers warned today. More

07/05/2010 - Milk cleared as cancer risk
New findings today exonerate milk from allegations that it contributes to the development of kidney cancer. More

28/04/2010 - Test that could save thousands of lives
A "simple" medical procedure could save hundreds of lives from bowel cancer if it was offered to adults just before they reached retirement age, British researchers said today. More

24/03/2010 - Curry, hair dye and smoking influence liver disease risk
The curry spice turmeric may help protect patients with liver disease, researchers report today. More

18/03/2010 - Fish oil success in cancer prevention
Purified fish oil may help prevent the development of bowel cancer in high risk people, researchers reveal today. More

17/03/2010 - Gene weakness could boost cancer treatment
Scientists have found a possible genetic treatment for some types of bowel cancer. More

26/02/2010 - New cancer technique on trial
A new technique aimed at treating cancer in the liver is to be tested in Britain, it was announced yesterday. More

08/01/2010 - Anger at "disastrous" impact of cheap booze
Health campaigners gave a warm welcome to a report today calling for tougher action to prevent alcohol abuse. More

28/12/2009 - Can imperfect kidneys be safely transplanted?
Kidneys from donors who have had cancer can be safely used for transplants, surgeons have found. More

26/11/2009 - Drinkers work out to burn off alcohol
British drinkers think they can burn off the effects of alcohol with exercise. More

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