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06/10/2009 - Warning on herbal poison
An ancient poisonous herb is being marketed as "herbal valium", British regulators have warned. More

05/10/2009 - Nutrition may boost stomach surgery
Patients who have had surgery for stomach cancer recover best if they are fed after surgery - using liquid food, researchers will tell a major UK cancer conference today. More

24/08/2009 - Progress on wearable artificial kidney
Scientists are in the process of creating a "wearable" artificial kidney, which could be used as an alternative to undergoing dialysis. More

20/08/2009 - Modern lifestyles linked to liver cancer
Modern lifestyles - with too much alcohol and obesity - have contributed to a massive increase in the number of cases of liver cancer in Britain, it was reported today. More

18/08/2009 - Nano-magnets treat arteries
British scientists have developed a revolutionary technique to conduct repairs of cells deep within the body, it was announced today. More

17/08/2009 - Diet may beat kidney stones
Researchers have found another benefit of healthy eating - it helps prevent kidney stones. More

10/08/2009 - Blueberry hope for liver virus
A blueberry plant may hold the key to treating the highly infectious liver virus, hepatitis C, researchers have reported. More

03/08/2009 - Private organ transplants face ban
Private transplant operations are set to be banned in Britain as part of a series of measures to ensure patients get "fair" access to donated organs. More

20/04/2009 - Abstention key to preventing liver decay
People with drinking problems who develop liver disease need to give up alcohol as soon as possible, British experts have warned. More

06/04/2009 - Nerve destruction treats blood pressure
Doctors have tested a new surgical treatment for patients with uncontrollably high blood pressure, it has been announced. More

06/04/2009 - Scottish doctors call time on booze
Scotland is facing an increasingly serious health problem caused by "booze culture", doctors have warned. More

24/03/2009 - Thousands cured of cancer
Growing numbers of patients are genuinely "cured" of cancer by modern treatments, a major European study reported today. More

06/02/2009 - Aspirin may protect against stomach cancer
People who regularly take aspirin may be protecting themselves against one form of stomach cancer, researchers reported today. More

20/11/2008 - Bristol lab helped grow Claudia's new windpipe
British scientists have been talking about their part in creating the first transplant organ created from a patient's own cells. More

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