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29/01/2019 - Call to step up HepC prevention
The world can prevent more than 15 million hepatitis C infections globally over the next decade – but the task could be challenging for some countries, experts have reported. More

17/01/2019 - Haemochromatosis gene's impact on carriers
A genetic variant that causes haemochromatosis is more dangerous than previously thought, according to a new UK analysis. More

09/01/2019 - Chemical that could boost biomaterials
British scientists have unveiled a new technique aimed at “revolutionising” the use of traditional materials in wound healing and implants. More

03/01/2019 - Cancer breath test project launched
Ambitious plans to develop a single breath test for multiple cancers were announced today. More

22/11/2018 - HepC drive aims to find missing patients
A drive has been launched in England to find thousands of people infected with hepatitis C so they can be treated with curative drugs and virus transmission stopped. More

16/08/2018 - Possible liver failure prevention drug unveiled
A promising new treatment has been found for sudden liver failure, according to research reported last night. More

10/08/2018 - Source of common kidney cancers discovered
The cancer cells responsible for the most common childhood and adult kidney cancers have been identified, British researchers announced last night. More

10/08/2018 - Link between appendicitis and allergies
Children with allergies who undergo surgery for appendicitis are less likely to develop complicated appendicitis, a new study has shown. More

07/08/2018 - Muscle building critical for kidney care
Large muscles could benefit people with chronic kidney disease, according to a new study. More

31/07/2018 - Cannabis medicine hope for pancreatic cancer
Researchers have hailed a “remarkable” research finding that could have a significant impact on people being treated for pancreatic cancer. More

27/07/2018 - Hepatitis Day's elimination aim
World Hepatitis Day is to centre on Mongolia tomorrow as the country grapples with high rates of infection. More

19/07/2018 - Call to improve kidney stone care
The UK NHS should offer non-invasive treatments for kidney stones faster to help relieve severe pain, according to new guidelines. More

10/07/2018 - New ultrasound technique better targets liver tumours
A technique to treat liver cancer patients with heat-activated lipid capsules filled with chemotherapy has been found to be successful in phase 1 clinical trials, British researchers report today. More

19/04/2018 - Backing for artificial pancreas
Artificial pancreas systems are a “safe and effective” treatment for people with type 1 diabetes, according to an analysis published today. More

27/03/2018 - Call for improved hep B diagnosis and care
Some 90% of people with hepatitis B infection remain undiagnosed, experts say today. More

12/02/2018 - Breakthrough for lab-grown kidney research
Laboratory generated human kidney tissue has successfully been implanted and grown in living organisms for the first time, British researchers have announced. More

25/01/2018 - New approach for pancreatic cancer
A modified flu virus could be used to inhibit the growth of pancreatic cancer, British scientists report today. More

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

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