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14/04/2016 - How coffee combats fatty liver disease
Coffee may help combat non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, a conference heard yesterday. More

14/03/2016 - Variation in kidney transplant donation rates revealed
The rate of kidney transplant donation varies hugely across Europe, despite growing demand for donors, a conference has heard. More

12/02/2016 - Antimalarial drug could treat organ failure
A common anti-malarial drug could help to reduce organ failure following injury, British researchers reported last night. More

12/01/2016 - New heart damage link to kidney function
Even the smallest reductions in kidney function could damage the heart, new UK research has found. More

01/12/2015 - Opt out donation begins in Wales
A radical change in transplant laws comes into force today - in Wales. More

24/09/2015 - New IBD therapies effective in UK - audit
Biological therapies for inflammatory bowel disease are proving "safe and effective," according to the findings of an audit published today. More

04/09/2015 - Saturated fats link to organ inflammation
New findings show how people with very high levels of saturated fat in their blood could be susceptible to inflammation and tissue damage. More

03/09/2015 - Plan to beat hepatitis unveiled
Ambitious new world targets are to be set for reducing the spread of viral hepatitis, a summit in Scotland heard yesterday. More

27/07/2015 - Tackle injections to help beat hepatitis - WHO
Health services need to reduce the number of injections to help reduce the spread of hepatitis, according to the World Health Organisation. More

21/07/2015 - New hope to repair livers
British scientists have made a breakthrough in the search to repair damaged livers, it was announced last night. More

20/07/2015 - Plea as transplants slump
Britain is facing a reduction in organ transplants because of shortages of donors, it was revealed today. More

27/04/2015 - World needs more surgery - analysis
Millions of people are dying world-wide because they do not have access to basic surgical procedures, according to an analysis today. More

02/04/2015 - Elderly suffer from late cancer diagnosis
The over-60s are most likely to have cancer diagnosed through an emergency admission to hospital, according to figures published today. More

16/03/2015 - Kidney failure kills two million a year
More than two million people across the world die prematurely from kidney failure every year because they cannot access life-saving dialysis or transplantation. More

03/03/2015 - Risks underestimated for long-term paracetamol taking
The risks for patients who take paracetamol long term may have been underestimated, reseachers warn today. More

11/02/2015 - The best obesity op?
The gastric bypass is the best surgical procedure for people with extreme obesity, according to a new analysis. More

27/01/2015 - Daily drinking may be worse for liver
Daily drinking of alcohol may be worse for the liver than binge-drinking, according to Danish researchers. More

18/12/2014 - Life expectancy increasing - mostly
Global success against many major diseases has improved life expectancy for most people in the last 25 years, according to a study published today. More

13/10/2014 - Gene hope for metabolic disease
A gene therapy is showing promise as a treatment for a deadly metabolic liver disease, according to European researchers. More

10/10/2014 - How healthy living stops bowel cancer
A healthy lifestyle is closely linked to the risk of getting bowel cancer, according to the findings of a major European study today. More

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