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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

10/10/2014 - Decaf drinking 'good' for liver
Drinking decaffeinated coffee may be good for the liver, according to a new study. More

28/07/2014 - Row as liver virus found in donated blood
There was controversy today over a study which revealed that thousands of blood donors are infected with a usually harmless liver virus. More

01/07/2014 - Lifestyle plea to beat pancreas cancer
Many people could avoid one of the UK's deadliest cancers by lifestyle changes, researchers say today. More

01/07/2014 - Hope for new cancer drug
A new drug aimed at the DNA of cancer cells could help patients with untreatable disease, a conference has heard. More

15/04/2014 - Kidney printing to boost surgery
Surgeons are beginning to use 3D models of kidneys to plan cancer operations, it has been revealed. More

13/03/2014 - Water and grapefruit for kidney day
Today is World Kidney Day and campaigners are urging the world to start it with a glass of water. The day has been launched to highlight the growing threat of kidney disease, which affects up t More

13/01/2014 - Transplant survival boost
Organ transplant patients in the UK are enjoying improved survival in spite of surgeons taking greater risks about which organs to use, a report has revealed. More

16/10/2013 - Lungs preserved for 11 hours in transplant first
Doctors in Belgium have successfully preserved a set of human lungs outside the body for 11 hours to conduct a pioneering transplant operation, it has been announced. More

30/08/2013 - Scottish boost for diabetes transplants
Scottish researchers say they have successfully found ways of boosting transplants to improve treatments for patients with diabetes. More

31/07/2013 - Kidney disease label too broad
Too many people are being told they have kidney disease, experts claim today. More

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