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19/03/2020 - Open surgery for AAA, NICE concludes
Unruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms should usually be treated with open surgery rather than endovascular repair, according to the latest version of controversial guidelines published today. More

16/03/2020 - Hancock denies herd immunity strategy
UK health secretary Matt Hancock has denied the government is pursuing a strategy of developing "herd immunity" amid growing criticism of its approach. More

12/03/2020 - New migraine treatment gains backing
Up to 10,000 people in England could be offered a new anti-migraine self-injected drug, it was announced today. More

06/03/2020 - Students on standby to assist in virus epidemic
The UK could turn to medical students to help manage the spreading Covid-19 outbreak, MPs heard yesterday as the country recorded its first death. More

06/03/2020 - Alarm as abortion rates surge
Nearly one in four pregnancies now ends in abortion, according to figures published yesterday. More

02/03/2020 - Antibiotics linked to hospital admissions
High levels of antibiotic prescription are linked to increased risk of hospital admission, according to a UK analysis published today. More

27/02/2020 - Lift egg freezing limit, UK government told
The UK should lift a ten-year limit on the use of frozen eggs to give women improved control over reproduction, two medical organisations say today. More

25/02/2020 - Call for changes to infant hip screening
Orthopaedic experts are calling for the reassessment of national guidelines relating to new-born and infant developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) screening, following the findings of a 15-year study. More

17/02/2020 - Hancock pledges to take on anti-vaxxers after mumps surge
Anti-vaccine campaigners have been blamed for a surge in cases of mumps in the UK in the last year. More

29/01/2020 - Innovative cancer drugs delayed
The licensing of the most innovative cancer treatments is taking longer than necessary, depriving many patients of potential care, a British expert alleges today. More

28/01/2020 - Bowel screening suffering from staff shortages - charity
Bowel cancer screening in England is suffering because of shortages of diagnostic staff, campaigners say today. More

22/01/2020 - Studies question cervical cancer eradication claims
NHS officials produced new evidence of the success of HPV vaccination as a series of studies, published today, cast doubt on claims that cervical cancer could be eliminated. More

17/01/2020 - NHS hope for histology independent cancer drugs
The NHS in England is close to approving its first histology independent cancer treatment, regulators said today. More

14/01/2020 - 'NHS should not prescribe melatonin'
The NHS should not prescribe melatonin for jetlag because there is little evidence it relieves the symptoms of jetlag, according to an expert review published today. More

10/01/2020 - Patients lose sight because of "inadequate eye services"
Inadequate hospital eye services in England are contributing to dozens of patients losing their sight because of treatment delays, according to an official investigation. More

02/01/2020 - Plan to improve migraine care unveiled
NHS officials have unveiled a plan to improve care of migraine and reduce hospital admissions for the problem. More

04/12/2019 - Physically inactive adults pose growing health risk
More than a quarter of adults in England are physically inactive, failing to achieve 30 minutes of moderate exercise within a week, according to the latest national health survey published yesterday. More

02/12/2019 - Gynaecologists call for women’s one-stop clinics and video consultations
Women are struggling to access basic healthcare services, according to a landmark report published today. More

11/11/2019 - Bariatric surgery effective for over-65s
Bariatric surgery is an effective procedure for patients over the age of 65, a UK conference has heard. More

17/10/2019 - Premature birth needs to be in specialist centres - study
Women facing premature labour should be enabled to give birth in hospitals with specialist neonatal intensive care units, researchers say today. More

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