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12/06/2019 - Patients should see scans routinely - conference
It should become routine practice for patients to see their medical scans, a conference will hear today. More

11/06/2019 - Study identifies BME women's low cancer screening rates
The NHS needs to tailor its messages more effectively to encourage more women from black and minority backgrounds to have cancer screening, a scientific review has claimed. More

03/06/2019 - Doctors urged to heed internet ratings
Barely a quarter of doctors take an interest in feedback on rating sites on the internet, researchers report today. More

22/05/2019 - How women suffer from gender differences in heart care
Two studies, published today, show how women receive inferior care for different aspects of heart disease. More

15/05/2019 - Backing for radiotherapy side-effect gel
Hospitals are to be encouraged to use an injectable gel to reduce the side-effects of prostate cancer radiotherapy, it has been announced. More

10/05/2019 - Largest UK survey reveals harm of people's drinking
One person in five in England has been affected by someone else’s drinking in a 12-month period, the largest UK survey of its kind reveals today. More

09/05/2019 - Welcome for MS drug u-turn
The first drug to slow the development of primary progressive multiple sclerosis is set to be supported for use in the NHS, it was announced today. More

03/05/2019 - A million have untreated hypertension before 45
More than a million people under the age of 45 have untreated hypertension, according to an analysis published today. More

02/05/2019 - Call for more use of medicinal cannabis
Only a tiny number of children with severe epilepsy have been prescribed medicinal cannabis to help ease their symptoms – and the number could be increased, an outspoken academic says today. More

23/04/2019 - NHS to support neurosurgery for hearing impaired infants
Two centres in England are to be funded to provide auditory brainstem implants, it has been announced. More

08/04/2019 - New guidance on medicinal cannabis
New guidance for doctors will help them distinguish between different kinds of medicinal cannabis and decide which patients will benefit, it has been announced. More

03/04/2019 - Fall in UK cardiovascular deaths
Cardiovascular deaths in the UK have halved in the last 25 years, according to a new analysis. More

03/04/2019 - Alarm as amputation rates increase
The number of diabetes-related major lower limb amputations is increasing in England, according to new figures. More

26/03/2019 - Sedentary lifestyles linked to 70,000 UK deaths a year
Sitting down for large parts of the day is linked to nearly 70,000 deaths every year in the UK, a new observational study has revealed. More

22/03/2019 - Mixed access to home palliative care - study
Access to palliative care at home for terminally ill patients depends heavily on the diagnosis, researchers say today. More

08/03/2019 - Extend anti-hypertensive medication - guidance
Up to 700,000 extra people could be advised to take anti-hypertensive medicines in a major shift of guidance published today. More

14/02/2019 - New drive to prevent CVD
A major drive to tackle the three major causes of cardiovascular disease in England has been announced. More

13/02/2019 - HPV screening creates new stigmas
Cervical cancer screening is increasingly using HPV testing – but this carries its own stigma that may deter women from taking part, researchers warn today. More

31/01/2019 - End HIV transmission - Hancock
HIV transmission in England could be ended by 2030, according to UK health secretary Matt Hancock. More

08/01/2019 - Backing for pre-term family room care
Providing care for pre-term babies in single family rooms improves some outcomes – but there is no evidence yet they improve neurodevelopment, researchers report today. More

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