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28/09/2016 - Chance for earlier cancer diagnosis
Many cases of bowel cancer that present as an emergency could have been identified earlier, researchers warn today. More

21/09/2016 - Living kidney donation milestone
More than 500 people have become living kidney donors since it became possible ten years ago, it was announced today. More

13/09/2016 - Heart failure test under-used - inquiry
All GPs and hospitals should have access to a cheap blood test for the diagnosis of heart failure, according to a report published today. More

08/09/2016 - Hip fracture rehab still a problem - analysis
Care of hip fracture patients is being undermined by a lack of rehabilitation and planned care after hospital, according to a report published today. More

02/09/2016 - Child vaccine warning
Increasing efforts should be made to ensure children get vaccinations to stop rates falling to dangerous levels in England, experts said yesterday. More

02/09/2016 - Formula could cut RTI antibiotics
GPs could cut antibiotic prescriptions for children by 10% using a new formula designed to identify patients at high risk from respiratory tract infections, researchers say today. More

01/09/2016 - Transplant boost "not enough"
The UK has achieved a record level of organ transplants from deceased donors - but it is still "not enough", campaigners say today. More

26/08/2016 - Backing for virtual artery diagnosis
Cardiologists could soon win official approval in the UK to use virtual 3D models to identify blocked and narrowed arteries, it is announced today. More

24/08/2016 - Gene clue to infection type
Genetic tests could soon help doctors distinguish between bacterial and viral infections in children with fever, according to a new study. More

16/08/2016 - Letters campaign for donors goes global
An innovative campaign to recruit blood donors goes global today - and blood group letters will go missing worldwide. More

01/08/2016 - Long-term cancer survivors numbered
The UK has 170,000 people who are alive in spite of being diagnosed with cancer more than a quarter of a century ago, according to an analysis published today. More

28/07/2016 - Row over hepatitis drug access
Patients with hepatitis C in England are caught between inflated drug prices and NHS back-door rationing, it was alleged today. More

19/07/2016 - Warning on hypoglycaemia admissions
Hospitals have had to admit growing numbers of patients for hypoglycaemia in the last decade, according to a new study. More

15/07/2016 - Backing for rhesus DNA test
A new test will save thousands of pregnant women from having to take anti-D immunoglobulin, according to new guidance in the UK. More

04/07/2016 - Guidance to speed cancer diagnosis
GPs must be able to refer patients for scans to test for cancer, according to new UK guidance. More

01/07/2016 - Alcohol deaths increase
The toll of disease linked to alcohol continues to increase in the UK - while teenagers are increasingly cautious about drinking, according to new figures. More

17/05/2016 - Pre-term birth key to neonatal death rates - study
Tackling high rates of pre-term birth is the key to reducing stillbirths and neonatal deaths in the UK, according to a report published today. More

03/05/2016 - Health Check offers limited benefits - study
The NHS Health Check is currently achieving minuscule improvements in health, according to a major new study. More

31/03/2016 - Call for GPs to treat gender dysphoria
Some GPs are refusing to treat patients with gender dysphoria, according to a leading psychiatrist today. More

31/03/2016 - Cut treatment burden of multiple conditions - NICE
Doctors should take steps to reduce the "burden" of multiple medicines faced by patients with multimorbidity, according to draft guidance published today in England. More

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