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08/08/2019 - Breast cancer therapy blood test
Scientists have developed a new monitoring test for patients with early stage breast cancer, it was announced last night. More

02/08/2019 - Dark chocolate 'may relieve depression'
Eating dark chocolate may relieve depressive symptoms, according to the first study of its kind that examines the association with depression according to the type of chocolate consumed. More

26/07/2019 - Retraction problem for genetics
Published studies in genetics are significantly more likely to be flawed than other scientific publications, according to an analysis published today. More

08/07/2019 - Combination therapy improves advanced bowel cancer survival rates
A combination of targeted therapies can improve survival in patients with advanced bowel cancer and should replace chemotherapy, new data has revealed. More

25/06/2019 - Update adrenal tumour guidelines, experts say
Global guidelines on the care of patients with adrenal tumours need up-dating, experts reported last night. More

19/06/2019 - Yoghurt may help prevent bowel cancer
Men who eat yoghurt at least twice a week appear to have a reduced risk of developing adenomas in the bowel, researchers report today. More

11/06/2019 - Gene study closes in on pneumonia vaccine resistance
A major genetic research project has identified 621 strains of Streptococcus pneumoniae, it was announced last night. More

10/06/2019 - Brain pressure research could help mission to Mars
Researchers at the University of Birmingham who are behind a drug to reduce brain pressure could help the next generation of astronauts in their mission to Mars. More

07/06/2019 - Gait speed measurements aid prognosis of elderly
A simple test of walking speed is a key prognostic indicator for elderly patients with haematological cancers, researchers have reported. More

04/06/2019 - Immunotherapy hope for head and neck cancer
An immunotherapy has proved better than aggressive chemotherapy in the treatment of recurrent head and neck cancer, a conference will hear today. More

01/05/2019 - LATE-onset dementia classified
A form of late-onset dementia has been identified by scientists linked to a specific protein, it has been announced. More

29/04/2019 - Glasgow hears about world obesity challenge
Health care agencies overwhelmingly underestimate efforts made by the obese to lose weight, according to a new international study. More

26/04/2019 - Doubts over peanut immunotherapy
So-called immunotherapy has often been hailed as a cure for peanut allergy – but international studies show it does in fact increase rates of anaphylaxis and allergic reactions, according to a new analysis. More

25/04/2019 - Antibiotic link to female heart disease
Middle-aged and elderly women who take antibiotics for extended periods face increased risk of suffering cardiovascular events, researchers warned today. More

18/04/2019 - Cure claim for SCID gene therapy
Gene therapy developed for babes with severe combined immunodeficiency may have successfully "cured" all of those who received treatment, doctors claimed last night. More

16/04/2019 - Global measles outbreak warning
Rates of measles have quadrupled this year globally, including in Europe, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

02/04/2019 - Drugs used to enhance sexual experiences, especially in UK
People in the UK are more likely to combine drugs with sex than those living in other countries, researchers report today. More

15/03/2019 - Molecular patterns could 'predict breast cancer recurrence'
Examining molecular patterns could help to ascertain how breast cancer will develop and if it could return after treatment, British researchers have reported. More

13/03/2019 - Small cancer risk from infertility
Infertility in women is linked to a very small increased risk of cancer, new research suggests. More

07/03/2019 - Hepatitis C success for London
Regular screening of HIV-infected patients has helped to reduce hepatitis C infections among this group by 70% in London, an international conference heard yesterday. More

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