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13/08/2019 - Hope for chlamydia vaccine
A proposed vaccine for chlamydia is showing early signs of effectiveness, researchers reported last night. More

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

07/08/2019 - Hormone combination offers weight loss hope
A hormone treatment could be as effective as gastric bypass surgery in achieving weight loss, British researchers have reported. More

06/08/2019 - Sheffield search for Parkinson treatment
British researchers have embarked on a major project to find a new treatment to prevent the brain damage linked to Parkinson's disease. More

05/08/2019 - AI reveals five new breast cancer types
Artificial Intelligence has been used to recognise patterns in breast cancer, leading to the discovery of five new types of the disease that can be matched to personalised treatments, British researchers say. More

31/07/2019 - Risks for elderly of stopping statins
Coming off statins at the age of 75 can significantly raise the risk of cardiovascular events, researchers warn today. More

30/07/2019 - Drug-resistance study highlights infection control role
Infection control in hospitals may be the key to stopping the spread of antibiotic resistant strains of Klebsiella pneumonia, researchers said last night. More

26/07/2019 - Plea to tackle hepatitis
Just six billion dollars a year would prevent millions of premature deaths from hepatitis over the next decade, the World Health Organisation says today. More

23/07/2019 - Drug resistant malaria spreads in Asia
Drug-resistant malaria is spreading rapidly across south-east Asia, researchers warn today. More

22/07/2019 - Health a global problem - CMO
Diseases increasingly fail to respect international borders - making global cooperation in health vital, the Chief Medical Officer of England says today. More

16/07/2019 - DRC Ebola - still no closer to elimination
The Democratic Republic of Congo has reported a new outbreak of Ebola in the city of Goma - while two Ebola responders have been murdered in their home, the director-general of the World Health Organisation (WHO) reported yesterday. More

12/07/2019 - Treatment hope for combined breast and lung cancer drugs
Combining targeted drugs for breast and lung cancer could be used in patients with other tumour types to help them overcome treatment resistance, British researchers report today. More

11/07/2019 - Most new drugs have no proven benefit - claim
More than 50% of new drugs are approved with little evidence that they offer added benefits, researchers claim today. More

09/07/2019 - Immunotherapy hope for bowel cancer patients
Immunotherapy could benefit people who have stopped responding to a bowel cancer drug, according to a major new study. 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

04/07/2019 - Cannabis clinical trial urgent - MPs
The UK needs an "immediate" clinical trial established of the benefits of medicinal cannabis for intractable childhood epilepsy, MPs have said. More

03/07/2019 - Flu threat from antibiotics
Changes in the gut bacteria caused by antibiotics may increase the risks from flu infection by weakening the immune response, scientists have warned. More

02/07/2019 - How cancer super-drugs fail
Super-drugs designed to target common gene faults in cancers may have wildly varying effects depending on the type of disease, British researchers report today. More

28/06/2019 - Myeloma heads cancer survival improvements
Survival rates for myeloma patients in England have improved dramatically this decade because of new treatments, a charity has revealed. More

13/06/2019 - Harm concerns linked to youth epilepsy treatment
Treatment guidelines for young people with epilepsy could be reviewed after a Swedish study found a group of drugs is linked to an increased risk of suicidal behaviour. More

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