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Fri January 19th - A robot has been developed that can help to treat babies with oesophageal atresia, it has been announced. More
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18/01/2018 - Cardiovascular care follow-up concerns
European countries are “losing” many patients with chronic cardiovascular disease unnecessarily, according to a major analysis published today. More

15/01/2018 - Drug-resistant bacteria risk for surfers
Surfers and others who spend hours in the sea risk significant exposure to antibiotic resistant E.coli, a medical school in Devon, UK, has found. More

08/01/2018 - Pregnancy paracetamol linked to female fertility problem
Taking paracetamol during pregnancy could reduce the fertility of female offspring, Danish researchers have reported. More

02/01/2018 - New diabetes Alzheimer drug link
A “triple” drug recently developed for diabetes may prove a powerful treatment for Alzheimer’s disease, British scientists have reported. More

27/12/2017 - UK boost to global vaccination
A new UK-led research initiative aims to increase the supply of critical effective vaccines, it was announced today. More

21/12/2017 - Anger as MS drugs withdrawn
Just one beta interferon drug is to be available for the care of NHS patients with multiple sclerosis in England, it was announced today. More

18/12/2017 - Side-effects undermine diabetes drug adherence
Powerful new drugs for treating type 2 diabetes are proving ineffective – because patients do not like the side-effects, according to an analysis published today. More

13/12/2017 - Enzyme has double role in cancer
An anti-ageing enzyme may also help cancer cells survive chemotherapy, British researchers have found. More

12/12/2017 - Antibody drug may help children with food allergies
Giving children with multiple food allergies an antibody drug alongside their food desensitisation treatment seems to offer more relief, researchers report today. More

01/12/2017 - Fake diet pill sales rife in UK - regulators
Warnings have been issued about the dangers of fake slimming pills after one third of dieters admitted to buying pills online, with many suffering side effects such as bleeding. More

01/12/2017 - HIV drug resistance increasing
Resistance to HIV drugs is rising, according to the largest analysis ever undertaken and reported for World Aids Day. More

01/12/2017 - Cancer drug could help HIV patients
A drug used to treat cancer could also wipe out HIV-infected cells. More

29/11/2017 - Malaria progress set-back
Progress in tackling malaria is stalling because of lack of funding, the World Health Organisation says today. More

22/11/2017 - Common drug shows TB prevention potential
The drug lansoprazole may have a role in preventing tuberculosis, researchers have reported. More

21/11/2017 - New drive to report drug adverse events
A new drive has been launched to encourage patients to report side-effects from drugs and medical devices. More

16/11/2017 - Doubts over glycaemic lowering treatments
Treatments aimed at minimising glycaemic levels in patients with type 2 diabetes may increase mortality risk, according to a major UK study. More

08/11/2017 - Global guidelines for antibiotics in animals
New global guidelines may help governments take steps to prevent abuse of antibiotics in farming. More

06/11/2017 - Progress on cancer care at Liverpool conference
A drug currently used for ovarian cancer could have the potential to work against glioblastoma because it permeate the blood brain barrier, a major English conference on cancer was being reported today. More

06/11/2017 - Metal hope for cancer therapy
A new method of destroying cancer cells is being investigated by researchers at Warwick University, UK, in collaboration with a team from China. More

03/11/2017 - Managing side effects from breast cancer combined therapies
Breast cancer patients who combine targeted drugs with hormone therapy have an increased risk of severe side effects, a major European conference will be told today. More

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