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24/03/2020 - Millions pour into Covid-19 research
The UK poured £10 million into key Covid-19 research projects yesterday, backing the search for a vaccine and ready-to-use drugs. More

19/03/2020 - Scepticism about Covid-19 vaccine speed
Analysts have warned that a vaccine for the Covid-19 virus could be a year away, in spite of the first vaccine going for phase 1 testing. More

12/03/2020 - New migraine treatment gains backing
Up to 10,000 people in England could be offered a new anti-migraine self-injected drug, it was announced today. More

06/03/2020 - Chemotherapy after surgery halves risk of kidney cancer relapse
Chemotherapy halves the risk of a rare form of kidney cancer returning following surgery, according to the findings of a major trial reported today. More

04/03/2020 - Child vaccine clue to cancer therapy
The “immunological memory” of common childhood vaccines could provide a basis for new cancer treatments, according to a research team in Finland. More

03/03/2020 - Anti-scar drug could boost cancer therapy
A drug developed to treat scarring could play a key role in improving the effectiveness of immunotherapy against solid tumours, British researchers reported last night. More

02/03/2020 - Antibiotics linked to hospital admissions
High levels of antibiotic prescription are linked to increased risk of hospital admission, according to a UK analysis published today. More

27/02/2020 - Benefit of immune therapy for high-risk breast cancer
Immune therapy can substantially reduce the risk of relapse for the most aggressive form of breast cancer, researchers reported last night. More

26/02/2020 - Electronic nose detects Barrett's
An electronic nose can accurately detect Barrett's oesophagus, providing a potential new portable diagnostic test, Dutch researchers report today. More

26/02/2020 - Project for brain tumour test begins
Fluorescent carbon dots and nanophotonics are being used in a new project aiming to improve diagnosis of brain tumours. More

20/02/2020 - Antibiotic risk in pregnancy
Taking macrolide antibiotics in pregnancy may be linked to subsequent birth defects, researchers warned today. More

19/02/2020 - Statins may help prevent ovarian cancer
Statins may have a protective effect on the risk of developing ovarian cancer, British researchers reported last night. More

10/02/2020 - New cancer vaccine could boost immunotherapy
Highly mutated cancer cells could be used to create a vaccine to boost the effectiveness of immunotherapy, according to a major new report. More

05/02/2020 - Immune-targeting drug hope for MS
Irish researchers have raised new hopes for a new class of drugs that are being tested for treatment of multiple sclerosis. More

05/02/2020 - New gene links to Alzheimer's
Certain genetic variants may reduce an individual’s likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s disease, British researchers report today. More

04/02/2020 - Bespoke vaccines could reduce serious bacterial disease
Rates of disease caused by the bacterium Streptococcus pneumoniae could be substantially reduced if changes are made to vaccination programmes, according to a study published today. More

03/02/2020 - UK pumps cash into coronavirus vaccine
The UK is to pump £20 million into efforts to develop a fast-track vaccine against the Wuhan coronavirus, it was announced today. More

31/01/2020 - Progesterone for at-risk women could prevent miscarriages
Prescribing progesterone to women with early pregnancy bleeding and a history of miscarriage could prevent more than 8,000 miscarriages a year, according to two studies published today. More

29/01/2020 - Innovative cancer drugs delayed
The licensing of the most innovative cancer treatments is taking longer than necessary, depriving many patients of potential care, a British expert alleges today. More

29/01/2020 - Down syndrome genes unveiled
Multiple genes are responsible for the problems associated with Down syndrome, British researchers reported last night. More

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