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18/10/2018 - Australia reports on PrEP success
Rapid and high coverage roll-out of PrEP programme can have a dramatic impact on the spread of HIV, Australian researchers report today. More

10/10/2018 - Fasting as treatment for type 2 diabetes
A new series of case studies published today (10 October) highlight the potential effectiveness of therapeutic fasting to reverse insulin resistance in type 2 diabetes. More

09/10/2018 - No evidence statins work on non-cardiovascular conditions
There is not enough evidence to suggest statins, used to treat heart disease, could be beneficial for other conditions, according to a new analysis. More

05/10/2018 - 'Old' antibiotic could treat melanoma
An old antibiotic could help to treat melanoma, British researchers have reported. More

03/10/2018 - Antidepressant withdrawal underestimated
Millions of antidepressant users in the UK are potentially affected by withdrawal symptoms. More

03/10/2018 - Testosterone to aid diabetes?
Testosterone therapy may be able to improve diabetes symptoms and reverse its progress in some men, a European conference has heard. More

26/09/2018 - New vaccine approach to tropical disease prevention
Clinical trials are about to start on a new generation of vaccines for tropical diseases caused by RNA viruses, British researchers have reported. More

17/09/2018 - Paracetamol use in infancy linked to asthma risk
Children who take paracetamol before the age of two years may face an increased risk of developing asthma by the age of 18, especially if they have specific variants in one particular gene, a European conference will hear today. More

14/09/2018 - Media blamed for diverting cash to ineffective drugs
A multi-million pound cancer drugs fund was over-hyped in the media, leading to NHS cash being diverted from effective care, experts say today. More

12/09/2018 - England split by pain divide
England suffers a clear North-South geographical split in rates of chronic pain, according to an analysis published today. More

06/09/2018 - Row over statins for over 75s
Experts have challenged an observational study which rejects the widespread use of statins in patients over the age of 75. More

05/09/2018 - Prostate cancer sub-group may benefit from immunotherapy
Scientists have identified a one sub-group of aggressive prostate cancer patients that may benefit particularly well from immunotherapy. More

30/08/2018 - Brain implant to halt seizures
An electronic device that delivers drugs within the brain may be able to stop or even prevent seizures in people with epilepsy, researchers reported last night. More

24/08/2018 - Big data to aid cancer drug selection
Two major projects will harness the power of big data to significantly improve the choice of drugs for individual cancer patients, British researchers announced today. More

22/08/2018 - Drug combination hope for resistant cancer
A specific drug combination may have significant benefits for treatment-resistant patients with ovarian or lung cancer, British researchers announced today. More

20/08/2018 - New guidance for drug-resistant TB care
Patients with multi-drug resistant TB should be treated with oral medicines, according to new global guidance. More

16/08/2018 - Glioblastoma hope from Leeds tests
British scientists have identified a promising chemical treatment for aggressive brain tumours, it has been announced. More

16/08/2018 - Possible liver failure prevention drug unveiled
A promising new treatment has been found for sudden liver failure, according to research reported last night. More

08/08/2018 - Large ADHD drug study released
An expert analysis, published today, sets out the optimum medications for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) for different age groups. More

03/08/2018 - Personalised medicine to help type 2 diabetes patients
A precision medicine approach to treating people with type 2 diabetes can help to improve blood sugar levels and avoid damaging side-effects, according to new research. More

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