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15/10/2019 - Cannabidiol trial for Parkinson's-related psychosis
A £1.2 million phase II trial is to begin early next year into the effectiveness of cannabidiol in people with Parkinson’s-related psychosis. More

09/10/2019 - Antimicrobial resistance battle faltering
The battle against antimicrobial resistance is faltering in the world's poorest countries, a think-tank has warned. More

09/10/2019 - Study challenges paclitaxel coating fears
There is no evidence of increased mortality risk from the use of paclitaxel coated devices, according to an analysis published today. More

02/10/2019 - Oral steroid warning for asthma patients
Too many people with severe asthma are at risk through the use of oral steroids, a major European conference will hear today. More

02/10/2019 - Novel test for complications of pneumonia
A new test has been developed to identify pneumonia patients who may be at risk of respiratory failure or sepsis, it was announced today. More

01/10/2019 - Backing for asthma triple therapy inhaler
A triple therapy inhaler may be the best way to help patients with severe and uncontrolled asthma, according to the findings of a major international study. More

30/09/2019 - Placebos may not be placebo - analysis
Clinical researchers should give more information about placebos - as sometimes they may be more active than described, according to an analysis published today. More

19/09/2019 - Cancer drug benefits exaggerated - claim
The benefits of new cancer drugs continue to be exaggerated in reporting of key trials, it was alleged today. More

18/09/2019 - Cancer therapy response 'eNose' test
Researchers have created an ‘electronic nose’ that can effectively predict individual patient responses to immunotherapy, it was announced today. More

18/09/2019 - Method of breath-holding for radiotherapy success
Researchers say they are perfecting a breath-holding technique that will allow cancer patients to stay completely still during extended radiotherapy sessions. More

17/09/2019 - Puberty and menopause link to type 2 diabetes risk
Having a longer menstrual cycle and using the contraceptive pill are linked to an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, French researchers claim today (17 September 2019). More

06/09/2019 - Hope for proton therapy after drug breakthrough
Cancer patients needing proton therapy could benefit from more effective treatment after scientists in Norway discovered that light-activated drugs transform the treatment. More

04/09/2019 - Statins benefit peripheral arterial disease
Adhering to statin treatment can reduce the risk of death among patients with peripheral arterial disease, Swiss researchers have reported. More

30/08/2019 - HRT cancer link "not new"
Women who take menopausal hormone therapy face a significantly increased risk of developing breast cancer, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

29/08/2019 - Antibiotic link to arthritis
Taking antibiotics may lead to an increased risk of rheumatoid arthritis, according to a new study. More

27/08/2019 - Statin-related muscle pain may be preventable
Patients taking statins may be able to prevent muscle pain through moderate exercise, British researchers report today. More

23/08/2019 - Polypill success at preventing cardiovascular diseases
A low-cost polypill, which combines four cardiovascular drugs into a single pill, has cut the risk of major cardiovascular events in the first trial of its kind, researchers report today. More

22/08/2019 - Bowel cancer-antibiotic link examined
Use of antibiotics may be linked to colon cancer risk later in life, particularly tumours in the proximal colon, according to a study of British patients. More

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

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