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13/12/2019 - Anastrozole recommended for some post-menopausal women to stop cancer
Anastrozole should be the preventive drug recommended for post-menopausal women at increased risk of developing breast cancer, according to the findings of a new international study today. More

12/12/2019 - STI challenge for PrEP
Programmes providing pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent HIV infection need to spend time on patients' overall sexual health, according to a World Health Organisation study. More

09/12/2019 - Seeing cancer as a chronic disease
The public need to stop expecting "cures" for cancer and recognise it can often be managed as a long-term disease, British experts say today. More

05/12/2019 - Impressive artificial neurons created
Scientists are making progress on artificial neurons that are capable of the same electrical activity as biological neurons, it has been announced. More

03/12/2019 - Olaparib promising for advanced prostate cancer
A gene-targeted medicine, for breast and ovarian cancer, shows promise for some men with advanced prostate cancer, the results of a new clinical trial have shown. More

26/11/2019 - Too many antibiotics could increase Parkinson's risk
Excessive use of some antibiotics could increase an individual's risk of developing Parkinson's disease, according to a Finnish study. More

22/11/2019 - Statins may protect against lethal prostate disease
Statins may help protect men from the most lethal forms of prostate cancer, according to Irish researchers. More

19/11/2019 - Deep diving for new antibiotics
A German research team has been diving deep in the search of new antibiotics - and believes that sea-born bacteria may hold the key to dozens of new treatments. More

19/11/2019 - The soup drug-on malaria watch
Some indigenous soup recipes, imported to the UK by immigrant communities, contain anti-malarial properties, scientists reveal today. More

18/11/2019 - Call for improved drug access for advanced breast cancer patients
A European conference has heard calls for improved access to drugs for patients with common forms of advanced breast cancer. More

15/11/2019 - Combination drug hope for some breast cancer patients
Some patients with HER2-positive breast cancer have responded well to the combination drug T-DM1, new research reveals today (15 November 2019). More

15/11/2019 - Malaria drug target stops parasite entering liver
New drug targets that aim to stop malaria parasites entering the liver have been identified in the first study of its kind, it was announced yesterday. More

13/11/2019 - Male cancer survivors may need hormone boost
Young male cancer survivors may benefit from treatment with replacement testosterone, British experts have reported. More

06/11/2019 - Gene variation protects against diabetes
A gene linked to type 2 diabetes may offer clues to new therapies, British researchers say. More

01/11/2019 - Two hormones key to prostate cancer risk
Men have an increased risk of developing prostate cancer if their blood has high levels of free testosterone and a growth hormone, a conference hears today. More

30/10/2019 - Caution urged around antibiotic threat
The language used to describe antimicrobial resistance is counterproductive and unlikely to cut the overuse, experts say today. More

30/10/2019 - Hope for Alzheimer’s treatment opportunity
Scientists working on progressive neurodegeneration diseases have found that some of the changes could be halted during an "under-appreciated time window". More

30/10/2019 - Peanut allergy immunotherapy not a cure
Immunotherapy for peanut allergy can provide some protection – but does not offer a permanent cure, according to research published today. More

23/10/2019 - Blood pressure drugs best taken at bedtime?
Hypertensive patients can have better control of their condition, and lower risk of adverse events by taking medications last thing at night rather than in the morning, researchers report today. More

21/10/2019 - Antibiotics resistance doubles in 20 years
Resistance to antibiotics used for treating H. Pylori infections has more than doubled in 20 years, a European conference has heard. More

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