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24/06/2022 - Development of new antibiotics is 'stagnant'
Work to develop new antibiotics is ‘stagnant’ and does not meet global needs, a new report from the World Health Organization has warned. More

24/06/2022 - COVID-19 vaccines 'prevented 20 million deaths' in first year
In the first year of the vaccination programme, COVID-19 vaccines prevented about 20 million deaths globally, according to an analysis published today. More

22/06/2022 - How mutations cause drug resistant typhoid bacteria
A range of mutations has led to antimicrobial resistance in many strains of typhoid bacteria, according to a new genetic study published today. More

16/06/2022 - Medicalising menopause can fuel 'negativity'
Menopause experts have called for a nuanced approach to treating symptoms. More

08/06/2022 - How last resort antibiotic fails against common bacteria
A bacterium which can cause dangerous infections in those with a weakened immune system can now rapidly develop resistance to antibiotics, researchers warned last night. More

01/06/2022 - COVID vaccine brands unrelated to efficacy
COVID-19 vaccination works equally well if an individual receives the same type of injection or a mixture of different brands, according to a wide-ranging analysis published today. More

25/05/2022 - Antivirals may help monkeypox patients
Antiviral medications may be effective against monkeypox, researchers have found, but more research is urgently needed. More

25/05/2022 - Anti-ageing drugs prevent radiotherapy impact
The long-term impact of radiation therapy for cancer could be limited with a class of drugs called senolytics, researchers say. More

19/05/2022 - Vaccination after COVID could decrease risk of long COVID
Long COVID symptoms could be alleviated in some people through vaccination, researchers report today. More

11/05/2022 - New support for COVID vaccine in pregnancy
A new study has found no evidence of adverse pregnancy outcomes with COVID-19 mRNA vaccines. More

03/05/2022 - COVID-19 vaccine technique tested for heart disease
The techniques perfected in COVID-19 vaccines could be used to help repair damaged heart muscle following a heart attack, European researchers have reported. More

28/04/2022 - Low deaths in communities with high COVID-19 vaccine rates
People living in communities with high COVID-19 vaccination rates record fewer deaths from the virus, a new US study has found. More

27/04/2022 - Using swarm learning to diagnose cancer
British researchers have reported a new method of diagnosing cancer using artificial intelligence in the laboratory. More

26/04/2022 - Promising start for on-demand contraceptive pill study
A “promising candidate” for an on-demand contraceptive pill has been identified in preliminary research, it was announced today. More

25/04/2022 - Million milestone passed for malaria vaccine
More than one million children in three African countries have received at least one dose of the world’s first malaria vaccine as part of a pilot programme. More

22/04/2022 - Telomere length associated with COVID-19 mortality
Telomeres may influence the severity of COVID-19 and the risk of dying from the disease, particularly in women, a European conference is to hear. More

21/04/2022 - Make-up of SARS-CoV-2 outer envelope revealed
The molecular make-up of the fatty outer envelope of SARS-CoV-2 has been detailed for the first time, offering a new target for antivirals, British scientists have announced. More

13/04/2022 - Single HPV jab 'sufficient'
A single dose of the human papillomavirus vaccine gives as good protection as two doses, experts have ruled. More

13/04/2022 - Hormone infusion may aid osteoporosis
A hormone treatment may stimulate bone-forming cells, bringing hope for improved osteoporosis treatments, according to a new study. More

13/04/2022 - Low heart risk from COVID jab
There is no significant rise in cases of myopericarditis after COVID-19 vaccination programmes, according to a new analysis. More

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