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09/06/2021 - Global operation shuts down medical fraudsters
More than 3,000 illegal medical web pages in the UK have been shut down or blocked yesterday as part of a global operation against criminals exploiting the pandemic for profit, it has been announced. More

03/06/2021 - Psychiatric drug could prevent bowel cancer
A clinical trial is to begin on whether a commonly used drug for psychiatric disorders can be used to prevent bowel cancer. More

02/06/2021 - Call for new vaccine approach in India
Public health practitioners are calling for the Covid-19 vaccination to be provided free of charge and vaccine approvals to be hastened in India. More

26/05/2021 - Diabetes type 1 treatment hope for gene variant
Scientists working on immunotherapy for type 1 diabetes have found a promising approach for newly diagnosed patients with certain gene types. More

24/05/2021 - Double dose vaccines effective against Indian variant
Double dose vaccination is “highly effective” against the Indian variant of COVID-19 – but not quite as effective as against other variants, British researchers have reported. More

19/05/2021 - Laser device tests donated liver suitability
A non-invasive technique has been developed to allow more accurate assessment of livers available for transplant, British researchers have announced. More

17/05/2021 - Hope for hepatitis B treatment
A new immunotherapy can combat the hepatitis B virus, researchers have reported. More

14/05/2021 - New drug compound might stop malaria
A new compound that blocks a critical step in the malaria parasite lifecycle could be the key to a new treatment, British scientists have reported. More

13/05/2021 - 'Emphasise personal benefits of COVID-19 vaccine'
Emphasising the personal benefits of the COVID-19 vaccine is the best way to persuade those who resist the injection, according to a new study. More

13/05/2021 - Mixing COVID-19 vaccine increases reactions
Mixing COVID-19 vaccines increases an individual’s reactogenicity compared to standard schedules, according to preliminary data from the Com-COV study. More

12/05/2021 - Question mark over sleep medication benefits
Taking sleep medications does not bring a significant improvement in rates of disturbance after two years, according to study reported today. More

06/05/2021 - Call to compare vaccine thrombosis and viral risk
Two Scandinavian countries that halted the use of the Oxford vaccine suffered 11 excess events for every 100,000 vaccinations, according to a new analysis of the thrombotic risks associated with the programme, published today. More

28/04/2021 - Vaccine success leaves UK near virus free
The first dose of COVID-19 vaccination achieved reductions in infection rates of 70% after three weeks, according to a major new analysis. More

23/04/2021 - Ovarian cancer drug could be used against other cancers
A drug used to treat ovarian and breast cancers could be used to tackle other cancers with particular genetic defects, including a common kidney cancer, a study published today has shown. More

23/04/2021 - New hope for malaria vaccine
A malaria vaccine has achieved 75% efficacy, offering hope of using vaccination to eliminate the disease, it was announced today. More

21/04/2021 - Widen use of general anaesthesia for dying patients?
General anaesthesia should be widely available as part of end of life care, according to a group of British specialists. More

21/04/2021 - Supplements which may lower COVID-19 risk
Women may gain protection against COVID-19 from taking some common vitamin and dietary supplements, according to a new study. More

16/04/2021 - Infection much greater risk than vaccines for thrombotic events
Cerebral venous thrombosis has been a significant complication of COVID-19 at a rate far higher than seen after vaccination, British researchers have reported. More

15/04/2021 - Magic mushroom compound as promising as antidepressant
An active compound in ‘magic’ mushrooms is as effective as leading antidepressant medications, a small study has found. More

14/04/2021 - Vaccine combinations tested as Moderna arrives in UK
An ongoing study into the effectiveness of using different COVID-19 vaccines for first and second doses is now starting to include two further types of vaccine, it was announced today. More

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