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09/02/2010 - Breast cancer depression treatment warning
Doctors may need to be careful how they treat depression in women undergoing treatment for breast cancer, researchers warned today. More

22/01/2010 - Obesity treatment in crisis
Treatment of obesity in Britain was in crisis last night as a common drug was banned and surgeons complained about lack of support for surgical procedures. More

22/01/2010 - Combined approach best for women's cancer
Women with cervical cancer fare best when treated with a combination of drugs and radiotherapy, researchers have reported. More

21/01/2010 - MS drug hope
A new drug for multiple sclerosis is set to "change the lives" of people with the condition, British researchers announced last night. More

19/01/2010 - Children's ward drug errors warning
One in five drug prescriptions in children's wards may be administered wrongly by nurses, researchers warned today. More

13/01/2010 - Heart drugs may cut dementia risk
Drugs for high blood pressure and heart disease may confer protection against Alzheimer's disease and dementia, researchers reported today. More

05/01/2010 - Insect clue to faster flu vaccines
A radical new technique could massively speed up the production of flu vaccines, researchers reported last night. More

23/12/2009 - Should elderly blood pressure therapy be limited?
Elderly people are often over-treated for high blood pressure, an expert claims today. More

16/12/2009 - Painkiller may limit aspirin heart benefit
A common painkiller stops low-dose aspirin from cutting the risk heart attack and stroke, researchers have reported. More

09/12/2009 - Tamiflu millions challenged
The millions spent on treating suspected swine flu patients with Tamiflu faced damning criticism from an expert analysis last night. More

07/12/2009 - Miscarriage blow, DVT hope at major conference
Three studies on drug treatments that combat blood clotting may change medical practice, a major conference was told yesterday. More

16/11/2009 - Hope for brain disease treatment
A drug used to treat Alzheimer's disease may be able to tackle another unpleasant brain disease, researchers reported last night. More

13/11/2009 - Alarm raised over antipsychotics for dementia
Too many people with dementia are being prescribed dangerous anti-psychotic drugs, it was alleged yesterday. More

06/11/2009 - Heart disease patients avoid blood clots with statins
Patients on cholesterol-lowering statin therapy are also protected against dangerous blood clots, new research suggests. More

04/11/2009 - Improved disclosure needed for drug firm-sponsored events
Efforts to agree standards of disclosure for events held by drug companies have proved inadequate, investigators have warned. More

03/11/2009 - Aspirin not safe to prevent heart disease - experts
Aspirin should no longer be used to prevent heart disease and strokes, experts said today. More

30/10/2009 - Allergic reaction does not rule out future vaccines
Experts say that children who have an allergic reaction to one vaccine should be examined and might be able to have other vaccines. More

06/10/2009 - Telomere researchers get Nobel
Three scientists who discovered the secret of cell ageing shared the Nobel Prize for Medicine between themselves yesterday. More

25/09/2009 - Antidepressant risk in early pregnancy
Researchers looking into the safety of antidepressants during pregnancy have found that there may be a small risk of heart defects. More

16/09/2009 - New clue on Jackson killer drug
Experts may be closer to explaining why people vary in their risk heart failure when exposed to anaesthestic drugs such as propofol. More

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