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28/03/2022 - Immune protein key to head and neck cancer treatment
Treatment for head and neck cancer could be personalised more easily if patients' needs were matched to their levels of a key immune protein, according to a new UK study. More

24/03/2022 - Nausea drugs linked to increased stroke risk
Drugs commonly used to treat nausea and vomiting after surgery or those caused by migraine or cancer treatment could increase the risk of ischaemic stroke, researchers warn today. More

23/03/2022 - Breast cancer-limiting protein found
A newly-found protein may limit the growth of oestrogen receptor-negative breast cancer, Swedish researchers have announced. More

23/03/2022 - Home oxygen monitoring for COVID safe
Pulse oximetry can safely be used at home by patients with COVID-19, according to an analysis published today. More

18/03/2022 - COVID-19 vaccine safe for those with previous myocarditis
The Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine is safe for individuals who have a history of myocarditis, a conference has heard. More

15/03/2022 - High cholesterol and heart disease link not clear cut
The link between low density lipoprotein and cardiovascular disease may not be as strong as previously thought, according to a new Irish study. More

14/03/2022 - Call for children to get pain relief ear drops
Ear drops with anaesthetic and analgesic can be offered to children and young people with acute otitis media, according to new guidelines. More

11/03/2022 - New guidance on statin intolerance diagnosis
International experts today set out guidance for doctors on how to diagnose statin intolerance correctly. More

10/03/2022 - Third COVID-19 vaccine 'essential' to protect against omicron
Three doses of the mRNA vaccines appear to be necessary to protect people from needing hospital treatment for the omicron COVID-19 variant, researchers report today. More

10/03/2022 - Antiseptic drug 'as good as antibiotics'
Methenamine hippurate, an antiseptic drug, could help to tackle antibiotic resistance associated with urinary tract infections, researchers report today. More

09/03/2022 - Gut microbes linked to pancreatic cancer
A specific 'microbial profile' has been found in people with pancreatic cancer, offering hope of improved diagnosis, researchers report today. More

04/03/2022 - Global trials provide hope for sufferers of chronic cough
A new drug can ease chronic cough with few side effects, researchers report today. More

03/03/2022 - Immunocompromised patients should have third COVID-19 vaccine
Immunocompromised patients, particularly those who have had organ transplants, should receive additional COVID-19 vaccines, experts recommend today. More

01/03/2022 - Drug combination hope for hard-to-treat cancers
Combining multiple drugs could provide effective therapies for some hard-to-treat cancers, British researchers have reported. More

24/02/2022 - Salt in soluble paracetamol linked to cardiovascular disease risk
Soluble paracetamol that contains salt is linked with a significantly increased risk of heart attacks, stroke, heart failure and death, according to a new Chinese study. More

16/02/2022 - Lower than expected numbers intolerant of statins
The rate of statin intolerance is widely overestimated, researchers claim today. More

10/02/2022 - Viagra-type drug hope for treating vascular dementia
Viagra-type drugs could have potential for treating some patients with vascular dementia, a UK/US study has found. More

09/02/2022 - Hope for live mitochondrial gene editing
Direct, in vivo, gene editing of mitochondrial DNA may be possible, British scientists have reported. More

09/02/2022 - Blood pressure risk for regular paracetamol users
There may be a link between long-term use of paracetamol and heart disease among those with hypertension, Scottish researchers have reported. More

07/02/2022 - Three spike exposures give high quality immunity – Munich study
People who have had three exposures to the COVID spike protein enjoy high quality protection against the virus in all its known forms, according to a detailed German study. More

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