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05/04/2017 - Extended antibiotic use linked to bowel cancer
Taking antibiotics for a long period in early to middle life could increase the risk of developing bowel cancer, researchers say today. More

05/04/2017 - Antibiotic could treat PTSD
A common antibiotic could be used to treat – or even prevent – post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), according to new research. More

04/04/2017 - Guidelines for thyroid disorder 'out-dated'
Doctors treating patients with mildly underactive thyroid gland may be prescribing ineffective medication, Scottish experts said yesterday. More

24/03/2017 - Guidance call for new TB drugs
New antibiotics could help stem the spread of multi-drug resistant TB - but clinicians need clear guidelines on their use to ensure they remain effective, experts say today in a report marking World TB Day. More

20/03/2017 - New 'gene silencer' drug dramatically reduces cholesterol
A new "gene silencer" drug could reduce cholesterol by more than 50% among patients at risk of cardiovascular disease, researchers say. More

15/03/2017 - Insight into opioid overdose rise
People who take opioids together with benzodiazepines are placing themselves at a raised risk of overdose, new research shows. More

14/03/2017 - Hope to increase breast drug range
PARP inhibitors could be used to treat many more women with breast cancer than at present, according to British experts. More

14/03/2017 - How a flu vaccine stopped a pandemic
Flu vaccines work and can successfully halt pandemics, according to a major analysis reported today. More

10/03/2017 - PDE-5 inhibitors may protect against MI
People who take impotence drugs may benefit through improved survival after myocardial infarction, according to a new study from Sweden. More

08/03/2017 - Skin patch regulates blood sugar
Scientists in Seoul have created a device that measures sugar levels in an individual's sweat to monitor their diabetes. More

07/03/2017 - CFS drug trial finds no solution
An interleukin-1 receptor antagonist offers no benefits for women with chronic fatigue syndrome, according to a Dutch study. More

02/03/2017 - New prostate cancer class reported
Scientists have used a novel mathematical approach to overcome previous issues with classifying prostate cancer into categories for prognosis. More

01/03/2017 - Flu drugs safe in pregnancy
A large new study has found that drugs taken to prevent or treat flu during pregnancy are unlikely to damage the foetus. More

28/02/2017 - WHO publishes first list of ‘priority pathogens’
The World Health Organisation has published a list of antibiotic-resistant “priority pathogens” for the first time, revealing 12 families of bacteria that pose the greatest threat to human health. More

20/02/2017 - Appendicitis antibiotic trial announced
Four hospitals are to take part in a randomised trial of antibiotics as an alternative to appendicectomy for child patients, it has been announced. More

17/02/2017 - Call for on-line pharmacy crack-down
On-line pharmacies may be helping to fuel antibiotic resistance by enabling patients to get drugs without prescription, according to a major analysis published today. More

15/02/2017 - Extended therapy needed for hay fever
It takes three years of treatment with grass pollen immunotherapy to achieve extended reduction of symptoms of allergic rhinitis, researchers reported last night. More

09/02/2017 - Hospital antibiotics can be cut - Cochrane
New guidance has been released to help prevent the unnecessary use of antibiotics in hospital and avoid antibiotic resistance. More

06/02/2017 - Antibiotic is bug-buster - study
A modified version of vancomycin may offer clues to overcoming antibiotic resistance because of its ability to force its way into bacteria, British researchers have reported. More

30/01/2017 - Cancer medicine delays and price rises criticised
Delays in giving people the latest cancer medicines and unjustified price hikes for well-established treatments are disadvantaging patients, European experts have claimed. More

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