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19/08/2016 - Metformin may be cardiovascular treatment - study
The diabetes drug metformin could be used to treat cardiovascular disease in non-diabetes patients, researchers say today. More

19/08/2016 - Antipsychotics mainly safe in pregnancy
Taking antipsychotic drugs in early pregnancy does not usually increase the risk of congenital malformations, a large new study has found. More

17/08/2016 - Weight loss drug risks under-reported
Adverse events associated with the weight-loss drug orlistat are often understated in trial reports, according to an analysis published today. More

15/08/2016 - Bladder cancer trial begins
An early stage clinical trial of a drug aimed at preventing chemotherapy resistance in bladder cancer is to get under way, it is announced today. More

12/08/2016 - NSAID shows Alzheimer's promise
An anti-inflammatory drug might provide a treatment for Alzheimer's disease, British researchers have reported. More

11/08/2016 - Chemotherapy drug may affect foetus fertility
A commonly used cancer drug may affect the fertility of baby girls in the womb, researchers warned today. More

09/08/2016 - Chemical could destroy tropical parasites
British scientists have developed a compound that can kill parasites responsible for three tropical diseases, it was announced last night. More

08/08/2016 - Hope for asthma pill
A new asthma pill could replace inhalers for some patients, researchers have revealed. More

05/08/2016 - Zika vaccines close to clinical testing
Three different Zika virus vaccines have been successfully tested on monkeys, it was announced last night. More

05/08/2016 - Euro-plan to boost pertussis vaccine
Some 28 million Euros is to be spent on a European project to improve pertussis vaccines, it was announced yesterday. More

04/08/2016 - Prescription drug abuse growing in Europe - warning
Prescription drugs passed around families lie behind high rates of abuse across the EU, researchers warned today. More

03/08/2016 - Pre-Olympics sport supplement crack-down
Dozens of sports supplements sold in the UK contain unauthorised medicines - although the numbers may be reducing, regulators announced today. More

29/07/2016 - Hope for new anti-bacterial wound cream
A new skin cream could boost the effectiveness of wound care in preventing bacterial infection, researchers at Sheffield University have reported. More

28/07/2016 - Row over hepatitis drug access
Patients with hepatitis C in England are caught between inflated drug prices and NHS back-door rationing, it was alleged today. More

20/07/2016 - IVF breast cancer link ruled out
Women who undergo in vitro fertilisation may not have a raised risk of breast cancer, according to a new study. More

13/07/2016 - HIV therapy guidance released
New recommendations have been published on the use of antiretroviral therapy in adults with HIV - backing pre-exposure treatment for some people. More

11/07/2016 - Statins linked to cancer risk reduction
Statins may have a role in reducing the risk of dying from four common cancers, a European conference has been told. More

08/07/2016 - Imaging may extend Herceptin benefits
Fluorescent imaging could extend the number of breast cancer patients who benefit from HER2-targeting drugs, it was revealed last night. More

08/07/2016 - Ketamine study needs volunteers
A study that will examine the efficacy of ketamine as a treatment for alcoholism is looking for volunteers. More

06/07/2016 - Blood pressure drugs overused in elderly?
Many older people may be taking antihypertensives unnecessarily, researchers have claimed. More

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