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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

04/07/2016 - Paracetamol pregnancy risks reported
Taking paracetamol during pregnancy could increase the risk of autism in boys and attention-related and hyperactivity symptoms in girls and boys, the first study of its kind has revealed. More

29/06/2016 - Statin media coverage may have cut use
Controversy over the benefits of statins may have led patients to abandon their use, endangering their health, it was claimed today. More

29/06/2016 - Zika vaccines in development
Work on a human vaccine for the Zika virus is progressing well, it was announced last night. More

28/06/2016 - Liquid aspirin key to brain tumour breakthrough
A drug which contains liquid aspirin could prove to be a "ground-breaking" treatment for brain tumour, British researchers have reported. More

20/06/2016 - Yellow fever outbreak could need fractional dosing
Relief agencies can use fractional dosing to eke out limited supplies of yellow fever vaccine, the World Health Organisation said. More

17/06/2016 - Chronic cough treatment trial
A 12-week clinical trial into the first new cough drug for 50 years is to be carried out in the UK, it has been announced. More

15/06/2016 - Tiny particles monitor cancer therapy
British scientists are working on a method of monitoring conditions inside cancerous tumours using nanosensors. More

13/06/2016 - Toxic shock syndrome vaccine successfully tested
The world's first safe and effective vaccine against toxic shock syndrome has been successfully tested it in a Phase I trial, it was announced today. More

08/06/2016 - Oxygenated drink boosts cancer drugs
A fizzy drink made with micro-bubbles could help chemotherapy drugs to reach tumour sites, according to British researchers. More

07/06/2016 - Cyanide antidote might treat diabetes
A drug used to treat cyanide poisoning might also be used to treat type 2 diabetes, researchers have revealed. More

27/05/2016 - Europe moves against colistin misuse
New European rules could restrict the use of the antibiotic colistin on farms, it was announced yesterday. More

25/05/2016 - Europe-wide e-cigarette study released
The rate of e-cigarette use is increasing across Europe - alongside the belief that they are harmful, according to an analysis published today. More

20/05/2016 - Aspirin reduces risk of major stroke
Taking an aspirin immediately after suffering a minor stroke could be key to reducing the risk of having a major stroke in the ensuing days, according to researchers. More

19/05/2016 - Global call to tackle antimicrobial resistance
Britain should support international efforts to tackle antimicrobial resistance before it leads to millions of deaths, according to a major report published today. More

18/05/2016 - Hallucinogenic may benefit depression
The hallucinogenic compound in "magic" mushrooms could form the basis of new treatments for depression, researchers reported today. More

18/05/2016 - Belgian hope for HIV treatment
A treatment which stops HIV from replicating has shown promise in the laboratory, Belgian researchers have reported. More

11/05/2016 - Low dose alteplase boosts stroke survival
A reduced dose of alteplase cut rates of intracerebral haemorrhage and improved patient survival, according to the results of a major clinical trial published yesterday. More

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