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09/07/2015 - Common drug may fight TB
A common over-the-counter drug may be effective against tuberculosis, researchers have revealed. More

08/07/2015 - Hope for new cancer drug
A new cancer drug is 49 times more powerful than a standard platinum therapy, researchers have claimed. More

06/07/2015 - Arthritis drug in blood cancer hope
A common arthritis drug may help treat patients with a range of blood cancers, British researchers revealed last night. More

03/07/2015 - Experiment explains link between behaviour and drugs
Several brain drugs may interfere with moral judgements, researchers reported today. More

02/07/2015 - Statins may make people angry - through sleep deprivation
Cholesterol lowering statins may make women more aggressive - but men less so, researchers reported yesterday. More

29/06/2015 - Allergy patients need injection training - guidance
Patients with severe allergies need improved training and information about the use of self-injection devices, according to new European guidelines. More

26/06/2015 - Anti-ageing treatment nears
A cancer drug may hold the key to delaying ageing, it was revealed last night. More

16/06/2015 - New hope for universal flu vaccine
A new kind of vaccine could stimulate the human immune system to combat flu, British researchers have revealed. More

01/06/2015 - Bubble drugs could revolutionise care
Ultrasound and micro-bubbles could be the answer to improving the effectiveness of many drugs, according to a prize-winning British engineer. More

01/06/2015 - Statins boost by-pass success - study
Patients who are taking cholesterol-lowering statins before undergoing a heart by-pass enjoy a significantly reduced risk of dying, a European conference has heard. More

27/05/2015 - Combined pill risks quantified
The risk of venous thromboembolism may be more closely linked to new oral contraceptives than second generation pills, researchers warn today. More

21/05/2015 - Paracetamol in pregnancy ‘risks boys’
A woman who is pregnant with a boy may threaten her son's reproductive health by taking paracetamol repeatedly, according to findings published today. More

20/05/2015 - Stroke risk may be cut by cholesterol drugs
Healthy older people enjoy a reduced risk of suffering stroke if they are taking cholesterol lowering drugs, researchers report today. More

19/05/2015 - Backing to tackle world health challenges
The world's richest countries are to support the World Health Organisation to tackle drug-resistant organisms and new tropical diseases, it was announced yesterday. More

14/05/2015 - Billions needed to find new antibiotics - inquiry
The world needs a massive fund to find new antibiotics, according to a major report published today. More

08/05/2015 - Measles vaccine prevents infectious diseases
The measles vaccination takes advantage of people’s immune systems and can help to prevent other infectious diseases, a new study has revealed. More

05/05/2015 - Time up for foxglove drug?
A classic heart disease drug based on a poisonous wild flower is linked to an increase in death rates, researchers report today. More

28/04/2015 - How exercise may boost breast cancer care
Programmes of physical exercise can help reduce the side-effects faced by women undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer, according to a new study. More

24/04/2015 - Hope for new Alzheimer's drugs
British researchers have offered hope of a new range of drugs for Alzheimer's disease by unravelling some of the disease's secrets. More

23/04/2015 - Osteoporosis drug may treat asthma
A failed drug for osteoporosis could be the key to an improved treatment for asthma, researchers revealed last night. More

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