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25/11/2013 - Welcome for TB drug u-turn
Campaigners have welcomed a u-turn on a European ban on a new TB drug, creating hope of finding new ways of tackling drug-resistant disease. More

20/11/2013 - Bed-time aspirin might be best
People who take aspirin to prevent heart attack might be better taking it at bed-time than in the morning, according to a Dutch study. More

19/11/2013 - Extend vaccination for elderly - report
Middle-aged and elderly people should be encouraged to undergo vaccination against a range of diseases, according to a report published today. More

18/11/2013 - Antibiotic drug resistance call
The world needs to rethink its approach to antibiotics if it is to overcome the growing threat of drug resistance, experts say today. More

13/11/2013 - Bio-material hope for brain care
A biological material could hold the key to improving brain tumour treatment, academics have revealed. More

07/11/2013 - HIV breakthrough hope
British scientists may have found the "invisibility cloak" that allows the HIV virus to evade the human immune system, it was announced last night. More

05/11/2013 - Common cold remedies 'ineffective'
Researchers in Southampton, UK, have dismissed a range of common cold and sore throat remedies. More

01/11/2013 - Modified Botox could help ease chronic pain
Scientists believe they have found a way to modify Botox to treat chronic pain and epilepsy. More

24/10/2013 - World still winning against TB - WHO
The problem of drug-resistant TB has not stopped the world making dramatic progress against the disease, it was announced yesterday. More

14/10/2013 - Contraceptive risks outlined
The latest generation of contraceptive pills are safe for most women - but those at risk need to be told, European regulators are set to say. More

10/10/2013 - New brain cancer treatment hope
Scientists may have found a magic bullet to increase the effectiveness of treatments for brain cancer, it was announced last night. More

10/10/2013 - New hope for brain disease treatment
A research breakthrough offers new hope for people who develop a range of incurable brain diseases, it was announced last night. More

03/10/2013 - New hope for red wine chemical
A controversial red wine chemical may have long-lasting effects on the body, according to British researchers who are studying its cancer-fighting potential. More

03/10/2013 - Cholesterol drug unveiled
A powerful new drug able to cut cholesterol levels was unveiled today. More

01/10/2013 - Exercise as good as drugs for some conditions
Getting plenty of exercise should be considered a "viable alternative" to commonly used drugs, experts say today. More

23/09/2013 - Hope for new flu vaccine
A powerful new vaccine or treatment for flu could be developed following discoveries made by British researchers. More

10/09/2013 - New drug hope for ectopic pregnancy
Women who suffer from an ectopic pregnancy could be helped by a cancer drug, researchers have revealed. More

05/09/2013 - Blood test boosts women's heart care
An improved blood test could make a dramatic difference in the diagnosis of heart attack in women, researchers have reported. More

02/09/2013 - Expanding waist triggers winter heart problems
New findings show how cold weather and winter can trigger an outbreak of heart attacks, a major European conference has heard. More

29/08/2013 - Gout drug may help diabetes care
A drug used for gout could also be used to protect people with diabetes from heart disease, researchers have revealed. More

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