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10/07/2020 - Different treatment needed for non-smoking lung cancer patients
Lung cancer in non-smokers is a different disease from that found in smokers and is likely to require different treatment, a new study published last night has found. More

08/07/2020 - Could an anaemia drug help COVID-19 patients?
Scientists are investigating whether a common anaemia drug, erythropoietin, could become an effective treatment for COVID-19. More

30/06/2020 - Warning on new swine flu threat
Pigs in China carry a flu virus with potential to cause pandemic in humans, researchers warned last night. More

30/06/2020 - New drugs tested for SARS-Cov-2 treatment
Seven existing kinase inhibitor drugs have potential against SARS-Cov-2, European researchers say. More

17/06/2020 - Dexamethasone cuts Covid-19 mortality - trial
The UK is to introduce the corticosteroid dexamethasone rapidly into the treatment of seriously ill Covid-19 patients following the success of a clinical trial, it was announced yesterday. More

27/05/2020 - Dementia gene linked to severe Covid-19 disease
People who carry two faulty copies of the APOE gene - linked to dementia - are at twice the risk of developing severe Covid-19, scientists have reported. More

22/05/2020 - Study to look at Covid-19 impact on blood cancer patients
A new UK study is to be launched that will examine how patients who receive stem cell transplants for blood cancers and blood disorders react to severe Covid-19 infection. More

22/05/2020 - 'Focus on blood clotting in Covid-19 patients'
There is an urgent need to focus on medications that address dangerous blood clotting in Covid-19 patients, according to a leading haematologist. More

07/05/2020 - Lowering androgen may protect against Covid-19
Androgen-deprivation therapy given for prostate cancer may be protective against Covid-19 for these patients, researchers say today. More

06/05/2020 - How the new virus spread and mutated worldwide
SARS-Cov-2 arrived in the UK and other countries through multiple carriers, according to a major genetic analysis unveiled today. More

06/05/2020 - UK has highest concern over Covid-19
International surveys show more people in the UK are worried about Covid-19 than in other populations, according to a new analyis. More

29/04/2020 - Hope for Covid-19 inflammation therapy
Scientists are working on a new nanoparticle treatment for septic shock and uncontrolled inflammation that might help Covid-19 care. More

28/04/2020 - Gene defects linked to babies' eczema, wheeze and nasal disease
A link between a common gene defect and eczema, nasal blockage and wheeze among babies as young as six months has been identified, a new study has revealed. More

24/04/2020 - Two nose cells likely Covid-19 entry points
Two specific cell types in the nose have been identified as likely initial infection points for Covid-19, according to a study published last night. More

24/04/2020 - Action of key tuberculosis drug identified
British scientists say they have found how a key drug can kill the tuberculosis bacterium, potentially paving the way for the development of new therapies. More

22/04/2020 - Covid-19 antiviral drug trial unsuccessful - but vaccine trials launched
British doctors are to begin clinical trials of a vaccine against Covid-19 infection tomorrow – as trials of antiviral medicines continued to prove disappointing. More

17/04/2020 - Could overactive immune cells contribute to Covid-19 deaths?
Medical researchers from across the globe are investigating if overactive immune cells that produce Neutrophil Extracellular Traps (NETs) cause the most severe Covid-19 cases. More

09/04/2020 - Raised Covid-19 risk for smokers and lung disease patients
Smokers and people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease are at hugely increased risk of severe Covid-19 infection because of high levels of one enzyme, researchers warn today. More

08/04/2020 - MERS research points to Covid-19 vaccine
A new study is suggesting that an existing vaccine delivery approach could have potential against Covid-19. More

23/03/2020 - UK needs tougher action to prevent deaths - UCL experts
A letter being dispatched to one and a half million people will only reach a fraction of those at significant risk from Covid-19, according to an expert analysis today. More

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