SIGN UP FOR UPDATES!
Sign up for Englemed updates from TwitterSign up for Englemed updates from Facebook
ENGLEMED
Contact Englemed
Our contact email address.
We can provide a specialist, tailored health and medical news service for your site.
Click here for more information
RSS graphic XML Graphic Add to Google
About Englemed news services - services and policies.
Englemed News Blog - Ten years and counting.
Diary of a reluctant allergy sufferer - How the British National Health Service deals with allergy.
BOOKS AND GIFTS THIS WAY!
BookshopFor books on women's health, healthy eating ideas, mental health issues, diabetes, etc click here
SEARCH THIS SITE
Copyright Notice. All reports, text and layout copyright Englemed Ltd, 52 Perry Avenue, Birmingham UK B42 2NE. Co Registered in England No 7053778 Some photos copyright Englemed Ltd, others may be used with permission of copyright owners.
Disclaimer: Englemed is a news service and does not provide health advice. Advice should be taken from a medical professional or appropriate health professional about any course of treatment or therapy.
FreeDigitalPhotos
www.freedigitalphotos.net
FreeWebPhotos
www.freewebphoto.com
FROM OUR NEWS FEEDS
Hospitalised COVID-19 patients suffer symptoms for months
Tues October 20th - Many hospitalised COVID-19 patients were still experiencing symptoms of breathlessness, fatigue, anxiety and depression up to three months after contracting the virus, according to a new study. More
RECENT COMMENTS
On 08/02/2018 David Kelly wrote:
Would you like to write a piece about this to be i... on Researchers unveil new pain re...
On 23/10/2017 Cristina Pereira wrote:
https://epidemicj17.imascientist.org.uk/2017/06/21... on HIV breakthrough - MRC...
On 12/09/2017 Aparna srikantam wrote:
Brilliant finding! indeed a break through in under... on Leprosy research breakthrough...
On 01/07/2017 Annetta wrote:
I have been diagnosed with COPD for over 12 years.... on Seaweed plan for antimicrobial...
On 12/03/2017 Steph wrote:
The photo you have paired with this article is its... on 'Fat shaming' limits...
OUR CLIENTS
THIS WEEK'S STORIES
Transplant

Transplant

1 | 2 | 3

08/08/2012 - Grapefruit juice could boost cancer drug
The effectiveness of a transplant drug with potential anti-cancer properties is dramatically increased if taken alongside grapefruit juice, researchers say. More

26/07/2012 - Success for pioneer transplant op
A boy of 13 is flourishing - two years after receiving a pioneering windpipe transplant, doctors report today. More

29/05/2012 - Smokers' lungs "save lives"
The lungs of smokers should be used for transplants - because overall patients have a better survival chance, British surgeons say today. More

21/05/2012 - Heart drugs may prevent cancer
Statins were developed to reduce cholesterol and found to have a range of other benefits for heart patients - and new findings suggest this may include preventing cancer. 1 comments More

24/11/2011 - Student gets artificial windpipe
A geology student from Eritrea has become the latest beneficiary of dramatic advances in windpipe transplant techniques, it was revealed today. More

15/09/2011 - Mammoth transfusion hope
Researchers are using the DNA of extinct woolly mammoths to design a powerful new kind of artificial blood, it was revealed last night. More

08/07/2011 - Synthetic transplant hailed as first
A 36-year-old man is due to leave a Swedish hospital today after a revolutionary windpipe operation. More

22/03/2010 - Child gets home-grown windpipe transplant
British surgeons have performed a revolutionary windpipe transplant procedure on a child for the first time, it has been announced. More

03/08/2009 - Private organ transplants face ban
Private transplant operations are set to be banned in Britain as part of a series of measures to ensure patients get "fair" access to donated organs. More

20/11/2008 - Bristol lab helped grow Claudia's new windpipe
British scientists have been talking about their part in creating the first transplant organ created from a patient's own cells. More

1 | 2 | 3

Printer friendly page Printer friendly page

CATEGORIES