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17/1/20 - NHS hope for histology independent cancer drugs
The NHS in England is close to approving its first histology independent cancer treatment, regulators said today. More

15/1/20 - Life expectancy linked to wealth
The UK has a huge wealth-related gap in disability-free life expectancy, according to an analysis published today. More

15/1/20 - Brain blood flow regulation revealed
Scientists have gained an insight into how the brain monitors and regulates its blood supply, independent of the body-wide blood pressure control system. More

14/1/20 - How climate change could lead to thousands of deaths
A temperature rise of 2C could lead to about 2,100 additional deaths from injuries every year in the USA, a study reveals today (13 January 2020). More

14/1/20 - 'NHS should not prescribe melatonin'
The NHS should not prescribe melatonin for jetlag because there is little evidence it relieves the symptoms of jetlag, according to an expert review published today. More

10/1/20 - Patients lose sight because of "inadequate eye services"
Inadequate hospital eye services in England are contributing to dozens of patients losing their sight because of treatment delays, according to an official investigation. More

9/1/20 - Search for answers on conversion disorder
Researchers at York University are searching for victims of conversion disorder to take part in a new study of the mysterious condition. More

8/1/20 - New breast cancer gene variants found
Hundreds of genetic risk factors for breast cancer have been identified in a large genome-wide association study, British researchers have announced. More

7/1/20 - How marathon runners roll back years
People who take up marathon running reverse their vascular age by about four years, according to a major UK study published last night. More

3/1/20 - Chemotherapy reduction for male cancer patients
Men who undergo surgery for testicular cancer may be able to halve the amount of preventative chemotherapy they take, British researchers have reported. More

2/1/20 - Plan to improve migraine care unveiled
NHS officials have unveiled a plan to improve care of migraine and reduce hospital admissions for the problem. More

31/12/19 - Lung condition linked to body clock
The circadian clock may have an effect on their risk of developing pulmonary fibrosis, researchers have reported. More

27/12/19 - Mosquito leg clue to net success
Mosquitoes that develop drug resistance may have specific mechanisms in their legs that enable them to survive treated bed nets, according to British researchers. More

23/12/19 - Genetic risk key to prostate screening - study
A successful prostate screening programme could be targeted at men with high genetic risk, according to a new analysis. More

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