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24/6/22 - COVID-19 vaccines 'prevented 20 million deaths' in first year
In the first year of the vaccination programme, COVID-19 vaccines prevented about 20 million deaths globally, according to an analysis published today. More

23/6/22 - Urgent investigation into spread of vaccine-derived poliovirus
An urgent investigation is under way after scientists discovered that a vaccine-derived poliovirus is loose in London. More

22/6/22 - UK-wide motor neuron disease project
A major new project into treatments for motor neuron disease has received substantial funding from a group of charities and government research organisations. More

21/6/22 - Cancer technique might diagnose early Alzheimer's disease
Adapting an algorithm used to classify cancer tumours can help to diagnose Alzheimer’s disease at an earlier stage, according to a new study. More

17/6/22 - Reduced long COVID risk with Omicron
Individuals contracting the Omicron variant are less likely to develop long COVID than those who had the Delta variant, new analysis published last night has found. More

16/6/22 - Genes linked to severe COVID-19
More than 1,000 genes that are linked to the development of severe COVID-19 infection have been identified for the first time. More

16/6/22 - Gene involved in chronic pain
A gene has been discovered that regulates pain sensitisation by amplifying pain signals within the spinal cord. More

13/6/22 - How extra chromosomes impact male health
Thousands of men may face increased risk of blood clotting diseases because they unknowingly carry an extra chromosome, British researchers have reported. More

8/6/22 - Use of AI in health care must be regulated, says report
A report on the use of artificial intelligence in health settings has called for clear ethical standards and guidance to protect patients. More

8/6/22 - How last resort antibiotic fails against common bacteria
A bacterium which can cause dangerous infections in those with a weakened immune system can now rapidly develop resistance to antibiotics, researchers warned last night. More

7/6/22 - Call for action over disparities in maternal mortality
Urgent action must be taken to reduce the inequalities that exist in maternal mortality in the UK, a European conference has been told. More

7/6/22 - Best practice for managing monkeypox in pregnancy published
A new paper provides healthcare professionals with recommendations and advice on how best to manage pregnant patients with monkeypox, according to royal colleges. More

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