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25/3/19 - Success against TB - but resistance still a concern
The number of new TB diagnoses in England has nearly halved this decade – but scientists have warned of the continuing threat from antibiotic resistance. More

25/3/19 - Drug that could tackle bowel cancer drug-resistance
British scientists have identified a third drug that could help tackle resistance to treatment when bowel cancer is treated with the latest therapies, it was announced today. More

22/3/19 - Mixed access to home palliative care - study
Access to palliative care at home for terminally ill patients depends heavily on the diagnosis, researchers say today. More

21/3/19 - Algae treatment to avoid amputation?
A novel treatment based on algae could improve blood flow sufficiently to avoid leg amputations, British researchers have announced. More

20/3/19 - Tuberculosis-linked infection measured
Doctors should look for fungal infections when treating TB, researchers have warned. More

19/3/19 - EU breast cancer deaths expected to fall
Death rates from breast cancer this year are expected to fall by 9% in all European Union countries compared with five years ago, according to an analysis published today. More

18/3/19 - Painkillers in pregnancy not cause of asthma
Taking paracetamol or other painkillers during pregnancy does not cause asthma in the offspring – but may indicate other factors increasing the risk, according to a large-scale study out today. More

15/3/19 - Molecular patterns could 'predict breast cancer recurrence'
Examining molecular patterns could help to ascertain how breast cancer will develop and if it could return after treatment, British researchers have reported. More

14/3/19 - Gynaecologists to tackle fertility confusion
A summit of gynaecologists is to take place to help tackle widespread concern among women about the quality of information they receive about their fertility, it has been announced. More

14/3/19 - Plan to predict Parkinson's
Researchers have appealed for thousands of volunteers to help with a major project aimed at mapping the early development of Parkinson's disease. More

13/3/19 - On-line aid helps men make prostate choices
An on-line calculator can give patients with prostate cancer a highly accurate prognosis – enabling them to choose whether to undergo treatment or not, British researchers announced last night. More

11/3/19 - PARP inhibitors could boost immunotherapy
PARP inhibitors could be combined effectively with immunotherapies to destroy tumours in several kinds of cancer, according to a joint Anglo-French project. More

8/3/19 - Extend anti-hypertensive medication - guidance
Up to 700,000 extra people could be advised to take anti-hypertensive medicines in a major shift of guidance published today. More

7/3/19 - Hepatitis C success for London
Regular screening of HIV-infected patients has helped to reduce hepatitis C infections among this group by 70% in London, an international conference heard yesterday. More

6/3/19 - Warnings on HIV stem cell treatment prospects
Experts have offered caution about hopes of a "cure" for HIV after it was announced that a second patient has achieved full remission after stem cell therapy. More

6/3/19 - Bronchiolitis points to later severe asthma
Infants admitted to hospital with bronchiolitis in infancy face a later risk of emergency admissions for asthma, wheezing and respiratory illness, according to an analysis published today. More

5/3/19 - Cocoa could 'combat fatigue' among MS patients
Drinking high-flavonoid cocoa could help to ease the symptoms of fatigue among people with multiple sclerosis, a small trial has suggested. More

4/3/19 - Send STEMI patients direct to specialist centres
Myocardial infarction patients have improved chances of long-term survival if they are sent directly to specialist centres, according to the findings of a major study of the effect of reorganisations in the UK. More

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