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21/09/2021 - First multi-variant COVID-19 vaccine trial starts
The world’s first multi-variant COVID-19 booster vaccine is to undergo phase 1 trials among older adults in Manchester. More

16/09/2021 - Call for research into COVID-19 vaccine 'link' to menstrual changes
Menstrual changes after the COVID-19 vaccination should be investigated, a reproductive specialist has said today. More

15/09/2021 - Surgery delays linked to rise in opioid prescribing
A steep rise in opioid prescriptions since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic may be linked to growing waiting lists, researchers warn today. More

08/09/2021 - Insights into spread of Delta variant
A new analysis has shown how the COVID-19 Delta variant became the dominant, hardly challenged strain of the virus. More

07/09/2021 - Lung function not affected in young adults with COVID-19
COVID-19 does not affect the lung function of young adults, according to the first study of its kind. More

03/09/2021 - Cancer treatment hope from Oxford COVID vaccine technology
The technology behind the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine could be used to help treat cancer, it is revealed today. More

02/09/2021 - Long COVID concerns among teens - but teachers safe
Large numbers of children and teenagers who contracted COVID-19 may be suffering from long COVID, according to a major new analysis. More

01/09/2021 - Insight into COVID antibody failure
Around one in five infected people do not develop antibodies to COVID-19, according to a new study. More

01/09/2021 - Low-cost health solutions to turn pandemic tide
Low cost and innovative health technologies could help the developing world combat the threat of COVID, the World Health Organization has reported. More

27/08/2021 - COVID causes much more blood disease than vaccines - major analysis
The risk of blood clotting diseases caused by the COVID-19 vaccines is significantly outweighed by the risk of being infected with the virus and contracting those same diseases, British researchers say today. More

24/08/2021 - COVID-19 economic downturn caused excess infant deaths
The economic downturn in low and middle income countries caused by COVID-19 is likely to have caused an additional 267,000 infants’ deaths in 2020, according to an analysis published today. More

23/08/2021 - Major programme to trace antibody role in virus susceptibility
A new UK COVID antibody surveillance programme will seek to establish the limits of the vaccination programme, it has been announced. More

19/08/2021 - Delta weakening vaccine impact - UK data analysis
The Delta variant has significantly reduced the effectiveness of the UK’s COVID vaccination programme, according to the findings of a major new study. More

17/08/2021 - Plea for funds against global Delta threat
A major appeal has been launched for funds to tackle the global threat of the Delta variant of COVID-19. More

12/08/2021 - Global trial to test three drugs for COVID-19 patients
Three new drugs are to be tested globally to treat hospitalised COVID-19 patients, the World Health Organization has announced. More

11/08/2021 - Backing for booster vaccines
An autumn booster vaccination against COVID-19 will make a significant difference in providing protection against viral variants, according to a major British research project. More

10/08/2021 - Global eradication of COVID-19 'technically feasible'
The global eradication of COVID-19 is “technically” feasible, experts say today. More

06/08/2021 - How heparin helps in COVID care
Heparin is an effective treatment for moderately ill COVID-19 patients but not for those with critical illness, according to the findings of a major international study. More

05/08/2021 - Long-COVID 'rare' in children - UK study
Most children who contract symptomatic COVID-19 recover within six days and long-COVID is rare, according to a new UK study. More

04/08/2021 - COVID vaccine effective with rituximab
COVID-19 vaccination can effectively produce antibodies in patients on rituximab treatment, according to a new European study. More

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