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15/08/2017 - Breast metastasis driven by genetic change
Metastatic breast cancer cells break away from the primary tumour at a late stage, according to a genetic study unveiled last night. More

14/08/2017 - Caesarean adds risk to hysterectomy
Having a caesarean section raises the risk of complications if a future hysterectomy is needed, according to a new Danish analysis. More

04/08/2017 - Immune hotspot clue to cancer relapse
Immune cell "hotspots" can indicate women facing a high risk of breast cancer relapse after successful treatment, British researchers report today. More

28/07/2017 - Fetal monitoring agreement announced
Obstetricians and midwives have agreed a joint approach to electronic fetal monitoring, it has been announced. More

20/07/2017 - Benefits of pregnancy fitness revealed
Exercising during pregnancy is not only safe - but has significant benefits for the mother, according to the findings of a major UK research study published today. More

06/07/2017 - No increased divorce risk for IVF couples
The stress of undergoing fertility treatment does not increase the chances of divorce or break-up, a large-scale population study has found. More

05/07/2017 - Mosaic embryos involved in successful pregnancies
Embryos with some chromosomal abnormalities can lead to healthy babies following in vitro fertilisation, a European conference has heard. More

04/07/2017 - Cancer's fertility impact measured
Young women who have survived cancer face 40% reduced chance of achieving pregnancy, according to a major Scottish study. More

30/06/2017 - Smear test ignorance hampering uptake - study
There is a large amount of ignorance among young women about the smear test, researchers warned today. More

29/06/2017 - Backing for aspirin care in pregnancy
A low-dose aspirin at night may help protect pregnant women from pre-eclampsia, according to the findings of a British-led study published last night. More

23/06/2017 - Fertility link to coronary artery disease
The genes that increase the risk of coronary artery disease are linked to good fertility, according to the findings of an international study published last night. More

21/06/2017 - Progress on breast and ovarian cancer genes
A major project is helping improve knowledge of the breast and ovarian cancer risks for women with faults in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, British researchers say. More

21/06/2017 - Most perinatal deaths preventable - study
More can be done to prevent stillbirths, neonatal deaths and brain injuries during childbirth, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists says today. More

16/06/2017 - Heart drug dosage should be adjusted by gender - study
Women should take lower dosages of cardiovascular drugs to help prevent adverse reactions, a new Spanish study has concluded. More

13/06/2017 - Protein suppresses breast cancer tumour growth
A protein has been discovered that could suppress the growth of breast tumours, British researchers said last night. More

17/05/2017 - Abdominal fat not linked to breast cancer - study
Losing abdominal fat does not seem to help reduce the risk of breast cancer, researchers have found. More

05/05/2017 - Impact of symptoms after cervical cancer treatment
About half of women who have treatment for locally advanced cervical cancer suffer from insomnia, fatigue or hot flushes, Austrian researchers report today. More

27/04/2017 - Study backs post-partum haemorrhage treatment
A major global study has backed the use of tranexamic acid to reduce the risk of post-partum haemorrhage, it was announced last night. More

10/04/2017 - Atrial fibrillation/size link in women
Women who are taller and heavier face an increased risk of developing atrial fibrillation compared with smaller women, a European conference has heard. More

04/04/2017 - Childhood epilepsy link to pregnant women's BMI
Women who are overweight or obese in early pregnancy could increase their risk of having a child with epilepsy, a Swedish study claimed yesterday. More

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