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01/10/2020 - How virus affected breast screening Europe-wide
The pressure on breast screening programmes across many European countries during the COVID-19 pandemic could lead to an increase in deaths from cancer, a conference will hear today. More

30/09/2020 - Assessing treatment for older breast cancer patients
Many elderly breast cancer patients should be considered for more intensive treatment than is currently offered, researchers have found. More

25/09/2020 - Skin contact affects babies' pain response
Skin to skin contact between a parent and newborn baby reduces the infant’s response to pain, a new study has found. More

18/09/2020 - Breast cancer patients should receive brain scans
Women with breast cancer should receive brain scans to ensure metastatic disease is identified while it is asymptomatic, according to a new analysis. More

15/09/2020 - Contraception cash scheme cut abortions
A scheme that rewarded GPs for promoting long-acting reversible contraception may have helped reduce abortion rates, according to a new study. More

11/09/2020 - plasmaMATCH trial success for breast cancer patients
A blood test that can identify a variety of mutations in advanced breast cancer can match women to effective targeted treatments, according to the early results of a major clinical trial. More

10/09/2020 - Genetic vulnerability in breast cancer cells discovered
A genetic vulnerability that is present in nearly 10% of all breast cancer tumours has been discovered, scientists have announced. More

25/08/2020 - 'No safe level of caffeine' for pregnant women
Women who are pregnant or who are trying to conceive should avoid caffeine because there is “no safe level of consumption”, according to an observational study published today. More

21/08/2020 - Virus caused maternal deaths
At least eight women died during or shortly after pregnancy from COVID-19 infection, mostly women from ethnic minorities, according to a new analysis by two royal colleges. More

20/08/2020 - Heart disease prevention to start in the womb?
Unborn babies at risk of low oxygen levels because of pregnancy complications could benefit from a specialist antioxidant to help prevent future heart disease, researchers reported last night. More

20/08/2020 - Preterm births linked to early death risk for mothers
Women who give birth preterm have an increased risk of dying prematurely, according to a new US study published today (20 August 2020). More

19/08/2020 - Clear contraceptive risk from antibiotics
Researchers have found evidence to support anecdotal reports of antibiotics reducing the effectiveness of hormonal contraceptives, it was announced today. More

13/08/2020 - Lives saved with reduced age breast screening
Breast screening women in their forties reduces breast cancer mortality, with little increase in overdiagnosis, according to a UK study out today. More

06/08/2020 - Using frozen embryos does not increase pregnancy success
Using frozen embryos as part of assisted reproductive treatment does not increase the chances of pregnancy when compared with fresh embryo transfer, a new study published today (5 August 2020) says. More

24/07/2020 - Alarm over low surgery rates for elderly breast patients
Women over 70 undergoing breast cancer treatment should be formally assessed for frailty to ensure treatment decisions are justified, experts say. More

22/07/2020 - Gene link to labour pain threshold
A specific gene variant has been found that may be linked to reduced pain in childbirth. More

17/07/2020 - Widened cancer gene testing could save millions of lives
Broadening cancer gene testing for breast and ovarian cancer gene mutations is cost effective and could prevent millions of cases, new research published today claims. More

15/07/2020 - Fewer radiotherapy doses safe in long term
Radiotherapy for breast cancer can sometimes be just as effective when given in fewer but larger doses, according to a new UK study. More

08/07/2020 - IVF rate of cerebral palsy falling
New figures suggest that the rate of cerebral palsy among children conceived by in vitro fertilisation has fallen by over half in the last 20 years. More

07/07/2020 - Fertility success for young female cancer patients
Young women who have to undergo cancer treatment can successfully give birth if they store their eggs and embryos, fertility experts heard yesterday. More

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