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13/05/2016 - Protein discovery could lead to miscarriage treatment
A protein involved in the development of the human placenta could help scientists to improve treatments for recurrent miscarriages and pre-eclampsia. More

12/05/2016 - Abortion rates falling in developed countries
Improved medical and contraception services have led to a 25-year low in abortion rates in developed countries, according to a study published today. More

12/05/2016 - Breath-holding to boost breast radiotherapy
Radiotherapy for breast cancer can be improved by a technique which trains patients to hold their breath for up to five minutes, researchers reported today. More

11/05/2016 - Complexities of breast cancer explored
Researchers have identified dozens of new genes involved with the development of breast cancer, it has been announced. More

04/05/2016 - Post-natal distress revealed for world day
A new survey highlights the widespread distress caused by depression and anxiety during and after pregnancy. More

04/05/2016 - Endometrial cancer gene breakthrough
British researchers have announced major discoveries about the genetic causes of endometrial cancer. More

03/05/2016 - Breast cancer DNA changes revealed
A major UK-led study has come "much closer" to a complete description of the DNA changes in breast cancer, scientists said last night. More

22/04/2016 - School gender mix affects eating disorder diagnosis
The proportion of girls to boys in a school affects the risk of girls developing eating disorders, according to a new study. More

21/04/2016 - Fertility concern for BRCA1 mutation
Women with the BRCA1 gene mutation may have a lower than normal number of eggs in their ovaries, new research indicates. More

19/04/2016 - Neighbourhood violence harms pregnancy
Women who encounter violence during pregnancy face an increased risk of prematurity and babies born with low birthweight, researchers reported yesterday. More

08/04/2016 - Gestational diabetes screening 'too late'
Obese women at risk of gestational diabetes may need to be screened earlier, researchers say today. More

04/04/2016 - Women have more antibiotics than men
Women are much more likely than men to be prescribed antibiotics, researchers say today. More

31/03/2016 - Call for GPs to treat gender dysphoria
Some GPs are refusing to treat patients with gender dysphoria, according to a leading psychiatrist today. More

30/03/2016 - Abnormal embryos may become healthy
New research suggests that embryos that contain abnormal cells still have a chance of developing into healthy babies. More

17/03/2016 - Stem cell clue to recurrent miscarriages
Stem cell shortages may help explain why some women suffer recurrent miscarriages, according to British researchers. More

11/03/2016 - Drug combination hope for breast cancer treatment
Women with HER2 positive breast cancer could see their tumours shrink or disappear altogether if they take a combination of drugs, a conference heard yesterday. More

11/03/2016 - Breast cancer study reveals ethnicity role
Age may explain apparent ethnic differences in the development of breast cancer, a new study has found. More

10/03/2016 - Additional breast screening picks up cancers
Using a 3D mammography or ultrasound scan as well as a standard mammogram could detect breast cancers that would ordinarily be missed, delegates to a major conference have heard. More

09/03/2016 - Insulin therapy linked to breast cancer
Treatment for diabetes can affect the density of breast tissue, possibly impacting on the risk of breast cancer, a European conference will hear today. More

08/03/2016 - NLR could predict breast cancer recurrence risk
Measuring immune system cells could help predict the risk of recurrence of breast cancer for women with early stage disease, according to findings published today. More

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