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08/07/2016 - Imaging may extend Herceptin benefits
Fluorescent imaging could extend the number of breast cancer patients who benefit from HER2-targeting drugs, it was revealed last night. More

07/07/2016 - Freezing all embryos benefits older IVF patients
Freezing all embryos – rather than transferring a fresh embryo to the uterus during the same cycle in which the eggs were collected and freezing the rest – benefits older IVF patients, a new study has found. More

05/07/2016 - Mitochondrial DNA clue to IVF embryo viability
A new approach to embryo assessment could help IVF fertility experts understand why so many apparently healthy embryos are not viable. More

04/07/2016 - Paracetamol pregnancy risks reported
Taking paracetamol during pregnancy could increase the risk of autism in boys and attention-related and hyperactivity symptoms in girls and boys, the first study of its kind has revealed. More

28/06/2016 - Reduce threshold for ovarian cancer prevention - study
The genetic threshold for surgery to prevent ovarian cancer should be reduced, experts say today. More

22/06/2016 - Pregnant women should not go to the Olympics - advice
Pregnant women should not go to the Olympics in Brazil because of the Zika virus, according to official guidance published yesterday. More

13/06/2016 - Toxic shock syndrome vaccine successfully tested
The world's first safe and effective vaccine against toxic shock syndrome has been successfully tested it in a Phase I trial, it was announced today. More

02/06/2016 - Protein clue to breast cancer prevention
New discoveries on the causes of breast cancer may help towards effective treatments for genetic forms of disease, according to Austrian researchers. More

01/06/2016 - Migraine cardiovascular link examined
Young women who suffer from regular migraine attacks appear to have an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, researchers warn today. More

26/05/2016 - Fall in number of women with osteoporosis
The number of women in the UK who suffer from osteoporosis has fallen over the past 10 years – but the decline in prescriptions for anti-osteoporotic drugs has been described as “concerning”. More

23/05/2016 - ICSI 'ineffective and costly’
The increase in intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) for infertility treatment has been attacked by a world-leading fertility expert. More

17/05/2016 - Pre-term birth key to neonatal death rates - study
Tackling high rates of pre-term birth is the key to reducing stillbirths and neonatal deaths in the UK, according to a report published today. More

16/05/2016 - Gestational diabetes link to baby body fat
Babies whose mothers had gestational diabetes have more body fat at two months of age compared to those whose mums were healthy during pregnancy, according to a new study. More

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

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