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30/09/2015 - Uterine transplants get UK go-ahead
Britain's first clinical trial of human uterine transplantation is set to start in the New Year, it was announced last night. More

29/09/2015 - Babies 'unharmed' by maternal cancer treatment
The children of mothers who receive cancer treatment during pregnancy do not seem to suffer ill-effects, according to a European study. More

28/09/2015 - Care of elderly with breast cancer varies across Europe
Elderly patients with breast cancer get widely varying levels of treatment across Europe, according to a new study. More

25/09/2015 - Cancer relapse gene study
Researchers have found new genetic factors that indicate the risk of relapse in breast cancer, a major European conference is to be told. More

24/09/2015 - Rethink miscarriage criteria - study
British criteria for diagnosing miscarriage should be reconsidered, researchers say today. More

15/09/2015 - Pure olive oil ‘reduces breast cancer risk’
Women who eat the so-called Mediterranean diet supplemented with the purest forms of olive oil enjoy a reduced risk of developing breast cancer, a Spanish study has revealed. More

14/09/2015 - Search for breast cancer prevention drug
British researchers have begun work on finding drugs which could spare women with two common breast cancer mutations from having to undergo preventative surgery, it has been announced. More

10/09/2015 - Why pregnancy quitting does not last
Many women smokers give up tobacco during pregnancy - but the stress of motherhood means most resume the habit quickly, British researchers warned today. More

08/09/2015 - Older ovarian cancer patients should have surgery
Too many women over the age of 65 are not getting surgery for ovarian cancer, campaigners have claimed. More

28/08/2015 - Growth hormone 'effective' against osteoporosis
A course of growth hormone can provide post-menopausal women with protection against osteoporosis for a period of years, according to the findings of a major Swedish study. More

27/08/2015 - Blood test for breast cancer relapse
A blood test will be able to identify breast cancer relapse months before tumours become visible, researchers announced last night. More

26/08/2015 - Chlamydia screening backed for pregnancy
The routine chlamydia screening of pregnant women within a particular age range would be a cost-effective move, researchers say today. More

10/08/2015 - Iodine could boost pregnancy health
Pregnant women in the UK should be given iodine supplements, researchers claim today. More

05/08/2015 - Endometrial cancer risk cut by the Pill
Oral contraceptives may have played a role in preventing up to 200,000 cases of endometrial cancer in the last ten years, researchers say today. More

29/07/2015 - Little need for extra food in pregnancy
Pregnant women may not need to eat extra throughout most of their pregnancy, researchers say today. More

29/07/2015 - Evidence favours caesarean for breech babies
Caesarean section is the safest form of delivery for breech babies, experts say today. More

28/07/2015 - Home births risky for poor
Home births can increase risks for babies in poor neighbourhoods, according to a new study. More

24/07/2015 - How drugs are beating breast cancer
Aromatase inhibitors save significantly more post-menopausal women from breast cancer than tamoxifen, according to the findings of a major analysis published today. More

22/07/2015 - Blood test for pre-eclampsia risk
The risk of the serious blood pressure problem, pre-eclampsia, in pregnant women might be predicted via a blood test, researchers say today. More

17/07/2015 - Breast cancer secrets unlocked
British scientists have unveiled major findings about the way one of the key genetic causes of breast cancer works. More

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