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19/12/2013 - Professor backs cancer prevention surgery
Women at high risk of developing cancer of the ovaries and breasts should consider radical surgery to protect themselves, according to a Manchester professor. More

19/12/2013 - Home testing to boost cervical diagnosis
Home testing kits might help improve diagnosis of cervical cancer risk in women, researchers have claimed. More

19/12/2013 - Cancer survival boost
Britons have enjoyed a massive reduction in the risk of dying from cancer in the last two decades, according to an analysis published today. More

17/12/2013 - Alarm as teens obsess about weight
Most girls in their early teens are scared of putting on weight or getting fat, British researchers warned today. More

13/12/2013 - Breast cancer prevention breakthrough
A drug can halve the risk of women developing breast cancer in old age, British researchers revealed last night. More

09/12/2013 - Study aims to cut breast screening misery
A pioneering project in Birmingham is aiming to reduce the number of women having unnecessary surgery following breast screening, it has been announced. More

06/12/2013 - Anaemia a persistent global burden
Young women and children are still more likely to suffer from anaemia, despite increasing efforts to diagnose and treat the condition on a global scale. More

05/12/2013 - UK trails Europe on cancer survival
Patients in the UK and Ireland with a range of common cancers have poorer chances of survival than in many other European countries, according to a major study published today. More

29/11/2013 - HIV pregnancy resource launched for World AIDS Day
Healthcare professionals have been encouraged to improve their understanding of the needs of pregnant women with HIV for World AIDS Day. More

26/11/2013 - Private link to Caesareans
Women giving birth using private health care are twice as likely to have a Caesarean section as those who use state-funded services, researchers reveal today. More

22/11/2013 - Lifestyle link to ease of pregnancy
Living a healthy lifestyle before becoming pregnant can help women have uncomplicated pregnancies, according to a major new study today. More

21/11/2013 - Wean slow to prevent allergy - study
Women who are breast-feeding might help their babies by introducing solid food after 17 weeks, according to a new study. More

20/11/2013 - Caesarean no bar to natural next time
New figures show that most women who want to have a natural delivery following a caesarean are successful. More

20/11/2013 - Employment stability boosts childbearing
Women who spend more time in casual employment are less likely to have had a baby by the age of 35, researchers say today. More

19/11/2013 - Doubts over birth problem link to brain damage
Two studies yesterday gave contradictory views of the extent that human error is responsible for brain damage to new-born babies. More

15/11/2013 - Women with asthma ‘take longer to conceive’
Women who suffer from asthma could take longer to get pregnant, according to a new Danish study. More

11/11/2013 - Breast radiotherapy targeting booster
A targeted radiotherapy treatment may help save lives and spare women who undergo breast surgery weeks of misery, it was reported today. More

08/11/2013 - Chocolate may protect against fat
Chocoholics need not put on weight - and may even benefit from their habit, according to a new study. More

08/11/2013 - Pregnancy hospital clot risk warning
A woman who has to be admitted to hospital during pregnancy faces a massively increased risk of developing dangerous blood clots, researchers warn today. More

06/11/2013 - Precious baby syndrome affects doctors
Doctors are not immune to a phenomenon known as the "precious baby" effect, researchers revealed yesterday. More

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