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07/04/2021 - Lung transplant feasible for severe COVID-19
Lung transplants were successfully used to save some COVID-19 patients who developed acute respiratory distress syndrome, it has been revealed. More

25/03/2021 - TB testing slumped during pandemic
Testing for tuberculosis (TB) plummeted by almost half in 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, new analysis has revealed. More

23/03/2021 - Government COVID-19 taskforces need more women
Women’s absence from COVID-19 government taskforces around the globe perpetuates the gender divide and will hamper their recovery from the pandemic, according to a new United Nations report. More

11/03/2021 - Global review determines COVID-19 risks to pregnant women
Pregnant women – particularly those from ethnic minority backgrounds – have been at increased risk of severe COVID-19 and more likely to need intensive care or invasive ventilation than non-pregnant women with the virus, researchers report today. More

24/02/2021 - Drug-resistant bacteria spread rapidly during travel
International travellers are a high risk for transmission of drug resistant bacteria, according to a study published today. More

11/02/2021 - Oxford vaccine prevents hospital admission - WHO
The Oxford University COVID-19 vaccine has gained key backing from international experts after a series of controversies. More

29/01/2021 - Improved responses needed for neglected tropical diseases
Patients with neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) need better access to diagnosis and to safe, effective treatment, a new report has said. More

22/01/2021 - Half a million doctors needed for cancer surgery
The world will need half a million more doctors in the next 20 years, just to cope with growing demand for cancer surgery, according to a major new analysis. More

17/12/2020 - Concerns over COVID-19 vaccine coverage
Low and middle income countries will face huge problems in obtaining supplies of COVID-19 vaccines because of pre-ordering by wealthy countries, according to a new analysis. More

17/12/2020 - COVID trials have excluded pregnant women - study
Most COVID-19 trials have avoided including pregnant women, according to a new analysis. More

26/11/2020 - Activity can offset sedentary lifestyle - WHO says
Exceeding the recommendations for weekly physical activity can offset the health harms associated with prolonged sitting, says new guidelines from the World Health Organisation. More

13/11/2020 - Global action call on diabetes epidemic
The world is facing an epidemic of diabetes – and could save millions of lives by effective, low-cost interventions, experts say today. More

28/10/2020 - Vitamin D linked to respiratory disease including COVID-19
A large proportion of patients hospitalised with COVID-19 have a deficiency of vitamin D, according to a new analysis. More

27/10/2020 - Air pollution link to some COVID-19 deaths
About 15% of COVID-19 deaths globally could be attributed to long-term exposure to air pollution, a new study claims today. More

22/10/2020 - COVID-19 vaccine trials do not assess severe disease
Mass vaccination could be introduced against COVID-19 without any evidence indicating it could save lives, an expert warns today. More

19/10/2020 - Drugs disappointment triggers call for COVID-19 investment
The world will need to pump billions more into COVID-19 studies after a series of disappointing drug trials, experts have said. More

14/10/2020 - COVID-19 triggers permanent hearing loss
A case of permanent hearing loss linked to COVID-19 infection has been confirmed in a UK patient. More

18/09/2020 - Public 'need to be reassured about genomic testing'
More work is needed to raise levels of public trust in how genomic data is used, according to the largest undertaken yet about attitudes towards genomic research. More

04/09/2020 - World falling behind on non-communicable diseases
Most of the world is falling behind on promises to tackle chronic and non-communicable diseases – and the COVID-19 pandemic has made this worse, according to a major analysis. More

28/07/2020 - Plan to eliminate infant HepB infection
A new drive is launched today to end infection of infants with hepatitis B after the success of a 20-year project to cut rates. More

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