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17/10/19 - Premature birth needs to be in specialist centres - study
Women facing premature labour should be enabled to give birth in hospitals with specialist neonatal intensive care units, researchers say today. More

17/10/19 - How GPs can respond to private gene test results
Doctors confronted by patients armed with the results of private gene testing should check for family genetic history that might support the claimed results, according to experts today. More

16/10/19 - Malaria gene clue to new vaccine
Scientists say they have discovered the genetic pathway by which the malaria parasite moved from gorillas and to infect humans. More

16/10/19 - Tobacco still biggest global cancer risk
Tobacco remains the single biggest cause of cancer deaths worldwide, according to a new global cancer atlas published today. More

15/10/19 - Cannabidiol trial for Parkinson's-related psychosis
A £1.2 million phase II trial is to begin early next year into the effectiveness of cannabidiol in people with Parkinson’s-related psychosis. More

15/10/19 - Women have poorer heart crisis treatment
Women receive poorer heart attack treatment than men, even when rates of diagnosis are the same, according to new research. More

14/10/19 - Jumping genes linked to development disorders
Jumping genes are behind the genetic changes in some patients with undiagnosed neurodevelopmental diseases, according to a new study. More

11/10/19 - Likely benefit for delayed cord clamping
Delayed clamping of the umbilical cord could reduce the mortality risk for premature babies, according to a new analysis. More

10/10/19 - Instability of Huntington gene
The genetic mutation associated with Huntington's disease is not stable, suggesting potential routes for intervention, British researchers revealed today. More

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