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22/6/18 - Early TB gene test developed
An international research team has found a potential test to predict active tuberculosis in advance of symptoms developing. More

22/6/18 - Hope for treatment of adenocarcinoma of the lung
Scientists have reported promising results from an established anti-cancer drug for adenocarcinoma of the lung with a specific mutant gene. More

21/6/18 - MMR warning for student Euro-trips
Students planning European tours have been advised to ensure their MMR vaccination is up to date. More

21/6/18 - Cancer suicide link warning
Mental health is a crucial issue for patients diagnosed with the least treatable forms of cancer, a conference has heard. More

20/6/18 - How brain stimulation helps Parkinson's - Euro-conference
Subthalamic deep brain stimulation for Parkinson’s disease reduces falls risk and psychotic symptoms – but not the development of dementia, a conference has heard. More

20/6/18 - Concerns about over-70s breast cancer treatment
Women over the age of 70 may be under-treated for breast cancer, according to the findings of a major UK audit. More

19/6/18 - Infant tumour study pinpoints genes
A genetic study of soft tissue tumours that affect infants has pointed to several drugs that could improve treatment, researchers said last night. More

19/6/18 - Gaming joins new ICD
Gaming disorder is a new entry to the latest version of the international directory of diseases, it was announced yesterday. More

18/6/18 - Hay fever hits record levels
GPs have confirmed that seasonal allergic rhinitis has reached record levels this month. More

18/6/18 - How genetic screening improves lifestyle
A genetic screening programme has successfully persuaded thousands of people to make lifestyle changes, a European conference has heard. More

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