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16/8/18 - Glioblastoma hope from Leeds tests
British scientists have identified a promising chemical treatment for aggressive brain tumours, it has been announced. More

16/8/18 - Possible liver failure prevention drug unveiled
A promising new treatment has been found for sudden liver failure, according to research reported last night. More

15/8/18 - Stroke death rates on the decline in Europe
Deaths from cerebrovascular diseases, such as stroke, have declined significantly in most European countries over the past 37 years, according to new research published today (15 August 2018). More

14/8/18 - E-cigarette 'link to COPD'
E-cigarettes may be more harmful than previously believed, British researchers warn today. More

14/8/18 - AI proves effective at eye diagnosis
Scientists have unveiled an artificial intelligence system that can identify more than 50 eye diseases as accurately as medical experts. More

13/8/18 - Militia threat to latest Ebola outbreak
The latest Ebola outbreak in central Africa is posing new problems because it is affecting a large urban area with multiple rebel groups operating on its fringes, health officials have warned. More

10/8/18 - Source of common kidney cancers discovered
The cancer cells responsible for the most common childhood and adult kidney cancers have been identified, British researchers announced last night. More

10/8/18 - Link between appendicitis and allergies
Children with allergies who undergo surgery for appendicitis are less likely to develop complicated appendicitis, a new study has shown. More

9/8/18 - Call for athlete cardiac screening to be stepped up
The number of young sportspeople at risk from undetected cardiac disease may be much higher than previously thought, according to a major UK study published last night. More

9/8/18 - Cell Atlas will transform research
A major UK project will create an Atlas of human cells, it was announced today. More

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