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19/9/17 - Brain scientists form International Lab
A major international collaboration will seek new understanding of the brain, it was announced today. More

19/9/17 - Budget cigarettes ‘killing’ infants
The sale of budget cigarettes across Europe has contributed significantly to infant mortality, researchers warned today. More

19/9/17 - Ethics anniversary honoured
This week has marked a major anniversary in the development of medical ethics and the drive to prevent doctors taking part in abuses such as those perpetrated in the early 20th century. More

18/9/17 - Robot assistance for uterus transplants
Swedish surgeons have begun using robot-assisted procedures to perform uterus transplants, it has been announced. More

18/9/17 - Immune system reveals virus weak spot
Southampton scientists may have made a breakthrough in fighting a major group of viruses by identifying a weak spot known to the human immune system. More

15/9/17 - Poor diet and heart disease the world’s health problem - analysis
Ischaemic heart disease is now the leading cause of premature mortality in most regions of the world – while “unhealthy” diets are linked to 20% of deaths, according to a major analysis published today. More

15/9/17 - Hormone treatment backed for PCOS
Hormone treatments are safe and effective to use for polycystic ovary syndrome, according to the results of a small trial conducted in Spain. More

14/9/17 - Immunotherapy option for breast cancer care
Hundreds of breast cancer patients could benefit from immunotherapy targeted at unusual genetic changes, British researchers have reported. More

14/9/17 - Chemo ear protection plan
A new research project is underway to help avoid hearing loss caused by the chemotherapeutic drug cisplatin, often used to treat childhood cancers. More

13/9/17 - Diet and exercise improve asthma
A healthy diet and taking more exercise can benefit people with asthma, even if they are of a healthy weight, a European conference will hear today. More

13/9/17 - Gene test may be needed for diabetes type 2
Genetic screening may be needed to identify people at raised risk of type 2 diabetes, researchers reported last night. More

12/9/17 - Doubts over pregnancy alcohol harm
There is “surprisingly limited” evidence that drinking alcohol during pregnancy is harmful, according to an analysis published today. More

12/9/17 - Obesity cannot be “metabolically healthy”
The term “metabolically healthy obesity” should no longer be used because it misleads individuals into believing that obesity can be healthy, British researchers say today. More

12/9/17 - Genetic variation behind type 1 diabetes development
A specific genetic variation could lead to late onset type 1 diabetes, a European conference hears today. More

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