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6/7/18 - Risk-based breast screening would ‘reduce over-diagnosis’
Targeted breast-screening programmes that are based on women’s risk levels would be cost-effective and reduce over-diagnosis, researchers said last night. More

6/7/18 - Anticoagulant drugs prevented 4,000 strokes in a year
An increase in the number of people with atrial fibrillation taking anticoagulant drugs helped to prevent 4,000 strokes in England between 2015 and 2016, according to research published today. More

6/7/18 - Poor quality healthcare is a global concern – report
Poor quality health services are preventing improvements in health in countries at all income levels, a new joint report by the OECD, World Health Organisation and the World Bank has revealed. More

5/7/18 - NHS 70th celebrations under way
The UK was preparing to celebrate the 70th birthday of the NHS today – with continuing controversy about its achievements. More

5/7/18 - Sleep disorder-dementia link
New research findings are linking obstructive sleep apnoea and the development of dementia. More

4/7/18 - Eight million born through assisted reproduction
More than eight million babies have been born in the last 40 years through in vitro fertilisation and other modern fertility treatments, a European conference has heard. More

4/7/18 - Anti-miscarriage drug ineffective
There is no evidence of a benefit for a new drug that aims to prevent recurrent miscarriage, a conference has heard. More

4/7/18 - Assisted reproduction cancer links explained
Researchers studying cancer risk from fertility treatment have found no evidence of a causal link. More

3/7/18 - Testicular cancer study reveals high risk symptoms
A new analysis has pointed to the key symptoms of testicular cancer found in general practice. More

3/7/18 - New hope for DIPG treatment following research
Cancerous cells in an aggressive type of childhood brain tumour work together to infiltrate the brain, British researchers report today. More

2/7/18 - Patients waiting 29 hours for meningitis diagnosis
There are delays of more than 29 hours in undertaking diagnostic testing in some cases of suspected bacterial meningitis, according to new research. More

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