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18/4/19 - Cure claim for SCID gene therapy
Gene therapy developed for babes with severe combined immunodeficiency may have successfully "cured" all of those who received treatment, doctors claimed last night. More

18/4/19 - Abandoned diabetes drug shows lymphoma promise
A drug abandoned as a treatment for diabetes may protect against the development of T-cell lymphoma, Scottish researchers have reported. More

17/4/19 - Breast cancer relapse test backed
A new blood test could detect breast cancer relapse two years earlier than imaging tests, British researchers have reported. More

17/4/19 - Astronaut experiment for spine health
A space medicine research programme could help develop treatments for spinal postural deconditioning, according to a UK-based team. More

16/4/19 - Global measles outbreak warning
Rates of measles have quadrupled this year globally, including in Europe, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

16/4/19 - Diabetes drug protects against kidney disease
A drug developed to help people with diabetes has been found to reduce heart failure, major cardiovascular events and protect against kidney failure. More

16/4/19 - Statins failing half of patients – but do they take them?
Half of patients prescribed statins do not achieve the necessary “healthy” cholesterol levels after two years of treatment, according to a new observational study. More

15/4/19 - Gut bacteria risk among young travellers revealed
Travellers under the age of 30 are at higher risk of contracting or carrying antibiotic-resistant bacteria in their gut if they stay in hotels or private accommodation in low and/or middle-income countries, a European conference heard last night. More

15/4/19 - Simpler hand-rub application as effective as WHO's
A three-step, 15-second technique for applying hand rub is as good at preventing infection as the more protracted WHO-recommended technique, a European conference has been told. More

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