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8/2/19 - Measles poses growing threat to Europe
The numbers infected with measles across Europe trebled last year despite improvements in immunisation rates, it has been announced. More

8/2/19 - Women researchers fight odds to highlight sex differences
Only a minority of biomedical studies provide an analysis by sex – and often this is only because there are women researchers involved, researchers report today. More

7/2/19 - New backing for HPV screening
The cervical screening programme in the UK will be more efficient when it switches to testing for HPV, researchers say today. More

7/2/19 - Heart protection from psoriasis drugs
Treating patients for severe psoriasis also helps reduce their cardiovascular disease risk, researchers have reported. More

6/2/19 - Win for football fitness drive
A gender-specific initiative for increasing men’s health has been found to be effective across several different European countries, researchers report today. More

6/2/19 - Chronic disease link to inactivity
Physical inactivity may be creating a further, avoidable health risk for people living with chronic disease, British experts have warned. More

5/2/19 - Oesophageal cancer genes mapped
More than half the mutations that cause oesophageal adenocarcinoma could be targeted by drugs currently in trials for other cancer types, according to research published in Nature Genetics last night. More

5/2/19 - Largest map of human Alzheimer's brain published
The largest dataset into the human brain affected by Alzheimer’s disease has been published, paving the way for new research into dementia. More

5/2/19 - Largest gut bacteria database launches
Scientists have discovered more than 100 new gut bacteria as part of a project to create the biggest database of its kind, it was announced last night. More

4/2/19 - Early detection theme for World Cancer Day
Early diagnosis and screening are the key themes of World Cancer Day, which takes place today. More

4/2/19 - Skin cancer hijacks the immune system
Invasive skin cancer releases molecules that reprogramme healthy immune cells, enabling the disease to spread, British researchers have reported. More

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