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12/7/19 - Treatment hope for combined breast and lung cancer drugs
Combining targeted drugs for breast and lung cancer could be used in patients with other tumour types to help them overcome treatment resistance, British researchers report today. More

12/7/19 - Down's syndrome leukaemia genes pinpointed
An Anglo-German joint project has identified dozens of genes that contribute to children with Down's syndrome developing leukaemia, it has been announced. More

11/7/19 - CRP test should be used for COPD - study
The CRP finger-prick test could be used in general practice to reduce antibiotic prescribing for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, researchers have reported. More

11/7/19 - Most new drugs have no proven benefit - claim
More than 50% of new drugs are approved with little evidence that they offer added benefits, researchers claim today. More

10/7/19 - Partial success for MERS prevention
The number of cases of Middle East Respiratory syndrome coronavirus has fallen worldwide in recent years. More

10/7/19 - Psychiatric diagnoses questioned
The labels placed on psychiatric disorders are unhelpful and do not support effective diagnosis, experts have claimed. More

9/7/19 - Air pollution linked to increased risk of COPD
Exposure to outdoor air pollution is linked to an increased risk of developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and to decreased lung function, a UK study reports today. More

9/7/19 - Immunotherapy hope for bowel cancer patients
Immunotherapy could benefit people who have stopped responding to a bowel cancer drug, according to a major new study. More

9/7/19 - New technique uses infrared to diagnose rheumatoid arthritis
Infrared light could be used to help detect and diagnose rheumatoid arthritis, thanks to a method developed by UK scientists. More

8/7/19 - Combination therapy improves advanced bowel cancer survival rates
A combination of targeted therapies can improve survival in patients with advanced bowel cancer and should replace chemotherapy, new data has revealed. More

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