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5/7/19 - Cold virus could 'revolutionise' bladder cancer treatment
A strain of the common cold virus could potentially target, infect and destroy cancer cells in bladder cancer patients, British researchers report today. More

4/7/19 - Cannabis clinical trial urgent - MPs
The UK needs an "immediate" clinical trial established of the benefits of medicinal cannabis for intractable childhood epilepsy, MPs have said. More

4/7/19 - BRCA1 gene is a shape-shifter
The variant of the BRCA1 gene, which underlies increased risk of ovarian and breast cancer, has lost its ability to change shape and repair DNA, researchers have reported. More

3/7/19 - Cancer risk from obesity rising
The cancer risk from obesity is growing every year and is overtaking other major risk factors, such as smoking, according to Cancer Research UK. More

3/7/19 - Flu threat from antibiotics
Changes in the gut bacteria caused by antibiotics may increase the risks from flu infection by weakening the immune response, scientists have warned. More

2/7/19 - How cancer super-drugs fail
Super-drugs designed to target common gene faults in cancers may have wildly varying effects depending on the type of disease, British researchers report today. More

2/7/19 - Mental health problem for Parliament
British MPs have high rates of mental health problems – and low awareness of where to get help, according to a study published today. More

1/7/19 - Ulcerative colitis two diseases
Genetic analysis has enabled doctors to divide ulcerative colitis into two types of disease, which respond differently to drugs, it has been announced. More

1/7/19 - LGBT women at risk from fake news, conference told
Lesbian women are being put at risk by a "harmful myth" that they cannot contract cervical cancer, campaigners have warned. More

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