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15/3/19 - Some kidney transplant recipients benefit from antiviral therapy
Antiviral therapy improves survival rates of kidney transplant patients infected with hepatitis B and C, French researchers reported last night. More

15/3/19 - Molecular patterns could 'predict breast cancer recurrence'
Examining molecular patterns could help to ascertain how breast cancer will develop and if it could return after treatment, British researchers have reported. More

14/3/19 - Gynaecologists to tackle fertility confusion
A summit of gynaecologists is to take place to help tackle widespread concern among women about the quality of information they receive about their fertility, it has been announced. More

14/3/19 - Plan to predict Parkinson's
Researchers have appealed for thousands of volunteers to help with a major project aimed at mapping the early development of Parkinson's disease. More

13/3/19 - Air pollution threat measured
Air pollution is a larger threat to global health than previously believed, researchers have warned. More

13/3/19 - Small cancer risk from infertility
Infertility in women is linked to a very small increased risk of cancer, new research suggests. More

13/3/19 - On-line aid helps men make prostate choices
An on-line calculator can give patients with prostate cancer a highly accurate prognosis – enabling them to choose whether to undergo treatment or not, British researchers announced last night. More

12/3/19 - Flu pandemic protection call from WHO
The world needs to step up preparation to protect the population from pandemic influenza, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

11/3/19 - PARP inhibitors could boost immunotherapy
PARP inhibitors could be combined effectively with immunotherapies to destroy tumours in several kinds of cancer, according to a joint Anglo-French project. More

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