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15/11/19 - Combination drug hope for some breast cancer patients
Some patients with HER2-positive breast cancer have responded well to the combination drug T-DM1, new research reveals today (15 November 2019). More

15/11/19 - Malaria drug target stops parasite entering liver
New drug targets that aim to stop malaria parasites entering the liver have been identified in the first study of its kind, it was announced yesterday. More

14/11/19 - Herbal risk to breast cancer patients
Patients with breast cancer are often tempted to turn to herbal therapies - but they may delay healing and interfere with treatments, a European conference will hear today. More

13/11/19 - Male cancer survivors may need hormone boost
Young male cancer survivors may benefit from treatment with replacement testosterone, British experts have reported. More

13/11/19 - Vaping risk of vascular damage
Scientists have made further discoveries into the damage that can be done by vaping, it was announced today. More

12/11/19 - Pneumonia is the forgotten 'epidemic'
Hospitals in England recorded 56,000 child emergency admissions for pneumonia in 2018 – up more than 50% on 2008, according to analysis by Save the Children and Unicef published today (12 November 2019). More

12/11/19 - Arts participation reduces poor health and inequality
Taking part in activities such as singing and dancing from a young age can reduce social inequalities and encourage healthy behaviour, according to the world’s largest review into the health benefits of the arts. More

12/11/19 - E-cigarette fluid linked to lung inflammation
Fluid found in e-cigarettes could cause a potentially life threatening lung inflammation, doctors warn today. More

11/11/19 - Icy VR experience may aid pain relief
Virtual reality immersion in Arctic ice may help relieve intense burning pain, according to British researchers. More

11/11/19 - Bariatric surgery effective for over-65s
Bariatric surgery is an effective procedure for patients over the age of 65, a UK conference has heard. More

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