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21/2/20 - Parkinson's decline link to iron in brain
An MRI technique can detect patterns of iron accumulation in the brain – and is showing promise as a way of diagnosing Parkinson's disease, researchers report today. More

21/2/20 - New CRISPR technique hope for CF patients
Biologists in The Netherlands have shown for the first time that a new type of CRISPR gene editing can safely cure cystic fibrosis in stem cells derived from patients. More

20/2/20 - Coronavirus entry spike uncovered
Scientists have made a key discovery in the search for a COVID-19 vaccine, showing why the virus is so infectious, it was announced last night. More

20/2/20 - Dementia projections for Europe
The number of people living with dementia in Europe will continue to increase, even though the rate of diagnosis is decreasing, according to a new analysis. More

20/2/20 - Antibiotic risk in pregnancy
Taking macrolide antibiotics in pregnancy may be linked to subsequent birth defects, researchers warned today. More

19/2/20 - Global failure on child health
The world is failing to protect the health of its children, according to a major report published today. More

19/2/20 - Frozen eggs before chemo lead to baby
The first baby has been born to a woman using eggs frozen prior to treatment for breast cancer, it has been announced. More

19/2/20 - Statins may help prevent ovarian cancer
Statins may have a protective effect on the risk of developing ovarian cancer, British researchers reported last night. More

18/2/20 - Cancer studied at cellular level
British scientists have unveiled new techniques that enable them to study the interactions of cancer cells at cellular level. More

18/2/20 - The diseases linked to measles
Adults unprotected against measles may present with a range of illnesses if the virus suppresses the immune system, doctors warned today. More

17/2/20 - Hancock pledges to take on anti-vaxxers after mumps surge
Anti-vaccine campaigners have been blamed for a surge in cases of mumps in the UK in the last year. More

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