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7/2/20 - Global study pinpoints cancer's genetic changes
A major international genetic study has identified many of the early mutations that lead to cancer years later, it was announced last night. More

7/2/20 - Female genital mutilation "costly" - WHO
Some countries are risking up to a third of their health budgets by failing to tackle female genital mutilation, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

5/2/20 - Immune-targeting drug hope for MS
Irish researchers have raised new hopes for a new class of drugs that are being tested for treatment of multiple sclerosis. More

5/2/20 - New gene links to Alzheimer's
Certain genetic variants may reduce an individual’s likelihood of developing Alzheimer’s disease, British researchers report today. More

4/2/20 - Global survey reveals 'unacceptable cancer awareness divide'
A global survey into people’s experiences, views, and behaviours around cancer has revealed an "unacceptable" divide when it comes to awareness of the disease. More

4/2/20 - Campaigners urge Government to act faster on air pollution
The Government has a “once in a generation opportunity” to tackle air pollution, campaigners say today, warning that millions are at risk. More

4/2/20 - Bespoke vaccines could reduce serious bacterial disease
Rates of disease caused by the bacterium Streptococcus pneumoniae could be substantially reduced if changes are made to vaccination programmes, according to a study published today. More

3/2/20 - UK pumps cash into coronavirus vaccine
The UK is to pump £20 million into efforts to develop a fast-track vaccine against the Wuhan coronavirus, it was announced today. More

3/2/20 - Database for categorising life-supporting genes launched
A new open access database that categorises the genes essential for supporting life has been published – and it could be used to identify mutations for rare childhood diseases, developers say. More

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