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10/7/20 - Pandemic getting worse - WHO
The COVID-19 pandemic is "getting worse," the World Health Organisation has warned, as the global curve shows little sign of flattening. More

10/7/20 - Different treatment needed for non-smoking lung cancer patients
Lung cancer in non-smokers is a different disease from that found in smokers and is likely to require different treatment, a new study published last night has found. More

9/7/20 - Healthy diet linked to reduced diabetes risk
Eating a diet with generous portions of fruit, vegetables and whole grain foods is associated with a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, according to two studies published today. More

9/7/20 - Anger as virus-stricken US quits WHO
A leading medical charity has condemned as "highly irresponsible" the latest steps by US president Donald Trump to leave the World Health Organisation. More

8/7/20 - Hope for new motor neuron disease therapy
Interleukin-2 is a potential treatment for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, also known as motor neuron disease, French researchers have reported. More

8/7/20 - IVF rate of cerebral palsy falling
New figures suggest that the rate of cerebral palsy among children conceived by in vitro fertilisation has fallen by over half in the last 20 years. More

8/7/20 - Could an anaemia drug help COVID-19 patients?
Scientists are investigating whether a common anaemia drug, erythropoietin, could become an effective treatment for COVID-19. More

7/7/20 - Genetic variant behind cause of adult deafness
Thousands of adults are at risk of deafness because of a common inherited genetic variant, researchers report today. More

7/7/20 - Fertility success for young female cancer patients
Young women who have to undergo cancer treatment can successfully give birth if they store their eggs and embryos, fertility experts heard yesterday. More

7/7/20 - Warning as HIV medication stocks run low
Dozens of countries are running out of HIV medicines because of disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

6/7/20 - Hair test could revolutionise IVF
A single hair might provide a test for women seeking information about their fertility, an on-line conference was set to hear today. More

6/7/20 - New warnings on pandemic cancer care delays
As many as 18,000 people may lose their lives to cancer because of treatment delays during the pandemic lockdown, according to the latest research, revealed today. More

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