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17/7/20 - Widened cancer gene testing could save millions of lives
Broadening cancer gene testing for breast and ovarian cancer gene mutations is cost effective and could prevent millions of cases, new research published today claims. More

17/7/20 - T cells point to new viral vaccines
Patients who have recovered from COVID-19 infection may benefit from strong T cell immunity – and even victims of the common cold may enjoy some immunity, according to a significant new study. More

16/7/20 - ICUs seeing improved survival from virus
Intensive care units successfully cut mortality from the COVID-19 virus in the early stages of the virus, according to a major new analysis published today. More

16/7/20 - Vaccines showing promise - but is cholesterol drug the key?
The UK's Oxford vaccine project is showing promising results in its early stages of human testing, it was reported today. More

15/7/20 - Fewer radiotherapy doses safe in long term
Radiotherapy for breast cancer can sometimes be just as effective when given in fewer but larger doses, according to a new UK study. More

14/7/20 - Unfit middle-aged facing extra years of bad health
People in their 40s and 50s now are likely to suffer more years of ill health than those now in their 60s and early 70s, a new study has concluded. More

14/7/20 - Gene hope for children's bone cancer treatment
New genetic discoveries could lead to improved treatments for children with bone cancer – and save more lives. More

14/7/20 - Llamas provide anti virus nanobodies
Scientists have turned to llamas to generate a lab-engineered antibody treatment for the COVID-19 virus, it has been announced. More

13/7/20 - Heart abnormalities revealed in COVID-19 patients
Half of COVID-19 patients who had a heart scan in hospital were diagnosed with abnormalities in their heart function, a study reveals today. More

13/7/20 - Shame and sorrow as UK's clinician deaths topped only by Russia
The UK has suffered one of the highest loss rates of health and social care workers from the COVID-19 virus, according to a major global report published today. More

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