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3/7/20 - Reluctance to call 999 linked to stroke deaths
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3/7/20 - How the virus is becoming more infectious
The COVID-19 virus has become more infectious in the course of the pandemic – but not more lethal, according to a major new genomic analysis. More

2/7/20 - 'Major weaknesses' in COVID-19 antibody tests
The COVID-19 antibody tests have major weaknesses, according to a review of the latest international research published today. More

2/7/20 - 'Hidden' illnesses in people with type 2 diabetes
More than three-quarters of people with type 2 diabetes in England also have at least one physical or mental health condition, a new study has revealed. More

1/7/20 - Promising new heart valve developed
A new type of replacement heart valve could free patients from needing to take long-term medication, British developers say. More

1/7/20 - Asymptomatic clues to Covid-19 spread
The Covid-19 virus spreads because of the large number of people who never develop symptoms from infection, according to two major new studies. More

30/6/20 - Warning on new swine flu threat
Pigs in China carry a flu virus with potential to cause pandemic in humans, researchers warned last night. More

30/6/20 - New drugs tested for SARS-Cov-2 treatment
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