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20/3/20 - Major gene study offers new insights into human diversity
British scientists have unveiled the most "detailed representation to date" of the diversity of the human genome. More

19/3/20 - Scepticism about Covid-19 vaccine speed
Analysts have warned that a vaccine for the Covid-19 virus could be a year away, in spite of the first vaccine going for phase 1 testing. More

19/3/20 - Open surgery for AAA, NICE concludes
Unruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms should usually be treated with open surgery rather than endovascular repair, according to the latest version of controversial guidelines published today. More

18/3/20 - Virus survives for days on plastic
The Covid-19 virus can last for days on many surfaces, according to a new analysis helping to explain its high infectivity. More

18/3/20 - E-cigarettes mostly not gateway to smoking
Teens who use e-cigarettes are not significantly likely to go on and smoke standard cigarettes, according to a new study. More

17/3/20 - Undocumented infection drives Covid-19 spread
The failure to screen and diagnose for the new coronavirus was a key cause of its early rapid spread across China, according to an analysis published last night. More

17/3/20 - Two types of type 1 diabetes
Children under the age of seven who are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes have a different type from those diagnosed at aged 13, researchers reported last night. More

16/3/20 - Research launched into diabetes and pancreatic cancer link
Two new research projects will examine the link between diabetes and pancreatic cancer, it has been announced. More

16/3/20 - Hancock denies herd immunity strategy
UK health secretary Matt Hancock has denied the government is pursuing a strategy of developing "herd immunity" amid growing criticism of its approach. More

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