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22/5/20 - Study to look at Covid-19 impact on blood cancer patients
A new UK study is to be launched that will examine how patients who receive stem cell transplants for blood cancers and blood disorders react to severe Covid-19 infection. More

22/5/20 - 'Focus on blood clotting in Covid-19 patients'
There is an urgent need to focus on medications that address dangerous blood clotting in Covid-19 patients, according to a leading haematologist. More

22/5/20 - Immunotherapy hope for elimination of leukaemia stem cells
Hematopoietic stem cells can be selectively eliminated using immunotherapy instead of chemotherapy, a new Swiss study has revealed. More

21/5/20 - Music elicits different heart reactions in people
People’s hearts respond differently to the same piece of music, which could herald “personalised music prescriptions” for common ailments or to help people stay alert or relaxed, according to French researchers. More

21/5/20 - Alcohol harms should be part of Covid-19 recovery plans
Experts have called for action to help tackle the damage from drinking excess alcohol during the lockdown period. More

20/5/20 - Sniffer dogs successfully detect virus
Finnish researchers have reported successful training of a dog to detect Covid-19 infection. More

20/5/20 - Mental health concerns rising in European adolescents
A new Europe-wide report has reported the state of schoolchildren’s health in 45 countries, raising concerns about increasing problems with mental health. More

20/5/20 - Low pressure weather linked to chronic pain
A new study has investigated the widespread belief that the weather influences our health, in particular, that it can worsen chronic pain. More

19/5/20 - 'Dr Google' is unreliable
Online symptom checkers provide inaccurate diagnoses two thirds of the time, according to a new Australian study. More

19/5/20 - Dairy 'lowers diabetes and high blood pressure risk'
Two daily servings of dairy products – especially full-fat ones – are linked to reduced risks of diabetes and high blood pressure, according to a major international analysis reported today. More

18/5/20 - Link between Covid-19 and blood clotting "clear" - UK research team
Doctors in London, UK, say they have established a "clear link" between Covid-19 and clotting of the blood, confirming a range of previous studies suggesting significant impact on the cardiovascular system. More

18/5/20 - Stem cell hope for rare disease
A potentially revolutionary and “exciting” therapy for a rare brain disease has shown promise prior to a clinical trial, an international conference has heard. More

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