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16/10/20 - Vaccine may help over 60s - but response weaker
A COVID-19 vaccine under development in China can induce antibody responses in elderly patients, researchers have reported. More

15/10/20 - New genes linked to developmental disorders
Scientists have identified 285 genes, including 28 newly associated genes, linked to developmental disorders, it was announced last night. More

15/10/20 - Study reveals heart risks after major surgery
One in five high-risk patients who undergo major, non-cardiac surgery develops one or more heart complications within a year, researchers report today. More

14/10/20 - COVID-19 triggers permanent hearing loss
A case of permanent hearing loss linked to COVID-19 infection has been confirmed in a UK patient. More

14/10/20 - Poor heart attack outcomes for younger women
Young women who experience myocardial infarction have worse outcomes than men, according to an analysis published today. More

13/10/20 - Novel map of immune cells developed
A novel map that charts how cells learn to fight microbes and then preserve a memory for future infections has been drawn up for the first time. More

13/10/20 - Appeal for new vaccine volunteers
An appeal was launched today for minority groups to sign up to take part in the UK’s trials of COVID-19 vaccines. More

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