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23/10/20 - India trial finds limited effectiveness from convalescent plasma
Using convalescent plasma to treat moderately ill COVID-19 patients did not reduce severity of the illness or risk of death, according to the findings of a small clinical trial published today. More

22/10/20 - COVID-19 vaccine trials do not assess severe disease
Mass vaccination could be introduced against COVID-19 without any evidence indicating it could save lives, an expert warns today. More

21/10/20 - Asthma treatments linked to bone health
Some asthma treatments may be linked to a raised risk of osteoporosis and fracture, researchers warn today. More

21/10/20 - Measures to prevent dementia 'cost-effective'
Interventions for preventing dementia in England could be cost-effective, saving over a billion pounds per year, and could significantly reduce dementia rates, according to a new analysis. More

20/10/20 - Hospitalised COVID-19 patients suffer symptoms for months
Many hospitalised COVID-19 patients were still experiencing symptoms of breathlessness, fatigue, anxiety and depression up to three months after contracting the virus, according to a new study. More

19/10/20 - Drugs disappointment triggers call for COVID-19 investment
The world will need to pump billions more into COVID-19 studies after a series of disappointing drug trials, experts have said. More

19/10/20 - Blood groups linked to COVID-19 risk
Two new studies have explored how blood groups are associated with risk of infection and severity of disease from SARS-CoV-2 infection. More

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