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9/10/20 - Pandemic widens gaps in access to abortion services
The COVID-19 pandemic has widened the gaps that exist in accessing abortion services across Europe, according to a review published today. More

9/10/20 - CRISPR/Cas9 pioneers win Nobel Prize
Two scientists whose work has revolutionised the treatment of haematological diseases have been awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry. More

8/10/20 - Long COVID clinics promised
England is to have a network of long COVID clinics aimed at identifying and providing treatment for the syndrome, it has been announced. More

8/10/20 - Pregnancy complications linked to increased heart disease risk
Some pregnancy complications are associated with a heightened risk of heart disease in later life, according to an analysis published today. More

8/10/20 - Genomic surveillance reveals re-emergence of yaws
Genomic surveillance has revealed the re-emergence of the bacterium that causes yaws, scientists have announced. More

7/10/20 - Ablation cuts atrial fibrillation dementia risk
Patients with atrial fibrillation are at a reduced risk of dementia if they undergo catheter ablation, researchers report today. More

7/10/20 - Anaesthesia aerosols smaller than feared
Anaesthesia procedures may not pose as much risk of COVID-19 transmission as had been feared, according to a British study. More

6/10/20 - 'Game changer' paediatric neuroblastoma drug trial announced
A recently developed drug could be a “game changer” treatment for children with neuroblastoma, it was announced today. More

6/10/20 - Long COVID guideline to be developed
A guideline on the persistent effects of COVID-19, known as Long COVID, is to be developed by NICE, the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN), and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). More

6/10/20 - No evidence of antiviral benefit against COVID-19 - major trial
A powerful antiviral drug combination has proved ineffective in treating COVID-19 infection, according to the latest findings from a major study. More

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