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18/9/20 - Public 'need to be reassured about genomic testing'
More work is needed to raise levels of public trust in how genomic data is used, according to the largest undertaken yet about attitudes towards genomic research. More

18/9/20 - Breast cancer patients should receive brain scans
Women with breast cancer should receive brain scans to ensure metastatic disease is identified while it is asymptomatic, according to a new analysis. More

17/9/20 - Why Dantu blood group protects against malaria
Scientists have uncovered the reason why the rare Dantu blood group helps to protect against malaria. More

17/9/20 - Pandemic left stroke survivors with avoidable disabilities - report
Tens of thousands of stroke survivors have been left with avoidable, unnecessary disability – and exacerbated mental health problems – because of delayed emergency calls and cancelled therapies caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a report published today. More

16/9/20 - UK sight charity report urges action
A new report has been released on the personal and economic costs of sight loss in the UK. More

16/9/20 - Joint replacement report shows “continued success”
An annual report has been released showing the outcomes of joint replacement procedures. More

15/9/20 - Molecule might restore brain and spinal cord function
A molecule has been created that might repair and restore brain and spinal cord function in mice with neurological disorders, it has been announced. More

15/9/20 - Pandemic places pressure on addiction services
The pandemic lockdown triggered a huge upsurge in heavy drinking – leaving addiction services ill-equipped to deal with the problems, psychiatrists say today. More

15/9/20 - Contraception cash scheme cut abortions
A scheme that rewarded GPs for promoting long-acting reversible contraception may have helped reduce abortion rates, according to a new study. More

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