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3/12/21 - Epithelial cell states distinguish between uterine cancers
Two epithelial cell states have been identified that can help to distinguish between types of uterine cancer, British researchers announced last night. More

3/12/21 - COVID-19 boosters increase immunity
Six different types of COVID-19 boosters are safe and increase immunity following vaccination with either the AstraZeneca or Pfizer-BioNTech jabs, British researchers report today. More

2/12/21 - Pandemic cuts HIV diagnoses
The UK saw a significant drop in new HIV diagnoses last year during the pandemic, according to new data. More

2/12/21 - New bid to prepare world for pandemics
The world needs a proper convention on how to manage and prevent pandemics, health ministers have agreed. More

2/12/21 - COVID infection link to maternal complications
Pregnant women with COVID-19 infection appear to be at increased risk of complications during their pregnancy and labour, new findings show. More

1/12/21 - Limited overlap in COVID infection risk and severity
The risk factors for COVID infection and severity of disease have "limited overlap," researchers report today. More

30/11/21 - Too few heart failure patients diagnosed early
Three quarters of people in the UK with heart failure could have been diagnosed sooner if they had received a simple, reliable blood test, a new report out today says. More

30/11/21 - Pandemic cycle of panic and neglect - Tedros
The world is stuck in a cycle of "panic and neglect" through countries failing to work together against COVID-19, the head of the World Health Organization has warned. More

29/11/21 - Syphilis circulating globally - new warning
Syphilis is "back" and is spreading globally, according to a major new study. More

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