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26/2/21 - COVID vaccination gives huge boost to post-infection immunity
Vaccination is acting as a booster dose for people already enjoying some protection against COVID-19 after exposure to the disease, British scientists reported last night. More

26/2/21 - Increased opioid agonist treatment could reduce drug deaths
Scaling up the use of opioid agonists could help to reduce drug-related deaths substantially, new international research claims. More

25/2/21 - Muscle pain not affected by statins
Muscle pain is not exacerbated by the use of statins, according to the results of a UK trial, published today. More

25/2/21 - New malaria genome data published
New genome variation data on more than 7,000 malaria parasites will help in the development of treatments, surveillance tools for malaria control and elimination, British researchers have reported. More

24/2/21 - Gene linked to ectopic pregnancy risk
Scientists have identified a gene which may be linked to the risk of ectopic pregnancy. More

24/2/21 - Drug-resistant bacteria spread rapidly during travel
International travellers are a high risk for transmission of drug resistant bacteria, according to a study published today. More

23/2/21 - How UK vaccination is saving many from the virus
The first dose of the first COVID-19 vaccine has cut risk of dying from the virus by three quarters among its first elderly recipients, according to “early data”, released yesterday. More

23/2/21 - Scientists close on genetic susceptibility to virus
Scientists may be close to developing tools to undertake genetic profiling of those who are most vulnerable to COVID-19 infection, it was announced today. More

22/2/21 - Spina bifida linked to random mutations
Spina bifida may be the result of random genetic mutations early in pregnancy, British scientists have found. More

22/2/21 - Warning on pancreatic cancer risks
Europe faces an increasing toll of deaths of women from pancreatic cancer – although the UK is doing better at containing the disease, experts warn today. More

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