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7/10/21 - Malaria vaccination given green light
The world’s first vaccination programme against malaria is to be launched following the success of trials, it has been announced. More

7/10/21 - 'Game changing' technology promising for cardiac patients
Implantable heart technology could be “game-changing” for monitoring cardiac patients, especially when they are at high risk of dying, a study has found. More

6/10/21 - Hospitalisation risk remains low with mRNA COVID vaccine
Two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for COVID-19 are 90% effective against hospitalisation due to all variants for at least six months, according to the latest analysis. More

6/10/21 - Novel ventilator could widen access in poorer countries
Scientists have developed a cheaper form of mechanical ventilator to treat patients with respiratory diseases including COVID-19. More

5/10/21 - Wireless kit a good alternative 'glue ear' treatment
A wireless kit with an app might be a cheap alternative to the usual treatment for glue ear and could avoid the need for surgery, developers report today. More

5/10/21 - Constipation drug can improve memory and cognition
A drug that treats constipation could also be a useful treatment for cognitive problems in patients with mental illness, according to a new study. More

4/10/21 - Link found between genital warts and the immune system
A link has been discovered between genital warts and the part of the immune system that helps to regulate immune responses, a conference has heard. More

4/10/21 - Promising portable device for at-home skin cancer treatment
A home device has been developed that can reduces pain levels during basal cell carcinoma treatment - while achieving results as good as those as a hospital stay, a conference has heard. More

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