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20/5/22 - Genes can predict response to arthritis treatment
Molecular profiling can help to predict the effectiveness of specific drug treatments on rheumatoid arthritis, British researchers have reported. More

20/5/22 - Vaccine 'urgently needed to tackle respiratory syncytial virus'
A vaccine for respiratory syncytial virus is urgently needed because the infection is responsible for more than 100,000 deaths in young children a year, experts say today. More

19/5/22 - Vaccination after COVID could decrease risk of long COVID
Long COVID symptoms could be alleviated in some people through vaccination, researchers report today. More

17/5/22 - Treatment hope for cognitive symptoms in Parkinson's disease
Ultra-powerful 7T MRI scanners could help to identify those patients with conditions such as Parkinson's disease who would benefit from new treatments for cognitive symptoms that were previously untreatable, British researchers report today. More

17/5/22 - E-cigarettes as effective as patches for pregnant women
E-cigarettes can help pregnant women to stop smoking and are as safe as nicotine patches, according to new UK research. More

16/5/22 - Robot-assisted surgery boost for bladder cancer care
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