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15 January 2020

Sir Jackie Stewart: F1 is Hastening Race to Dementia Cure

Formula 1’s ability to find quick solutions is hastening the race to find a cure for dementia, believes three-time world champion Sir Jackie Stewart. Former F1 ...
13 January 2020

Lung Cancer Immunotherapy Proposals Rejected by NICE

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has rejected proposals to combine immunotherapy and chemotherapy for some adults with small cell lung cancer. It’s ...
10 January 2020

Academy of Medical Sciences Calls Future of Patient Care into Question

A new study from the Academy of Medical Sciences has called into question the future of patient care, amid reports that research-active NHS staff lack ...
21 November 2019

The NHS Facing ‘Unprecedented Shortage’ of Lifesaving Medications

The NHS is facing running out of lifesaving medications, which help those who are suffering from cancer, heart conditions and epilepsy. Leaked Document In a 24-page document, ...
20 November 2019

Bioethics Expert Calls for Research into Genetically Modified Babies

A leading bioethicist from Abertay University in Dundee has called for research into genetically modified babies, saying that it is not only ethically justifiable, but ...
11 November 2019

NHS Digital Publishes Pharmaceutical Statistics for 2018/19

NHS Digital has published a comprehensive decade-long overview exploring the current state of general pharmaceutical services in England. Their report contains information on services provided by ...
5 November 2019

New Research Could Lead to New Treatments for Liver Disease

New research supported by NIHR Bristol Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) and NIHR Birmingham BRC have led to the discovery of new subtypes of cells linked ...
5 November 2019

Men at High-Risk of Prostate Cancer Encouraged to Get Checked

Men who are at a higher risk of developing prostate cancer should have extra checks from the age of 40, experts have said. Institute of Cancer ...
8 October 2019

NHS in Scotland Approves New Drug to Help Those With Lung Cancer

A new treatment that has the ability to help lung cancer patients has been approved by NHS Scotland. New Treatment The Scottish Medicines Consortium (SMC) has made ...
16 September 2019

Translational Research Schemes Boost UK’s Life Sciences Industry

The MRC’s first decade of translational research funding has led to £1.1bn private sector investment and new therapies for patients. A new report has found that ...

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    20 January 2020

    Med-tech firm receives £2.5m grant to further develop orthopaedic sensors

    Med-tech firm EnMovi has selected Glasgow as the location to ...
    20 January 2020

    Applying for the 2020 Clinical Excellence Awards

    ACCEA announces details of the timetable for applying for new ...
    20 January 2020

    Free period products for all schools and colleges

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    20 January 2020

    Med-tech firm receives £2.5m grant to further develop orthopaedic sensors

    Med-tech firm EnMovi has selected Glasgow as the location to ...
    20 January 2020

    Applying for the 2020 Clinical Excellence Awards

    ACCEA announces details of the timetable for applying for new ...
    20 January 2020

    Free period products for all schools and colleges

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