Allergy and Immunology News
  • Coronavirus: 'Infection here for many years to come'

    Added On : 22nd July 2020

    The UK will be living with coronavirus for many years to come and even a vaccine is unlikely to eliminate it for good, experts are warning.

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  • Coronavirus: Immunity passports 'could increase virus spread'

    Added On : 27th April 2020

    Governments should not issue so-called "immunity passports" or "risk-free certificates" as a way of easing lockdowns, the World Health Organization (WHO) says.

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  • Coronavirus: Spanish deaths fall for fourth consecutive day

    Added On : 7th April 2020

    The daily number of coronavirus deaths has fallen in Spain for a fourth consecutive day, boosting hopes the country has passed the outbreak's peak.

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  • Heart doctors 'held back stent death data'

    Added On : 19th February 2020

    Doctors working on a clinical trial for treatment of heart disease held back key data, Newsnight has been told.

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  • Gene therapy to halt rare form of sight loss

    Added On : 18th February 2020

    A new gene therapy has been used to treat patients with a rare inherited eye disorder which causes blindness.

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  • Peanut allergy drug approved by the US FDA

    Added On : 3rd February 2020

    The US has approved its first treatment for peanut allergies in children.

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  • Many at risk of flu this Christmas, experts say

    Added On : 17th December 2019

    Hundreds of thousands of people could have their Christmas ruined by flu, say England's top doctors, who are predicting a rise in cases.

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  • Severe allergic reactions rise in children in England over past five years

    Added On : 21st November 2019

    The number of children being admitted to hospital in England with a severe allergic reaction has risen every year for the past five years.

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  • Peanut-allergy therapy 'protection not a cure'

    Added On : 31st October 2019

    Treating peanut allergy with regular exposure to small amounts of the food is effective - but only if a patient stays on the therapy, a study suggests.

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  • Asthma carbon footprint 'as big as eating meat'

    Added On : 30th October 2019

    Many people with asthma could cut their carbon footprint and help save the environment by switching to "greener" medications, UK researchers say

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