Internal Medicine News
  • Cancer drug: New treatment halts tumour growth

    Added On : 25th June 2020

    A drug that could stop cancer cells repairing themselves has shown early signs of working.

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  • Scientists discover powerful antibiotic using AI

    Added On : 23rd February 2020

    In a world first, scientists have discovered a new type of antibiotic using artificial intelligence (AI).

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  • Landmark study to transform cancer treatment

    Added On : 9th February 2020

    More than a thousand scientists have built the most detailed picture of cancer ever in a landmark study.

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  • Landmark study to transform cancer treatment

    Added On : 6th February 2020

    More than a thousand scientists have built the most detailed picture of cancer ever in a landmark study.

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  • Immunotherapy offers hope for men with prostate cancer

    Added On : 1st December 2019

    Immunotherapy offers hope for men with prostate cancer

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  • Complementary cancer therapies 'do more harm than good'

    Added On : 18th November 2019

    Cancer patients should tell their doctors if they are taking herbal products because some of the ingredients could stop their treatment working, a cancer conference has heard.

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  • Cancer research: Scientists seek clues to how disease 'is born'

    Added On : 22nd October 2019

    British and American scientists are teaming up to search for the earliest signs of cancer in a bid to detect and treat the disease before it emerges.

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  • Is red meat back on the menu?

    Added On : 6th October 2019

    A controversial study says cutting down on sausages, mince, steak and all other forms of red or processed meat is a waste of time for most people.

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  • Life-saving organ transplant opportunities being missed

    Added On : 5th September 2019

    As many as 2,500 more organs could be made available for transplant in the UK if families spoke more openly about donating after death, says the NHS Blood and Transplant organisation.

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  • Cancer 'biggest middle-age killer in rich nations'

    Added On : 4th September 2019

    Cancer now causes more deaths among the middle-aged in higher-income countries than cardiovascular disease, a study suggests.

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