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Wednesday 18th October 2017

Innovation

Finnamore bought by GE Healthcare

8th January 2014

GE Healthcare is one of the world's largest health technology companies.

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Heroin and crack use falling

7th March 2013

Research suggests number of people in England using heroin and crack is falling.

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Brain can shield itself from stroke

25th February 2013

Researchers explain how a part of the brain can shield itself from damage caused by a stroke.

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Comment and Opinion

6th May 2011

Will we ever have an AIDS vaccine?

Almost 30 years after the virus was identified we can manage it, but a full-blown vaccine seems a long way off.

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7th October 2010

NHS Direct's future

The chair and chief executive speaks out about the future of NHS Direct.

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7th September 2010

Scrapping NHS Direct is not a good idea

NHS Direct is a system of reassurance for the worried middle classes.

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1st June 2010

Should research results be released early?

In The Times Dr Mark Porter discusses whether stories on early drugs trials give false hope.

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More Top Stories

5th February 2013

Camel urine may yield cure for cancer

Researchers in Saudi Arabia are waiting for approval to proceed with further trials of a substance extracted from camel urine.

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5th February 2013

Warning over skin check smartphone app

Dermatologists warn that smartphone apps that check people's moles are no substitute for a doctor.

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Pharmacists selling drugs illegally

Dog sniffs out C diff

People are living longer, but are sicker

HIV used in treatment for leukaemia

Heart patients helped by healthy diet

Bowel cancer breath test

Psoriasis drug may slow dementia

Other Top Stories

'Biological alchemy' a 'clever and sophisticated' technique

One in three try to diagnose online

Flu stretching hospitals in US

Dementia risk cut by beta-blockers

Coloured light sparks new treatments

Robotic arm controlled by thoughts

Pharmacists selling drugs illegally

Dog sniffs out C diff

People are living longer, but are sicker

HIV used in treatment for leukaemia

Press Releases

18th October 2016

Sharp rise in children contacting Childline about online porn

Relating to: NSPCC

6th June 2016

NSPCC calls for more action to support the mental health of babies and young children in care

Relating to: NSPCC

19th February 2015

Mayden awarded SBRI Healthcare bid

Relating to: Mayden

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More Features

Obesity 'tsunami' threatens world health

The number of obese people globally has nearly doubled in the past three decades.

Innovative ideas needed for better NHS

New ideas to help tackle some of the most challenging issues in healthcare are being called for.

Mental health tool showcased at British Science Festival

New GRiST software shown at the British Science Festival in Birmingham.

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