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Cervical cancer could be eradicated in three decades, experts claim

This article was taken from: https://www.biggleswadetoday.co.uk/news/health/cervical-cancer-could-be-eradicated-in-three-decades-experts-claim-1-8824236 By Laura Hutchinson at Biggleswade Chronicle Cervical cancer could effectively be eliminated from the UK in around three decades, experts have claimed. An estimated nine women are diagnosed with cervical

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Breakthrough for NHS as hundreds more men study nursing

This article was taken from: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/feb/24/nhs-breakthrough-more-men-study-nursing By Raj Soni at The Guardian Numbers of males – especially school-leavers – wanting to get on college courses are the highest in a decade The NHS has seen a significant rise

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Could we soon be able to detect cancer in 10 minutes?

This article was taken from: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/feb/24/the-10-minute-test-for-cancer-pioneering-methods-blood-test-detection-tumours-lung-breast-colorectal By Zoë Corbyn at the Guardian Pioneering methods are being developed to find traces of tumours quickly in small blood samples About seven years ago, researchers at the US DNA sequencing company Illumina started

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Viruses in the gut could kick-start type 1 diabetes development

This article was taken from: https://www.diabetes.co.uk/news/2019/feb/viruses-in-the-gut-could-kick-start-type-1-diabetes-development-96219079.html By Jack Woodfield Viruses that linger in the gut could potentially trigger type 1 diabetes in children, scientists have said. Research teams from the US and Australia have been investigating the effect of

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PTSD affects ‘one in 13 by age of 18’

This article was taken from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-47317891 By Alex Therrien Health reporter, BBC News One in 13 young people in England and Wales experiences post-traumatic stress disorder by the age of 18, the first research of its kind suggests.

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