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Transforming molecular discovery and technology innovations for patient benefit, novel training modalities and healthcare impact
A type of molecular ‘rabble-rouser’ that triggers pancreatic cancer to become aggressive and spread around the body has been identified by scientists.
Read Professor Darzi's interum report on Health and Social Care, setting out the challenges faced by the NHS and the social care system, including the need for a long-term funding settlement.
Early treatment for leg ulcers gets patients back on their feet.
New class of drugs could help tackle treatment-resistant cancers.
A new clinical study will test for the first time if MRI scans can be used for population screening to detect prostate cancer more accurately.
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