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Combination of anastrozole and a synthetic hormone called goserelin may slow male breast cancer growth

Combination of anastrozole and a synthetic hormone called goserelin may slow male breast cancer growth

Researchers discover new cell structures

Researchers discover new cell structures

Unbelievable - three die from tuberculosis in the UK

Unbelievable - three die from tuberculosis in the UK

Sperm donor passes rare dangerous disease on to four children

Sperm donor passes rare dangerous disease on to four children

Gene "CGI-58" linked to rare disease activates fat breakdown

Gene "CGI-58" linked to rare disease activates fat breakdown

New orthostatic hypotension treatment reduces symptoms without causing high blood pressure

New orthostatic hypotension treatment reduces symptoms without causing high blood pressure

Promising treatment for Huntington's disease soon to be tested clinically

Promising treatment for Huntington's disease soon to be tested clinically

New test for detecting small amounts of proteins in the blood

New test for detecting small amounts of proteins in the blood

Drug shortfall as more than 5,000 conditions need medication

Drug shortfall as more than 5,000 conditions need medication

5,000 rare diseases need drugs, but Europe only approves a handful each year

5,000 rare diseases need drugs, but Europe only approves a handful each year

PET and MR imaging reveals white matter degeneration in Huntington's

PET and MR imaging reveals white matter degeneration in Huntington's

Intensive support programmes help children with rare diseases

Intensive support programmes help children with rare diseases

Source of crucial immune cell in the skin discovered - may lead to tumor immunotherapy

Source of crucial immune cell in the skin discovered - may lead to tumor immunotherapy

X-linked agammaglobulinemia

X-linked agammaglobulinemia

Extremely infectious pneumonia-like disease slips through body's immune system

Extremely infectious pneumonia-like disease slips through body's immune system

Only 10 percent of doctors have ever heard of fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva

Only 10 percent of doctors have ever heard of fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva

Should the NHS continue to pay for drugs for rare diseases?

Should the NHS continue to pay for drugs for rare diseases?

Researchers reveal basis for hereditary coproporphyria

Researchers reveal basis for hereditary coproporphyria

Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome in children may be helped by cancer drugs

Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome in children may be helped by cancer drugs

Blocking Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome (HGPS) with anticancer drugs

Blocking Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome (HGPS) with anticancer drugs