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Antibody tests may give false hope of immunity, health experts warn

Antibody tests may give false hope of immunity, health experts warn

Whole genome sequencing can improve diagnosis and treatment of patients with rare diseases

Whole genome sequencing can improve diagnosis and treatment of patients with rare diseases

Research reveals pressures facing young carers during COVID-19

Research reveals pressures facing young carers during COVID-19

UQ superbug drug discoveries will be fast-tracked under international research deal

UQ superbug drug discoveries will be fast-tracked under international research deal

Avacta provides update on Affimer therapy for COVID-19 infection

Avacta provides update on Affimer therapy for COVID-19 infection

School initiatives can help children in social care perform better

School initiatives can help children in social care perform better

56 percent of pregnant women in UK hospitals with COVID-19 are BAME

56 percent of pregnant women in UK hospitals with COVID-19 are BAME

Discovery of new killing mechanism could help design improved teixobactin-based drugs

Discovery of new killing mechanism could help design improved teixobactin-based drugs

Expert warns that UK employers may face legal action over COVID-19 exposure

Expert warns that UK employers may face legal action over COVID-19 exposure

The ‘eureka moment’ of rapid COVID-19 test inventor

The ‘eureka moment’ of rapid COVID-19 test inventor

Study focuses on how older adults manage distress

Study focuses on how older adults manage distress

Occupational risk for COVID-19

Occupational risk for COVID-19

Panasonic team develops prototype breathing devices to help hospitalized COVID-19 patients

Panasonic team develops prototype breathing devices to help hospitalized COVID-19 patients

Study: Older people with persistent pain in rural areas face challenges in accessing healthcare

Study: Older people with persistent pain in rural areas face challenges in accessing healthcare

HDR UK announces £3.4m health data initiative to benefit patients

HDR UK announces £3.4m health data initiative to benefit patients

Keele University scientist urges WHO to change its official definition of osteoporosis

Keele University scientist urges WHO to change its official definition of osteoporosis

Training program for GPs led to 30-fold increase in DVA referrals

Training program for GPs led to 30-fold increase in DVA referrals

Indian physicians’ petition puts focus on race risks in the wake of COVID-19

Indian physicians’ petition puts focus on race risks in the wake of COVID-19

New study to explore the concept of child to parent abuse

New study to explore the concept of child to parent abuse

Newly launched clinical trial can help treat COVID-19 patients

Newly launched clinical trial can help treat COVID-19 patients