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Novel trial implements suspended animation in humans

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Maud Webster on a groundbreaking trial that aims to put humans in suspended animation during emergency conditions ...

Gut bacteria linked to increased bowel cancer risk

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Louise Elliott on a new kind of bacteria that has been linkedto increased incidence of bowel cancer....

UCAS reveals higher medical applicants

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Carl Smith Valdez on the higher number of applicants for medicine and allied courses and if it will help alleviate the NHS' ongoing crisis ...

Spider-man inspired alternative to surgical stitches?

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Patryjca Ubysz details new research on a new revolutionary adhesive for wet tissues and devices...

Cure at last for cystic fibrosis

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Patrycja Ubysz talks about newest drug on the market for cystic fibrosis...

Chicago by the Musical Medics: review

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I’m not a fan of musicals. Yes, I learnt all the words to Cats and Joseph at primary school, and I had a bit of a High School Musical phase, but that’s as far as my...

And the Nobel Prize winner is….

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To many known as the most prestigious award, to many the biggest dream and a lifetime commitment. The Nobel Prize week began last Monday, and since, we will get to know the...

Survival rates of Advanced Skin Cancer soar with novel treatment

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Louise Elliott discusses changes in the treatment for melanomas that are improving survival rates. ...

Anti-retroviral drugs can prevent the transmission of HIV, study finds

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Could we be close to ending the HIV pandemic that has plagued the world for half a century?...

MDMAybe a cure for the future

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On 8th February, a talk was held titled “Trauma, MDMA and Psychedelic Therapy: A New Paradigm for Psychiatry”, organised by Students for Sensible Drug Policy, the Neurological...