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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...

“Omigod, omigod you guys!”: Musical Medics’ dazzling performance raises £3500 for charity

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The Musical Medics Society stunned audiences with three performances of the musical rendition of the classic chick-flick to raise over £3500 for charity. Following eight weeks of...

A Nobel Prize-worthy treatment for cancer

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The 2018 Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded to two immunologists for their groundbreaking work on cancer immunotherapy. ...

Chinese scientists clone monkeys in world first

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Two identical long-tailed macaques have been created using the same technique that was used to create Dolly the sheep, explains Ng Yi Min....

Surgeon claims to have completed the world’s first head transplant

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Tom Atkinson casts doubt on the potential success of this ambitious procedure....

Is there a link between Schizophrenia & Immunology?

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Resident Science writer Ng Yi Min explores new research on this mental health condition....

Genome Sequencing to Cost Less than $1000

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Huge advancements have been made in the field, but is it worth blowing your student loan on? Jack Coles thinks not....

Groundbreaking Foetal Surgery Developed

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A 23-week old foetus has had corrective surgery whilst still in the womb, explains Christopher Little....

Ultrasound Used to Treat Parkinson’s Tremors

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New study shows ultrasound therapy could help Parkinson's patients, explains Jack Coles....

How Graphene Tattoos Will Help Medicine

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Al Ridley discusses the wide reaching potential of this innovative technology....