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medicine Tag Archive

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....

Can We Stop the Antibiotic Resistance?

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Resistant bacteria is the greatest threat to modern medicine, Orestis Katsoulis discusses how we can fight back....

Could Modern Science Make Frankenstein’s Monster?

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Science Editor Jack Coles ponders Mary Shelly's monstrous creation....

Could Artificial Intelligence Improve Breast Cancer Detection?

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AI has a bad rep, but it can be put to good use, explains Ng Yi Min....

We Need to Talk About Antibiotic Resistance

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Drug-resistant bacteria could destroy modern medicine, warns Orestis Katsoulis....

Mythbusters: Do you really need your appendix?

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Is it pointless? Is it evil? Or just misunderstood? Science writer Ng Yi Min unravels myth from truth......

Soapboxes

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Comment's home of rants; weird, wonderful, weekly....

Understanding life, death, and cryogenics

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Scientific procedures shouldn’t replace acceptance of mortality, writes Emma Bancroft....