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New survey finds one in 10 IBS-D sufferers have suicidal thoughts

New survey finds one in 10 IBS-D sufferers have suicidal thoughts

A new study has revealed that 11% of people suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome with diarrhoea (IBS-D) have had suicidal thoughts when the condition...
CleanMed Europe 2018

The CleanMed Europe 2018 conference: discussing sustainable healthcare

As media partner for the event, Health Europa highlights the CleanMed Europe 2018 (CME18) conference in Nijmegen, Netherlands, and how it aims to promote...
Genes associated with risk of aggressive breast cancer identified

Genes associated with risk of aggressive breast cancer identified

A new study has discovered the genes associated with risk of an aggressive breast cancer known as triple-negative breast cancer, which will help provide...
Will a no-deal Brexit impact insulin supply getting into the UK?

Will a no-deal Brexit impact insulin supply getting into the UK?

Diabetes UK has responded to recent concerns from the chair of the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Authority (MHRA), Sir Michael Rawlins, that a...
Gender and BMI could help avoid harmful side effects in Type 2 diabetes

Gender and BMI could help avoid harmful side effects in Type 2 diabetes

Factoring in simple characteristics such as sex and BMI can help clinicians make a decision on the correct drug to prescribe and improve control...
This new blood test will speed up the diagnosis of cardiac troponin

This new blood test will speed up the diagnosis of cardiac troponin

A new sensitive blood test, which can help speed up the diagnosis of cardiac troponin when a patient first arrives at the emergency room,...
England to introduce opt-out organ donation system

England to introduce opt-out organ donation system

The UK Government has unveiled plans for an opt-out system for tissue and organ donation in England, in a move which it says will...
Vaccines for animal and human health

Vaccines for animal and human health

Vaccines are understood to be one of the greatest breakthroughs in modern medicine. Here, Health Europa explores how vaccines have benefitted not only humans...
Health Europa Quarterly discusses the latest health trends

Health Europa Quarterly discusses the latest health trends

Editor Kathryn Washburn introduces the sixth edition of Health Europa Quarterly, which features contributions from Dr Roberta Petrino, president of the European Society for Emergency...
Health management is not rocket science!

Health management is not rocket science!

Usman Khan, the executive director of the European Health Management Association, assesses the future for today’s European health manager. An oft-used phrase at the European...
The potential of advanced therapy medicinal products in Europe

The potential of advanced therapy medicinal products in Europe

Together, the European Commission and the European Medicines Agency are working to bring game-changing advanced therapy medicinal products to the patients who need them. So-called...
Strategies to improve patient outcomes in kidney transplantation

Strategies to improve patient outcomes in kidney transplantation

Professor Luuk Hilbrands, chair of the DESCARTES working group of the ERA-EDTA, discusses the hurdles that remain in kidney transplantation and how they might...

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