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Infection control market expected to reach €26.63bn by 2025

Infection control market expected to reach €26.63bn by 2025

Analysis has shown that the infection control market is expected of reach in excess of USD €26.63bn by 2025. The infection control market expected to...
Mental Health Awareness Week: COVID-19 mental health research

Mental Health Awareness Week: COVID-19 mental health research

Mental Health Awareness week takes place from 18 – 22 May, and, during the COVID-19 crisis ensuring good mental health is more important than...
UK Government pledges £600m for infection control in care homes

UK Government pledges £600m for infection control in care homes

Boris Johnson has today pledged £600m in funding for infection control in care homes. Speaking at Prime Minister’s Questions today, the British Prime Minister, Boris...
Research to look at immune system’s seasonal ability to fight a virus

Research to look at immune system’s seasonal ability to fight a virus

Groundbreaking new research will be investigating the immune system’s ability to fight viruses as the seasons change. The research will investigate if an immune system...
immune cell in action

The ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ of immune cells

Scientists from Trinity College, Dublin have identified a rare, new cell in the immune system with 'Jekyll and Hyde' properties. These cells play a key...
Partnership to reduce sepsis in the UK

New partnership announced today is set to reduce the impact of sepsis in the UK

Beckman Coulter, the global leader in clinical diagnostics, announces today its partnership with South West London Pathology (SWLP) to reduce the impact of sepsis in...
Young people with IBD more likely to develop serious infections

Young people with IBD more likely to develop serious infections

A first of its kind study analysed almost 2,700 IBD patients to understand the respective roles of IBD activity and drugs in promoting systemic...
Individual case of rare monkeypox disease confirmed in the UK

Individual case of rare monkeypox disease confirmed in the UK

Monkeypox is a rare viral infection that does not spread easily between people. Public Health England (PHE) have confirmed an individual case of the rare...
Ancient medical remedy: using manuka honey in surgery

Ancient medical remedy: using Manuka honey in surgery

As the antibiotics resistance crisis continues, researchers are looking for replacements that can help to prevent in infection. One solution to antibiotic resistance could be...
Revealed: the deadly superbugs lurking in your make-up bag

Revealed: the deadly superbugs lurking in your make-up bag

Could your make-up kill you? A new study has revealed that superbugs could be lurking in your cosmetic bag. The vast majority of in-use make-up...
Do you think digital health solutions can eliminate healthcare-associated infections?

Do you think digital health solutions can eliminate healthcare-associated infections?

Despite dedicated efforts, the healthcare industry still struggles to tackle issues such as healthcare-associated infections – but could digital health solutions eliminate this issue? According...
Electrochemical therapy: the 'shocking' new way to treat infections

Electrochemical therapy: the ‘shocking’ new way to treat infections

New research from the University of Pittsburgh's Swanson School of Engineering, USA, introduces revolutionary electrochemical therapy designed to treat infections. Titanium has multiple properties that...

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