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New device could lead to improvement in personalised medicine

A new device to identify and organise human cells could improve understanding of molecular mechanisms and boost personalised medicine. Developed at University of Exeter's Living...
Mental disorder diagnosis breakthrough could offer personalised treatment

Mental disorder diagnosis breakthrough could offer personalised treatment

A breakthrough study has provided new insights into the biological basis of mood disorders, such as depression and bipolar, that offers a promising blood...
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Scotland allocates £500,000 for treatment of neurological conditions

The government of Scotland has allocated nearly £500,000 in funding for 17 projects specialising in the treatment of neurological conditions. The investment, which totals £492,535,...
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PELC introduces GP service for the homeless

The Partnership of East London Cooperatives (PELC) is working with Redbridge Clinical Commissioning Group to provide a GP outreach service that offers health checks...
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Bridging gaps in mental health care with mobile apps

Over the last couple of years, people have become more aware of the importance of mental health care, a lot of this is due...
Hepatitis B hope as new test offers improved diagnosis and management

Hepatitis B hope as new test offers improved diagnosis and management

A report describes a new and powerful laboratory tool that may improve the diagnosis and treatment of hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection. The technique can simultaneously...
Discover CUTISS’ personalised, automated skin tissue therapy

Discover CUTISS’ personalised, automated skin tissue therapy

CUTISS’ CEO Dr Daniela Marino explains the world of automated skin tissue therapy, focusing on the company’s next important milestone: clinical validation. Showcasing CUTISS’ personalised,...
Discover the self-testing pathway for patients with long term heart conditions

Discover the self-testing pathway for patients with long term heart conditions

According to researchers, a self-testing pathway for patients receiving treatment for long term heart conditions in Manchester, UK, has significantly increased the quality of...
How pre-filled syringes are helping to deliver the personalised drug revolution

How pre-filled syringes are helping to deliver the personalised drug revolution

With ‘novel’ biologic and personalised drugs being used to treat and cure chronic ailments, discover how pre-filled syringes are set to gain high traction...
Revolutionising personalised cancer treatment with targeted therapy

Revolutionising personalised cancer treatment with targeted therapy

My Personal Therapeutics announces funding and secures exclusive Mount Sinai School of Medicine Technology license, bringing targeted therapy to transform personalised cancer treatment. My Personal...
Health Europa talk digital medicine and digital health companies

Health Europa talk digital medicine and digital health companies

With many digital health companies involved in mergers & partnerships, and with a positive shift in the world of digital medicine and health, significant...

A mobile decision facilitator for oncology treatment

Christophe Vergne and Jean-Alexandre Kaminisky had known each other for a decade, working as competitors for many years, but they thought it was time...
Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging: MetaboliQs Project breakthrough

Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging: MetaboliQs Project breakthrough

The MetaboliQs project combines diamond-based quantum sensing and cardiac magnetic resonance imaging fostering molecular understanding & personalised care. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) methods have been...
Steam treatment used to tackle benign prostate enlargement

Steam treatment used to tackle benign prostate enlargement

The NHS has presented a new breakthrough procedure using steam that shrinks the enlarged prostate gland, making the treatment of benign prostate enlargement less...
All you need to know about the 13th Congress of the European Hip Society

All you need to know about the 13th Congress of the European Hip Society

The 13th Congress of the European Hip Society is two just months away, where experts in orthopaedic surgery will discuss the latest hip diagnostics...
New gene therapy could treat children with Hunter disease

New gene therapy could treat children with Hunter disease

A new stem cell gene therapy approach has been developed by a team at the University of Manchester, UK, which could help treat children...
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How is data integrity changing?

David Thompson of Clarity Compliance Solutions Ltd explains why data integrity is not just about data risk assessments. The issue of data integrity (DI) has...
New approach to immunotherapy treats unresponsive breast cancer

New approach to immunotherapy treats unresponsive breast cancer

A new approach to immunotherapy developed by researchers at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) has resulted in a positive response in a once unresponsive...
Treating Type 2 diabetes in elderly and frail adults is focus of new guidance

Treating Type 2 diabetes in elderly and frail adults is focus of new guidance

New guidance has been published which focuses on how to manage the treatment of Type 2 diabetes in the elderly, including for the first...
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Aarhus University shares the merits of computational medicine

The Health Technology Program at Aarhus University applies computational biology to investigate the heterogeneity of tumours Increasing computational power combined with enhanced access to imaging...

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