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Wales receives UK’s first proton beam machine

Proton Partners International (PPI), a Wales-based private company that provides innovative cancer care, has received the key component that will fire the UK’s first...

G20 health ministers agree to take on antibiotic resistance

Health ministers from the G20 major economies met for the first time and agreed to cooperate in tackling issues such as antibiotic resistance. They...

Scientists to test Zika virus against brain tumor cells

Scientists in the UK are planning to use and test Zika virus against brain cancer cells in an effort to find new ways in...

Way to create unlimited supply of healthy blood cells discovered

An innovative way to create an unlimited supply of healthy blood cells from blood-forming stem cells has been discovered by researchers at New York’s...

Superbug’s antibiotic resistance mechanism uncovered

Scientists involved in an international study led by Australia’s Monash University have made a significant discovery that moves the global fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria...

Pelican BioThermalunveils Series 22 Universal for CRT shipments

Pelican BioThermal, a global leader in cold chain and temperature-controlled packaging solutions for the life sciences industry, has launched its Series 22 Universal system...

Tai chi could help treat sleep loss in breast cancer survivors

Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in the US has found tai chi, a form of slow-moving meditation, to be just...

Improved AIDS drugs increase life expectancy of HIV patients in US, Europe

According to researchers, improved modern AIDS drugs – also known as antiretroviral therapy (ART) – have increased the life expectancy of young HIV-positive adults...

Major chocolate, candy companies agree to cut calories in sweets sold in US

Five major candy and chocolate companies have jointly agreed and committed to cut calories in many of their products sold in the US, marking...

Oxford University student develops synthetic retina for the visually impaired

A student from the University of Oxford in England has developed a soft, synthetic retina, offering the visually impaired a new hope. Until now, all...