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30 Mar, 2018
March Issue 2018
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A 15 year old girl paralysed after alleged medical negligence – A 15 year old girl was paralysed after a procedure last November at United Christian Hospital that was meant to treat her acute transverse myelitis. In a press conference held recently, the girl’s family accused hospital staff of committing a series of medical errors, including the wrongful damaging of the girl’s artery while inserting a catheter into the vein, causing the girl to suffer a stroke...
23 Feb, 2018
February Issue 2018
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First human eggs grown in laboratory – Researchers at the University of Edinburgh have grown human eggs in a laboratory for the first time. This new technique is both an opportunity to explore the development of human eggs, as well as a possible door to new methods of preserving fertility for children who undergo cancer treatment. The technique requires further work in the future, however, with only 10% of eggs reaching maturity. It also remains unclear how viable the eggs are, given they have not yet been fertilized...
26 Jan, 2018
January Issue 2018
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Artificial intelligence developed for diagnosis of heart scans – Researchers from a hospital in Oxford have developed an artificial intelligence system that can diagnose heart scans much more accurately than cardiologists currently can. If confirmed, it will be free for NHS hospitals all over the UK. The results from this trial suggest that this system has the potential to save the NHS more than £300m a year.
22 Dec, 2017
Christmas Edition 2017 Issue 10
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Conference Report: Anti-Microbial Resistance – Our international conference on the highly important global issue of anti-microbial resistance was held on 9-10 November, with many insightful and informative presentations from eminent speakers all over the world.
01 Dec, 2017
December 2017 Issue 9
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Gene-editing attempted for the first time in human body – Gene-editing has recently been attempted for the first time within the human body. Through an IV, an individual with Hunter’s Syndrome received billions of copies of a corrective gene, together with genetic tools to cut his DNA in the right position. If the individual responds well to the procedure, a further nine patients will receive it as well...
01 Nov, 2017
November 2017 Issue 8
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Upcoming Events: Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance: Meeting the Global Challenge of AMR – Don’t miss our upcoming conference on the highly important issue of antimicrobial resistance! The two day conference will be held on 9-10 November, and will include presentations from eminent speakers all over the world.

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