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Link In to the online realm

Tweet The internet has laid to rest the Yellow Pages and snail-mail, alleviated the need for stacks of photo albums and shelves of tomes of encyclopaedia, and it is now

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Positive future for the HIV-positive

Tweet It’s been 30 years since the virus causing AIDS was discovered. In this time we have come a long way to combat the spread of HIV and prevent deaths

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The cancer vaccine

Tweet The idea of a vaccine to prevent cancer has been the source of much debate. Dr Mbulaiteye and Dr Buonaguro describe the development of vaccines over the years, the

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Technology applies

Tweet Where once stacks of dictionaries and tomes of encyclopaedia contained all the information, today the answer to every question can be found on mere inches of screen. Virginia Jordan

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Midwives essential in research

Tweet Midwives cater for millions of women through pregnancy, labour and care for their newborn, making midwifery is an essential part of healthcare. However, not much of the research surrounding

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Splice-Cast appoint new UK distributors for unique unbreakable speculum

Splice-Cast manufactures top-quality, competitively priced “Products For The People Who Care” in the UK. Due to the increasing popularity of the unbreakable Ultraspec speculum in primary and secondary healthcare markets,

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Eurosurgical’s CERVIX COAGULATOR

Often referred to as a Cold Coagulator, the device provides aimed and dosed coagulation of benign cervical lesions at a temperature between 60-120ºC. This rapid, effective and well tolerated treatment

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Mammograms in every dimension

Three-dimensional (3D) mammograms could offer substantial improvements in cancer detection and reducing false positives when used in conjunction with traditional two-dimensional (2D) mammograms. A team of Italian and Australian researchers,

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Targeted, adaptive radiotherapy against cervical cancer

Image-guided brachytherapy can deliver very high doses of radiation, which prevent the tumour from growing in over 90 percent of cervical cancer patients, with fewer side-effects than standard radiotherapy,  researchers

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PhD sponsorship of £60,000 for chosen midwife

Cussons Mum & Me has announced a new Research Fellowship where they will provide sponsorship of £60,000 to support a midwife through a PhD. The Royal College of Midwives and