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Funding for brain tumour research drops despite Government commitments

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A leading expert in childhood cancer at The University of Nottingham says a decrease in the UK's spend on brain tumour research has come as a shock after 20 years of campaigning to get this rare but deadly form of cancer out of the 'orphan' disease category.
Date:
18/07/2016

Nottingham professor wins national charity 'thank you' award

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Professor Lelia Duley of Nottingham University has been honoured by Bliss, the premature and sick baby charity, for her work to improve the early care given to babies born very prematurely (before 32 weeks gestation) and their families.
Date:
14/07/2016

Major Cystic Fibrosis Survey Launched

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Major Cystic Fibrosis Survey Launched
Date:
16/06/2016

Major Cystic Fibrosis Survey Launched

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Major Cystic Fibrosis Survey Launched
Date:
09/04/2016

Have your say and help to shape future research into cystic fibrosis

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Patients with cystic fibrosis, their families and health professionals are being offered the opportunity to shape future research into the condition through the launch of a new online survey.
Date:
01/04/2016

Children's Brain Tumour Research Centre welcomes parliamentary report into underfunding of biggest cancer killer among under 40s

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Experts in children's brain tumours have today welcomed an historic parliamentary report which says funding for brain tumour research is inadequate in the UK and not given sufficient priority.
Date:
15/03/2016

Clinical trial confirms safety of inducing mothers aged 35 and over to avoid stillbirth and other complications

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A large clinical trial to assess the benefits or otherwise of inducing labour in pregnant women of 35 years or older has found there was no significant effect on the rate of caesarean sections and no adverse effect on the mother and newborn baby.
Date:
03/03/2016

Stress can activate brown fat

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Stress can activate the body's natural fat-fighting defences, a study by experts at The University of Nottingham has revealed.
Date:
11/02/2016
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