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Painkiller celecoxib as safe as other prescribed NSAIDS, study finds

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A large-scale international study of thousands of arthritis patients has found the risks arising from prescribed use of some of the most common painkillers are relatively low, offering reassurance to doctors and patients.
Date:
12/10/2016

When digestive disease meets art – exploring your inner self

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How are your bowels?
Date:
14/09/2016

School of Medicine academic promotions 2015/16

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Congratulations to School of Medicine colleagues who have received academic promotions.
Date:
23/03/2016

Stem cell transplantation does not provide significant improvement for Crohn's disease, study finds

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A clinical trial to test the effectiveness of a stem cell therapy among adults with difficult to treat Crohn's disease has found it is not significantly better than conventional treatment in producing sustained disease remission after one year.
Date:
17/12/2015

Major projects to bring innovative pathology tests to patients for better treatment

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The University of Nottingham and Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust have won a substantial share of a £16m grant from The Medical Research Council (MRC) and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to develop molecular pathology tests which will help deliver better targeted, more effective treatments - known as 'stratified medicine' - across a wide range of disease areas.
Date:
28/07/2015
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