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A new study from the University of Birmingham has helped provide novel understanding into how to select antigens to target in vaccines or new treatments against bacterial infections.
Thousands of UK children undergo unnecessary appendix surgery each year in the NHS, a new study reveals.
Smartphone apps used as 'early warning systems' for skin cancer are poorly regulated and frequently cannot be relied upon to produce accurate results, according to new analysis by experts at the University of Birmingham.
The College of Medical and Dental Sciences has recently completed a major upgrade transforming derelict space into a new, vibrant and modern research facility.
Dr Shishir Shetty has been awarded a £1.4 million Advanced Clinician Scientist Fellowship from Cancer Research UK to further his research into liver cancer.
Researchers at Tommy's National Centre for Miscarriage Research say giving progesterone to women with early pregnancy bleeding and a history of miscarriage could lead to 8,450 more babies being born each year.
Radioactive iodine is to be recommended as the frontline treatment for patients with thyroid gland overactivity following an evidence review led by University of Birmingham researchers.
A LifeArc Philanthropic Fund project grant of £420,826 has been received by Dr Sovan Sarkar for translational research in rare diseases.
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