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Raja Sharif - Vaccine passports, technology and trust: is the NHS heading in the right direction?

Vaccine passports, technology and trust: is the NHS heading in the right direction?

With news this week that health leaders are making a plea for the government to unleash Plan B or face crisis over the winter...
Ground-breaking AI test could transform breast cancer diagnosis and treatment

Ground-breaking AI test could transform breast cancer diagnosis and treatment

Panakeia’s PANProfiler Breast assay - the world’s first AI software that can predict biomarker status from digitally imaged routine pathology samples - has received...
NHS Confederation calls for more measures to avoid a winter crisis

NHS Confederation calls for more measures to avoid a winter crisis

The NHS Confederation is calling for a ‘Plan B plus’ in a plea for the government to introduce measures, such as mandatory face coverings...

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New thinking will be required to adapt to the new normal life post COVID-19. I hate to start this article on a negative note, but...
New COVID-19 test reduces testing time from 30 minutes to five

New COVID-19 test reduces testing time from 30 minutes to five

University of Birmingham researchers have invented a COVID-19 test that reduces testing time from 30 minutes to under five, whilst still delivering accurate results. The...
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Study shows anti-parasitic drug ivermectin kills coronavirus within 48 hours

A collaborative study led by the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) with the Peter Doherty Institute of Infection and Immunity (Doherty Institute), a joint...

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