Category: Diseases

Inspiring collaborations across the North which have helped patients and NHS staff cope with the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic have been recognised in the NHS in the North Excellence in Supply Awards 2021. The event was staged on an…

DAM HEALTH TO SUPPORTGROUNDBREAKING COURSETOTRAINSCIENTISTS OF THE FUTURE    One of the UK’s leading technology educators and innovators CREDERSIhave teamed up with Covid testing solutions company DAM Health  to create the world’s first virtual reality Covid-19 lab training syllabus.    The move is aimed at increasing the number of lab technicians…

Osmotex has developed the Osmotex Steriliser Technology that can make textiles and personal items virus and bacteria free. The company has now launched the first series of masks for early adopters at the crowdfunding platform Indiegogo. With the Covid-19 outbreak…

Artificial Intelligence reduces workload strain, patient waiting time and gives Radiologists a heads up on urgent cases – improving care. October 5th 2020, Swindon, UK: Today, iDoc.ai an AI initiative of Teleglobal Consulting LTD (TCL) announced the availability of iBCS…

One influence of COVID-19 is its change to our lifestyle and perception on healthcare. Social distancing, limited medical resources and more attention to healthcare lead to a move from centralized hospital to remote patient monitoring. In addition, the availability of…

The Union for International Cancer Control eagerly applauds the adoption of the World Health Organization’s Global Strategy towards eliminating cervical cancer as a public health problem. This is an unprecedented milestone for public health and UICC will work tirelessly with its members…

“Prior to this, there has been no book that depicts the human spirit from the COVID-19 crisis so vividly. It is truly a collective representation of the unity humanity has shown during the pandemic. Perhaps equally significant is that all proceeds…

COVID-19 is the UK’s largest public health crisis since World War II. There is an urgent need to identify why some patients with the virus do very well whereas others need to be admitted to intensive care and may die…

People who have completed consumer DNA test kits are being asked to take part in a study led by the University of Bristol and the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB) to find out whether it is possible to predict…

New data published today from an international registry reveals high rates of death and liver failure amongst people with liver disease who contract coronavirus. Alarmingly, more than a third – 36% of patients with cirrhosis who developed the virus died.…