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Nov
21
Essex resident praises clinical research for giving him back quality of life

Clinical research study offers an alternative treatment to dialysis for Essex patient

Nov
21
Essex resident praises clinical research for giving him back quality of life

Clinical research study offers an alternative treatment to dialysis for Essex patient

Nov
20
Primary teachers have 'higher psychological distress' than other professional groups

Primary school teachers experience higher levels of clinically significant distress than people in comparable professions, according to the first study to make the comparison over a sustained time period.

Nov
20
Aspirin and omega-3 reduce pre-cancerous bowel polyps

Both aspirin and a purified omega-3, called EPA, reduce the number of pre-cancerous polyps in patients found to be at high risk of developing bowel cancer, according to new research.

Nov
20
NIHR supports development of a universal blood plasma filtration system

The NIHR has funded new research to produce a filter that will allow patients to receive blood plasma transfusions without having to wait for plasma that matches their blood group.

Nov
20
Yorkshire and Humber strong region for eye disease research

Yorkshire and Humber is one of the highest-performing regions for eye disease research studies through the NHS over the last eight years, with almost 9,000 participants involved in Ophthalmology studies in the region.

Nov
20
Eye disease patients have more opportunity than ever to take part in NHS research studies

A new paper published today highlights how some 76 per cent of hospitals in England now offer patients the opportunity to take part in studies of eye disease to improve research and innovation

Nov
20
East Midlands eye disease patients help drive innovative research developments

As eye disease research across the East Midlands continues to grow, experts call for a new strategy and greater funding to help patients now and in the future.

Nov
20
Low-cost drugs could offer hope for prevention of bowel cancer

Both EPA, a purified omega-3, and aspirin reduce the number of pre-cancerous polyps in patients found to be at high risk of developing bowel cancer, according to NIHR-funded research.

Nov
20
Eye disease patients have more opportunity than ever to take part in NHS research studies

A new paper published today highlights how some 76 per cent of hospitals in England now offer patients the opportunity to take part in studies of eye disease to improve research and innovation