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Bullying can affect adults as well – but help is out there

Bullying can affect adults as well – but help is out there

During Anti-Bullying Week much of the focus, quite rightly, has been on how the issue can affect children and young people. But it...

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New approach to treating type 1 diabetes aims to limit damage caused by our own immune system

New approach to treating type 1 diabetes aims to limit damage caused by our own immune system

Dr Frank Waldron-Lynch and team at the University of Cambridge have taken the first step towards developing a new form of treatment...

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The challenges of diagnosing pancreatic cancer: new pointers for clinicians. A blog from the Cancer Group at the Primary Care Unit

The challenges of diagnosing pancreatic cancer: new pointers for clinicians. A blog from the Cancer Group at the Primary Care Unit

Dr Fiona Walter and colleagues at the Primary Care Unit in the School of Clinical Medicine have written a...

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Dementia: Catching the memory thief

Dementia: Catching the memory thief

A feature from the University of Cambridge Today (September 21) is World Alzheimer’s Day, and over a hundred years since the first...

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Have you got an idea which needs support?

Have you got an idea which needs support?

Have you got an idea for a potential project but don't know how to get it started? Do you think you could solve a clinical problem with a...

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Changes in brain structure during teenage years provide clues to onset of mental health problems

Changes in brain structure during teenage years provide clues to onset of mental health problems

A feature from the University of CambridgeScientists have mapped the structural changes that occur in teenagers’ brains as they...

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