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New Kerala
World's first baby born using DNA of three people - newkerala.com #125021not a race but a goal to be achieved with caution to ensure both safety and rep
World's first baby born using DNA of three people - newkerala.com #125021
New Kerala / Posted 2 hours ago
not a race but a goal to be achieved with caution to ensure both safety and reproducibility," Alison Murdoch, Professor at Newcastle University in Britain, was quoted as saying to bbc.com. Details of the new birth technique will be presented at... Read more
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iol.co.za
World's first 'three-parent baby' born in Mexicobut it is important that we still ask them.” Professor Alison Murdoch, head of
World's first 'three-parent baby' born in Mexico
iol.co.za / Posted 4 hours ago
but it is important that we still ask them.” Professor Alison Murdoch, head of the Newcastle Fertility Centre at Life, Newcastle University, who has been at the forefront of research in this area in the UK, also welcomed the announcement. “If... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
'Obesity gene' doesn't affect ability to lose weightis a growing global public health crisis. The study authors, led by John Mather
'Obesity gene' doesn't affect ability to lose weight
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 16 hours ago
is a growing global public health crisis. The study authors, led by John Mathers, a professor of human nutrition at Newcastle University in England, estimated that 2.1 billion adults worldwide are overweight or obese. The researchers said... Read more
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Northern Star
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ techniquebut it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ technique
Northern Star / Posted 16 hours ago
but it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of the Newcastle Fertility Centre at Life, Newcastle University, who has been at the forefront of research in this area in the UK, also welcomed the announcement. "If... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ techniquebut it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ technique
The Daily Mercury / Posted 16 hours ago
but it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of the Newcastle Fertility Centre at Life, Newcastle University, who has been at the forefront of research in this area in the UK, also welcomed the announcement. "If... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ techniquebut it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ technique
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 17 hours ago
but it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of the Newcastle Fertility Centre at Life, Newcastle University, who has been at the forefront of research in this area in the UK, also welcomed the announcement. "If... Read more
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Queensland Times
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ techniquebut it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ technique
Queensland Times / Posted 17 hours ago
but it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of the Newcastle Fertility Centre at Life, Newcastle University, who has been at the forefront of research in this area in the UK, also welcomed the announcement. "If... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ techniquebut it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ technique
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 17 hours ago
but it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of the Newcastle Fertility Centre at Life, Newcastle University, who has been at the forefront of research in this area in the UK, also welcomed the announcement. "If... Read more
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News Mail
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ techniquebut it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ technique
News Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
but it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of the Newcastle Fertility Centre at Life, Newcastle University, who has been at the forefront of research in this area in the UK, also welcomed the announcement. "If... Read more
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Daily Examiner
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ techniquebut it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of
World’s first baby born using new ‘three-parent’ technique
Daily Examiner / Posted 17 hours ago
but it is important that we still ask them." Professor Alison Murdoch, head of the Newcastle Fertility Centre at Life, Newcastle University, who has been at the forefront of research in this area in the UK, also welcomed the announcement. "If... Read more
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chroniclelive
Archives from the former Stannington sanatorium to form part of new playas part of the Writing the Century series. It is the work of Margaret Wilkinso
Archives from the former Stannington sanatorium to form part of new play
chroniclelive / Posted 19 hours ago
as part of the Writing the Century series. It is the work of Margaret Wilkinson, senior lecturer in creative writing at Newcastle University. Sue Wood, head of collections at Northumberland Archives, said, “We are thrilled that Margaret has... Read more
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chroniclelive
Are students good for Jesmond and do they really get on with locals?student board member role is currently free again but hopefully not for long. L
Are students good for Jesmond and do they really get on with locals?
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
student board member role is currently free again but hopefully not for long. Lack of continuity is a problem but Newcastle University works equally hard to forge happy relationships between students and residents. Many residents’ issues... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Kendal business student recognised for fantastic effortswith a Kendal office, have awarded James Jackson a prize for his commitment. J
Kendal business student recognised for fantastic efforts
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
with a Kendal office, have awarded James Jackson a prize for his commitment. James, who hopes to study accounting at Newcastle University was awarded the Lamont Pridmore Business Studies Student of the Year Award 2016. Karl Burrell, managing... Read more
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Daily Mail
Round One to Kate in face-off with Canada's First Ladyfor the royals since 2007. Used to date one of the couple’s communications staf
Round One to Kate in face-off with Canada's First Lady
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
for the royals since 2007. Used to date one of the couple’s communications staff. Studied at Bath’s Royal School before Newcastle University. Daughter of an Army major who died in 1986. Her mother is a vicar Maria Borrallo, 45. Spanish-born... Read more
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Daily Mail
Amazing stories of the women whose lives were transformed by one diet12 weeks, and my blood sugar levels returned to normal. I was thrilled, but it
Amazing stories of the women whose lives were transformed by one diet
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
12 weeks, and my blood sugar levels returned to normal. I was thrilled, but it wasn’t until I met Professor Roy Taylor, of Newcastle University, one of Europe’s leading diabetes experts, that I discovered why weight loss had produced such a... Read more
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Daily Liberal
3am pub curfew? What about a midnight cut-off for Dubbo hotelsthe key to its effectiveness was the same time being used by all late-night tr
3am pub curfew? What about a midnight cut-off for Dubbo hotels
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
the key to its effectiveness was the same time being used by all late-night traders. The results of a study undertaken by Newcastle University focusing on the nightlife of the central business district in Newcastle began the fight for a unified... Read more
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chroniclelive
Cash boost to help people to explore the natural beauty of KielderAgency will help deliver the project with the trust, with the support of Northu
Cash boost to help people to explore the natural beauty of Kielder
chroniclelive / Posted 4 days ago
Agency will help deliver the project with the trust, with the support of Northumberland National Park Authority and Newcastle University. Mike Pratt, chief executive of Northumberland Wildlife Trust, will take part in National Poetry Day on... Read more
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chroniclelive
'Serious crash' in Berwick — police have shut the A1167Castle, The Theatre Royal, Newcastle City Library, Newcastle Civic Centre, Nort
'Serious crash' in Berwick — police have shut the A1167
chroniclelive / Posted 4 days ago
Castle, The Theatre Royal, Newcastle City Library, Newcastle Civic Centre, Northumbria University City Campus East, Newcastle University Into Building, and Newcastle Sixth Form College. They were used as a symbolic welcome to international... Read more
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Daily Mail
Who’s who in the Kate and William's entourage?Nick Loughran before he moved on with Prince Harry’s assistant, Clara Madden, e
Who’s who in the Kate and William's entourage?
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Nick Loughran before he moved on with Prince Harry’s assistant, Clara Madden, earlier this year. Rebecca studied English at Newcastle University and went to work for Prince Harry’s charity, Sentebale, before earning her stripes as a producer’s... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'A good news story': don't blame your genes for your weightnot prevent people from losing weight, said the lead author of the study, John
'A good news story': don't blame your genes for your weight
Brisbane Times / Posted 5 days ago
not prevent people from losing weight, said the lead author of the study, John Mathers, professor of human nutrition at Newcastle University. "You can no longer blame your genes. Our study shows that improving your diet and being more... Read more
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WA Today
'A good news story': don't blame your genes for your weightnot prevent people from losing weight, said the lead author of the study, John
'A good news story': don't blame your genes for your weight
WA Today / Posted 5 days ago
not prevent people from losing weight, said the lead author of the study, John Mathers, professor of human nutrition at Newcastle University. "You can no longer blame your genes. Our study shows that improving your diet and being more... Read more
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Canberra Times
'A good news story': don't blame your genes for your weightnot prevent people from losing weight, said the lead author of the study, John
'A good news story': don't blame your genes for your weight
Canberra Times / Posted 5 days ago
not prevent people from losing weight, said the lead author of the study, John Mathers, professor of human nutrition at Newcastle University. "You can no longer blame your genes. Our study shows that improving your diet and being more... Read more
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chroniclelive
See the Newcastle 'mystery' lights from above as revealed in this drone footageCastle, The Theatre Royal, Newcastle City Library, Newcastle Civic Centre, Nort
See the Newcastle 'mystery' lights from above as revealed in this drone footage
chroniclelive / Posted 5 days ago
Castle, The Theatre Royal, Newcastle City Library, Newcastle Civic Centre, Northumbria University City Campus East, Newcastle University Into Building, and Newcastle Sixth Form College. The month of September has Newcastle expecting the... Read more
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Northern Echo
Region's universities among best in the worldsignificant investment, with more than £260m spent recently on campus upgrades.
Region's universities among best in the world
Northern Echo / Posted 5 days ago
significant investment, with more than £260m spent recently on campus upgrades. Durham University, the University of York, Newcastle University and Northumbria University were also recognised. Durham was ranked the highest of the North-East... Read more
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chroniclelive
What do Newcastle University's international students like about the city?Newcastle a week before their British counterparts. A week of activities has b
What do Newcastle University's international students like about the city?
chroniclelive / Posted 5 days ago
Newcastle a week before their British counterparts. A week of activities has been arranged for those moving to Britain and Newcastle University has released a video where a selection of its 6,000 international students reveal what they love about... Read more
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express
Geordies queuing for Kanye West Yeezy trainers FOUR DAYS before they go on saleselect few to pick up the limited quantity Adidas shoes. Related articles Amon
Geordies queuing for Kanye West Yeezy trainers FOUR DAYS before they go on sale
express / Posted 6 days ago
select few to pick up the limited quantity Adidas shoes. Related articles Among the first of many now waiting there were Newcastle University students, Jordan Clough and Alex Robson. Mr Robson, 21, who is studying architecture, said he currently... Read more
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New Kerala
Your genes may not be a barrier to weight loss - newkerala.com #122223physically active will help you lose weight, regardless of your genetic makeup,
Your genes may not be a barrier to weight loss - newkerala.com #122223
New Kerala / Posted 6 days ago
physically active will help you lose weight, regardless of your genetic makeup," said lead author Professor John Mathers at Newcastle University in Britain. Moreover, the response to weight loss interventions for people carrying the risk variant of... Read more
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The Age
'A good news story': don't blame your genes for your weightnot prevent people from losing weight, said the lead author of the study, John
'A good news story': don't blame your genes for your weight
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
not prevent people from losing weight, said the lead author of the study, John Mathers, professor of human nutrition at Newcastle University. "You can no longer blame your genes. Our study shows that improving your diet and being more... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'A good news story': don't blame your genes for your weightnot prevent people from losing weight, said the lead author of the study, John
'A good news story': don't blame your genes for your weight
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
not prevent people from losing weight, said the lead author of the study, John Mathers, professor of human nutrition at Newcastle University. "You can no longer blame your genes. Our study shows that improving your diet and being more... Read more
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chroniclelive
You can’t blame your genes if you don’t lose weight, Newcastle study findsof the FTO gene are known to be on average 3 kilos - 6.6lbs - heavier and 70% m
You can’t blame your genes if you don’t lose weight, Newcastle study finds
chroniclelive / Posted 7 days ago
of the FTO gene are known to be on average 3 kilos - 6.6lbs - heavier and 70% more likely to be obese. But Newcastle University academics, publishing in the British Medical Journal, report that in a review of eight studies involving... Read more
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Daily Mail
DNA is not to blame for piling on the pounds, scientists revealto begin with, the research reveals the same genes do not stop them losing the
DNA is not to blame for piling on the pounds, scientists reveal
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
to begin with, the research reveals the same genes do not stop them losing the excess John Mathers, who led the study at Newcastle University, said: 'You can no longer blame your genes. Our study shows that improving your diet and being more... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Medical cannabis could ease pain but substance has mental risks says Halton health chiefthe study Cannabis: The Evidence For Medical Use by Professor Michael Barnes, p
Medical cannabis could ease pain but substance has mental risks says Halton health chief
Liverpool Echo / Posted 7 days ago
the study Cannabis: The Evidence For Medical Use by Professor Michael Barnes, professor of neurological rehabilitation at Newcastle University, and Dr Jennifer Barnes, clinical psychologist at Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust. The... Read more
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Daily Mail
How a teaspoon of TURMERIC may ward off cancerthe experiment and afterwards. As well as looking at the methylation of their g
How a teaspoon of TURMERIC may ward off cancer
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
the experiment and afterwards. As well as looking at the methylation of their genes, we used another new test developed by Newcastle University to look at how well their blood cells were resisting inflammation. The hope was this would give us an... Read more
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International Business Times
Time to abolish the bedroom tax, Prime Minister?— they were cutting back on food and heating rather than not paying the rent,"
Time to abolish the bedroom tax, Prime Minister?
International Business Times / Posted 9 days ago
— they were cutting back on food and heating rather than not paying the rent," Clarke says. A 2015 study by academics from Newcastle University, based on a survey of 38 social housing tenants and 12 service providers, found evidence that the... Read more
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chroniclelive
Will grammar schools lead to a boom in home tuition?than those anywhere else in England, a study found, but that could change if Go
Will grammar schools lead to a boom in home tuition?
chroniclelive / Posted 9 days ago
than those anywhere else in England, a study found, but that could change if Government plans go ahead. Researchers from Newcastle University and NatCen Social Research institute found that 43% of children in London, where competition for school... Read more
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chroniclelive
Corbyn and Smith leadership battle could see cultural change in partywhich largely backs Corbyn and the Parliamentary Labour Party - its MPs - who d
Corbyn and Smith leadership battle could see cultural change in party
chroniclelive / Posted 10 days ago
which largely backs Corbyn and the Parliamentary Labour Party - its MPs - who do not. Political expert Dr Martin Farr of Newcastle University said: “It’s a big moment for the party, one of the most important in its history. Whoever ends up... Read more
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chroniclelive
Universities bring billions to the North — but more investment 'essential'first academic congregation of the summer. #NorthNewsAndPictures/2daymedia Pro
Universities bring billions to the North — but more investment 'essential'
chroniclelive / Posted 11 days ago
first academic congregation of the summer. #NorthNewsAndPictures/2daymedia Professor Chris Brink, Vice Chancellor, Newcastle University, said: “This report demonstrates the very significant positive contribution of the N8 Partnership across... Read more
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chroniclelive
Bill Bryson opens 'world class' childhood cancer research centre in Newcastlefacilities for tissue culture, cell sorting, bacteriology and microscopy. Read
Bill Bryson opens 'world class' childhood cancer research centre in Newcastle
chroniclelive / Posted 11 days ago
facilities for tissue culture, cell sorting, bacteriology and microscopy. Read More Professor Josef Vormoor, director of Newcastle University’s Northern Institute for Cancer Research, led the Future Fund campaign. He said: “It’s fantastic to see... Read more
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chroniclelive
Why do North East children need to go to America for neuroblastoma treatment?Research Centre officially opens in Newcastle this week, we spoke to neuroblast
Why do North East children need to go to America for neuroblastoma treatment?
chroniclelive / Posted 11 days ago
Research Centre officially opens in Newcastle this week, we spoke to neuroblastoma specialist Professor Debbie Tweddle of Newcastle University to find out why so many children are travelling to the US for treatment. Read More What is... Read more
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chroniclelive
Childhood cancer centre launch LIVE: Research centre to fight illness in young people opens at Newcastle Universitypictures, video and comments from the centre's launch A new multi-million poun
Childhood cancer centre launch LIVE: Research centre to fight illness in young people opens at Newcastle University
chroniclelive / Posted 11 days ago
pictures, video and comments from the centre's launch A new multi-million pound centre will open today that will see Newcastle University and the Great North Children’s Hospital lead the way in the fight against cancers affecting children and... Read more
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chroniclelive
Multi-million pound centre for childhood cancer to open in Newcastlepeople. Two years ago, the Future Fund campaign was launched to raise £5.5m to
Multi-million pound centre for childhood cancer to open in Newcastle
chroniclelive / Posted 12 days ago
people. Two years ago, the Future Fund campaign was launched to raise £5.5m to build new laboratories in the heart of Newcastle University’s campus that will attract world-renowned experts in the field. The centre will be officially opened by... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Washington State Book Award finalists announcedwho was born in Washington state and now lives in Salt Lake City, Utah (Lost Ho
Washington State Book Award finalists announced
The Seattle Times / Posted 12 days ago
who was born in Washington state and now lives in Salt Lake City, Utah (Lost Horse Press) “Tributaries” by Laura Da’, of Newcastle (University of Arizona Press) “Her Animals” by Emily Johnston, of Seattle (Hummingbird Press) “Reconnaissance” by... Read more
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Northern Echo
‘Queen of the Desert’s’ Redcar home in UK's top ten most historic buildings at risk listis needed.” Earlier this summer Ms Turley revealed the campaigners were in tal
‘Queen of the Desert’s’ Redcar home in UK's top ten most historic buildings at risk list
Northern Echo / Posted 12 days ago
is needed.” Earlier this summer Ms Turley revealed the campaigners were in talks with private owners and academics at Newcastle University had also taken an interest. Getrude Bell’s life story is being showcased at Kirkleatham Museum until... Read more
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PhysOrg
Promote legal alternatives to stop unlawful downloading, says studyaccording to new research. The study by academics from the University of East
Promote legal alternatives to stop unlawful downloading, says study
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
according to new research. The study by academics from the University of East Anglia (UEA), Lancaster University and Newcastle University found that the supposed benefit of online file sharing predicts unlawful behaviour, but not perceived... Read more
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Daily Mail
Thousands are having needless prostate treatmentthan in the past.’ Dr Matthew Hobbs, from Prostate Cancer UK, said the finding
Thousands are having needless prostate treatment
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
than in the past.’ Dr Matthew Hobbs, from Prostate Cancer UK, said the findings were ‘hugely positive’. And Professor Sir John Burn, of Newcastle University, said the findings were ‘valuable information for men faced with difficul... Read more
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iafrica.com
Prostate cancer options not beneficial?men have had to make treatment decisions based on non-comparative data." For J
Prostate cancer options not beneficial?
iafrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
men have had to make treatment decisions based on non-comparative data." For John Burn, professor of clinical genetics at Newcastle University, the study provides "valuable information for men faced with difficult choices." "The bottom line seems... Read more
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chroniclelive
First tanks - with Newcastle-made guns - used 100 years agoThis region’s contribution to the Great War and the ultimate victory was immens
First tanks - with Newcastle-made guns - used 100 years ago
chroniclelive / Posted 13 days ago
This region’s contribution to the Great War and the ultimate victory was immense. Indeed Dr Martin Farr, a historian at Newcastle University, says: “As a producer of both machines and men, no comparably-sized area in the world had greater impact... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Prostate cancer options show little difference in survivalmen have had to make treatment decisions based on non-comparative data." For J
Prostate cancer options show little difference in survival
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 13 days ago
men have had to make treatment decisions based on non-comparative data." For John Burn, professor of clinical genetics at Newcastle University, the study provides "valuable information for men faced with difficult choices." "The bottom line seems... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Prostate cancer survival rates equally high if you monitor disease rather than having surgery or radiotherapysuggests that around 15 per cent of patients currently take this option. Sir J
Prostate cancer survival rates equally high if you monitor disease rather than having surgery or radiotherapy
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
suggests that around 15 per cent of patients currently take this option. Sir John Burn, professor of clinical genetics at Newcastle University, said: “This is valuable information for men faced with difficult choices. “Many will conclude that... Read more
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chroniclelive
What are those strange lights in the sky above Newcastle?Castle, The Theatre Royal, Newcastle City Library, Newcastle Civic Centre, Nort
What are those strange lights in the sky above Newcastle?
chroniclelive / Posted 14 days ago
Castle, The Theatre Royal, Newcastle City Library, Newcastle Civic Centre, Northumbria University City Campus East, Newcastle University Into Building, and Newcastle Sixth Form College. What are they for? The spotlights began shining on... Read more
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