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Ipswich Star
Drop in nursing students at University of Suffolk partly blamed on Government’s withdrawal of bursariesreveal. Paul Driscoll-Evans, head of health sciences at the University of Suff
Ipswich Star / Posted 2 days ago
reveal. Paul Driscoll-Evans, head of health sciences at the University of Suffolk. Picture: CONTRIBUTED Changes in Department of Health policy, which came into force in August 2017, mean most health students who would have previously had... Read more
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New Kerala
More than half of new cancer drugs may not work, study finds - newkerala news #277943were judged to offer a clinically meaningful benefit, they added. Author Husey
New Kerala / Posted 14 days ago
were judged to offer a clinically meaningful benefit, they added. Author Huseyin Naci, assistant professor in LSE's Department of Health Policy, said, "It is remarkable that so few cancer drugs enter the European market without any clear... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Majority of recent cancer drugs approved for use in UK show no survival benefits, study findsindividual patients may be harmed and public funds wasted.” Fellow author Huse
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
individual patients may be harmed and public funds wasted.” Fellow author Huseyin Naci, Assistant Professor in LSE’s Department of Health Policy, said: “It is remarkable that so few cancer drugs enter the European market without any clear... Read more

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