Top Medical News & Ideas This Week

By: MedicalSearch
09 March, 2020

This week: Breathing life into diabetes clinical guidelines - Could cancer immunotherapy success depend on gut bacteria? - Ingham’s Institute celebrates women in science - and more.

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Chief Medical Officer coronavirus update

Professor Brendan Murphy outlines the Federal Government’s response and future plans to support GPs amid the ongoing outbreak. -


Future-ready solutions at Medical Fair Asia

The three-day exhibition is set to showcase more than 12,000 healthcare products and innovations for the hospital, diagnostic, pharmaceutical, medical and rehabilitation sectors from more than 1200 exhibitors from 60 countries and regions. -


Breathing life into Australian diabetes clinical guidelines

Living guidelines that incorporate new evidence as it becomes available have the potential to overcome some of the limitations inherent in static guidelines. -


Could cancer immunotherapy success depend on gut bacteria?

A study by researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center and the University of Chicago suggests exactly that, revealing that gut bacteria can penetrate tumor cells and boost the effectiveness of an experimental immunotherapy that targets the CD47 protein. -


World-class medical research organisation Ingham’s Institute celebrates women in science

The health of Sydney’s southwest welcomed a special boost recently with an incredible $430,000 raised for world-class medical research at a special luncheon. -


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