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Hospitals will be ranked on how they spend their money in a bid to reduce a “profligate and scandalous waste of money” across the NHS.

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Scientists have discovered 80 genes linked to schizophrenia, offering hope for the development of improved treatments.

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Advaxis and MedImmune are collaborating on an immuno-oncology project to trial a potential cancer treatment.

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AstraZeneca has unveiled its designs for a new global R&D centre and corporate headquarters in Cambridge which will bring together AstraZeneca’s small molecules teams and biologics research of its MedImmune unit.

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Total Orphan Drugs invites all UK-based life science professionals to their monthly biopharma industry meet-ups.

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GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has stopped its melanoma drug trial early after strong results to date were recorded.

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A new report claims pharmacists are “key to the survival of the NHS” and should be a first point of contact for patients with certain health issues.

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An over-the-counter malarial drug could prevent liver cancer and shrink established tumours, British scientists have found.

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The latest NICE guidelines have lowered the threshold for statin usage, recommending 40% of adults be prescribed the drugs to cut deaths from stroke and heart attacks.

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A survey into child health in Northern Ireland has warned that obesity is rising and must be tackled to prevent future health issues.

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Scientists have identified two genes that prompt bowel cancer cells to become resistant to drugs, raising hopes for potential new treatments.

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