New gene therapy used to treat patients with a rare inherited eye disorder, 120,000 cancer patients left ‘in the dark’ about treatment, new rapid HIV testing kits are used in Glasgow, and there’s a call to stop spreading of ‘fake news’ around the Coronavirus.
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The tragic death of former Love Island presenter Caroline Flack has reignited widespread calls by the public for a drastically improved mental health service provision across the UK.
New HIV tests that provide results in minutes have been introduced in Glasgow to help tackle the worst outbreak of the infection in decades.
Efforts to stop people sharing fake news, misinformation and harmful advice on social media could save lives.
A new gene therapy has been used to treat patients with a rare inherited eye disorder which causes blindness.
Macmillan Cancer Support has revealed that as many as 120,000 patients a year feel that topics including treatments and side effects were not fully explained to them, making them feel “left in the dark”.
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