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IVF cuts defy national guidelines

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Meningitis vaccination plan for Hampshire schoolchildren

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NHS budget cuts leave sexual health services at ‘breaking point’

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Wales to adopt new regulations for blood donation

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NICE: GPs urged to create national autism register

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£1.3bn recruitment plan for mental health

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New antibiotic for gonorrhoea could be on the horizon
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New antibiotic for gonorrhoea could be on the horizon

In-vitro study shows promising results.

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Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine issues HCV guidelines

Recommendations for prenatal screening, management, and treatment.

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  • Clinical Essentials from Obstet Gynecol
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Vertical transmission of HIV does not increase with advancing gestational age

Women with low viral loads can be delivered at or after 40 wk gestation without increased morbidity.

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HPV vaccination around conception or in early pregnancy: what's the risk?

No apparent risk associated with inadvertent exposure.

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Big data identifies surprising connections between illnesses
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Big data identifies surprising connections between illnesses

The findings could change how certain diseases are treated in the future.

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MSF refuses to sign Mediterranean Code of Conduct
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MSF refuses to sign Mediterranean Code of Conduct

The organisation has voiced concern that aspects of the Code could impact on fundamental humanitarian principles.

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Doctors are guilty of medical fat-shaming and sizeism, experts say
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Doctors are guilty of medical fat-shaming and sizeism, experts say

Negative attitudes among medical providers can result in significant physical harm to patients.

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Junior doctors fight for equal rights during pregnancy
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Junior doctors fight for equal rights during pregnancy

The European Junior Doctors Permanent Working Group has set out "a minimum level of rights" which, it says, should be formalised collectively in each country.

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Burnout rates have reached ‘epidemic levels’
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Burnout rates have reached ‘epidemic levels’

Experts say a new approach is needed to address the growing problem.

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ECDC calls for increased hepatitis B and C testing
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ECDC calls for increased hepatitis B and C testing

In some European countries, the rate of undiagnosed hepatitis B and C infections reaches over 80 per cent.

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Should doctors work 24-hour shifts?
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Should doctors work 24-hour shifts?

As changes are introduced in the US to allow doctors to work longer shifts, one expert has questioned the impact of sleep deprivation on patient care.

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International medical response needed in war against terrorism
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International medical response needed in war against terrorism

French doctors say the international medical community must be prepared to face very different scenarios, including chemical weapon attacks.

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Patients recording consultations

Recording consultations: opportunities and challenges

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Views sought on digital innovation in health in the EU
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Views sought on digital innovation in health in the EU

The European Commission has launched a public consultation on how Europe should promote digital innovations in health and care.

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