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Four pharma companies ‘worked together to inflate a drug price 700% in just four years’  23 May 6:00pm Updated Four pharma companies ‘worked together to inflate a drug price 700% in just four years’ 
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The UK's Competition and Markets Authority has accused pharmaceutical firms Alliance, Focus, Lexon and Medreich of breaking competition law by setting up a controlled supply of a medicine.
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Amelia Millie Lucas with terminal brain cancer will undergo open brain surgery by Dr Charlie Teo 23 May 5:07pm Amelia Millie Lucas with terminal brain cancer will undergo open brain surgery by Dr Charlie Teo
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Australian girl Amelia 'Millie' Lucas, 12, with terminal cancer who was given just 12 weeks to live will undergo open brain surgery after kind strangers raised more than $120,000.
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Mother-of-five with stage 4 lung cancer climbs Andes with daughter for one last trip with each child 23 May 3:17pm Mother-of-five with stage 4 lung cancer climbs Andes with daughter for one last trip with each child
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Isabella de la Houssaye, 55, was diagnosed with stage IV lung cancer in January 2018. As part of one last adventure with her children, she and her daughter, Bella Crane, hiked up Mt Aconcagua.
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Baby boys who are exposed to toxic air in the womb may have worse thinking skills 23 May 2:06pm Baby boys who are exposed to toxic air in the womb may have worse thinking skills
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A study by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health analysed children's pollution exposure from the womb to age seven, finding that boys working memory was affected by high levels.
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Women face greater odds of death if they suffer a cardiac arrest 23 May 10:00am Updated Women face greater odds of death if they suffer a cardiac arrest
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Researchers analysed data from all CPR attempts made by emergency services in one part of the Netherlands between 2006 and 2012.
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BBC newsreader Jane Hill revealed her battle with breast cancer as she returned to work today 23 May 8:02am Updated BBC newsreader Jane Hill revealed her battle with breast cancer as she returned to work today
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Newsreader Jane Hill, 49, has revealed that she has been treated for breast cancer. Jane, who lives in north London, returned to BBC1’s News at One for the first time since November today.
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Girl born with 14 fingers undergoes life-changing surgery to correct the defect 23 May 6:47am Girl born with 14 fingers undergoes life-changing surgery to correct the defect
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The unidentified three-year-old, from China, was treated at the Central Hospital of Shenyang Medical College, in the north-eastern province of Liaoning.
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Three ME patients reveal the accusations they have endured 23 May 6:12am Three ME patients reveal the accusations they have endured
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Before being struck down by ME, Jennifer Chittick, from Glasgow, was out-going, hard-working and excited about her future as a primary school teacher. Now, the 31-year-old is completely bed-bound.
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Your face is teeming with mites: Tiny eight-legged creatures feast on our skin oils 23 May 4:18am Updated Your face is teeming with mites: Tiny eight-legged creatures feast on our skin oils
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Mites known as Demodex folliculorum, live near hair follicles, including the invisible hair on nipples and faces. They are related to the spider family and measure a third of a millimeter.
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Stroke deaths in England HALVED in a decade - but rates are rising in people under 55 23 May 4:02am Updated Stroke deaths in England HALVED in a decade - but rates are rising in people under 55
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Data on stroke events and deaths between 2001 and 2010 were analysed. Oxford scientists said the findings suggest prevention efforts are failing those under 55.
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Ten million in rural areas now lack basic services like GP surgeries, hospitals and nursing homes 23 May 3:06am Ten million in rural areas now lack basic services like GP surgeries, hospitals and nursing homes
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As many as 10million people in rural Britain live in 'healthcare deserts'. They struggle to get access to GP appointments, community hospitals and nursing homes.
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Molecules in red wine could be used in a breakthrough drug to ease blood pressure 23 May 3:06am Molecules in red wine could be used in a breakthrough drug to ease blood pressure
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A molecule found in red wine could be used to treat high blood pressure. Resveratrol, made in the skin of grapes could be used after scientists at King's College found out how it works.
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