New results from an ovarian cancer screening trial, led by UCL, suggests that screening may help reduce the number of deaths caused by the disease by 20%.
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Last week Prof Malcolm Reed, Dean of BSMS and Professor of Surgical Oncology, presented his inaugural lecture, 'Breast cancer treatment – whose choice?'
A new syllabus for teaching anatomy in medical schools has been launched today by the Anatomical Society, published in the Journal of Anatomy.
This week BSMS hosted a one-day conference to explore the kinds of doctors people want and how we can best select candidates with these qualities.
Families living with dementia in Surrey and Sussex are being invited to take part in a new project called, Time for Dementia.
The UK Collaborative on Development Sciences (UKCDS) has included a study by BSMS researchers in its list of top global development case studies.
A charity was set up in memory of internationally respected HIV expert and BSMS Chair of HIV Medicine Prof Martin Fisher earlier this month.
Students have put BSMS in first place for overall satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS).
BSMS student and Royal Navy Captain, Julie Thain-Smith has been awarded the Queens' Commendation for Valuable Service in the latest Operational Honours.
Professor Alice Roberts, clinical anatomist, author and broadcaster, has become an honorary Doctor of Medicine at this year's graduation.
An ambitious European research project is testing a molecule that could help slow the progression of motor neurone disease (MND).
Professor Julian Crampton has been awarded the Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
The Division of Medical Education has published a new digest of dissertations exploring change in leadership and commissioning of health and social care.
A new study shows how the brain reacts to controlled slow breathing and could benefit people suffering from high blood pressure or anxiety.
BSMS has continued to improve its rankings in the Guardian university league tables, moving up three places from last year.
'Facing Cancer', the BSMS debate at the Brighton Festival, has been heralded as a great success.
Waiting just a few minutes to cut the umbilical cord at birth could make a difference to child development, according to a new study.
A new report calls for a change in culture across all areas of children's health research.
The work of BSMS honorary research fellow Anna Dumitriu will form part of the latest permanent, interactive exhibition at the Eden Project in Cornwall.
A new online toolkit has been designed with the aim to help sustain morale and compassion within the NHS.
Groundbreaking BSMS-led research trial being carried out among epilepsy patients who are resistant to drugs is reaping dramatic results.
What impact do art and the natural environment have on wellbeing and health? Hugo Critchley and Mark Ware are attempting to answer such questions.
Children's books show a gender imbalance in their representation of women doctors, according to a new study.
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