Treatment centres offer stem cell therapy on websites, despite largely being unproven for many conditions
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The ground-breaking Time for Dementia project wins another top NHS award
The Rt Hon Alan Milburn gives a special lecture to students, their guests and colleagues from BSMS
Scientists at BSMS and the University of Sussex have solved a decade-old mystery that could eventually lead to the development of earlier treatments for one of the world's deadliest diseases
Chairman of Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club Tony Bloom officially opens a new scanning facility at BSMS
Time for Dementia, the ground-breaking project to help improve the care people with dementia receive now and in the future, has won a top mental health award.
Leading cancer expert will join actress and model Liz Hurley in promoting the 25th anniversary of a worldwide breast cancer campaign.
Personalised medicine, live anatomy and robotic seals: highlights from the 2017 British Science Festival.
Students put BSMS in first position in the National Student Survey (NSS) for medical schools
New research finds that completing a course of antibiotics is not supported by evidence and should be dropped
New study shows there is a shortage of adequate mental health services available to women suffering from perinatal depression and anxiety
Small Batch Coffee hosts Ethiopian night to raise money for Prevent Podo
Research into neglected tropical diseases that cause suffering among some of the world's poorest communities has been given a much-needed boost
The Sussex MND Care and Research Networks is being inaugurated during Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Awareness Month
Brighton and Sussex Medical School hosts conference to mark Carers Week
Students join families affected by dementia at stakeholder conference to celebrate award-winning project
A new state-of-the-art Siemens scanner will open up exciting research and educational opportunities at BSMS
We are closer than ever to ending the HIV epidemic, said a panel of experts at 'HIV: is victory in sight?' in the Brighton Festival
People are getting advice and information on the benefits of antioxidants from commercial and news websites more than you might expect, study finds
New research explains how, for the first time, the sound of nature helps us relax
A new treatment that aims to prevent people with autism from developing anxiety is being trialled at BSMS
Research identifies key 'survival gene' that prevents strains of TB from mutating
New research finds that signals from the heart shape snap judgements about threat
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