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July 2017

  • Services failing women with perinatal depression and anxiety

    18 July

    Services failing women with perinatal depression and anxiety

    New study shows there is a shortage of adequate mental health services available to women suffering from perinatal depression and anxiety

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  • Small Batch Coffee joins campaign to prevent podo

    17 July

    Small Batch Coffee joins campaign to prevent podo

    Small Batch Coffee hosts Ethiopian night to raise money for Prevent Podo

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  • Multi-million pound award boosts research into neglected tropical diseases

    14 July

    Multi-million pound award boosts research into neglected tropical diseases

    Research into neglected tropical diseases that cause suffering among some of the world's poorest communities has been given a much-needed boost

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June 2017

  • New network brings Sussex motor neurone disease care into one place for first time

    22 June

    New network brings Sussex motor neurone disease care into one place for first time

    The Sussex MND Care and Research Networks is being inaugurated during Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Awareness Month

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  • Carers can only care well if they are cared for, conference shows

    15 June

    Carers can only care well if they are cared for, conference shows

    Brighton and Sussex Medical School hosts conference to mark Carers Week

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  • Conference celebrates Time for Dementia project

    2 June

    Conference celebrates Time for Dementia project

    Students join families affected by dementia at stakeholder conference to celebrate award-winning project

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May 2017

  • 13 ton scanner winched in by crane to university imaging centre

    22 May

    13 ton scanner winched in by crane to university imaging centre

    A new state-of-the-art Siemens scanner will open up exciting research and educational opportunities at BSMS

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  • End is in sight in battle with HIV

    12 May

    End is in sight in battle with HIV

    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

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April 2017

  • Is online information on antioxidants trustworthy, study investigates

    11 April

    Is online information on antioxidants trustworthy, study investigates

    People are getting advice and information on the benefits of antioxidants from commercial and news websites more than you might expect, study finds

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March 2017

  • It's true - the sound of nature helps us relax

    31 March

    It's true - the sound of nature helps us relax

    New research explains how, for the first time, the sound of nature helps us relax

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  • Can we break the link between autism and anxiety?

    30 March

    Can we break the link between autism and anxiety?

    A new treatment that aims to prevent people with autism from developing anxiety is being trialled at BSMS

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January 2017

  • 'Survival gene' stops strains of TB mutating into deadly 'superbugs'

    30 January

    'Survival gene' stops strains of TB mutating into deadly 'superbugs'

    Research identifies key 'survival gene' that prevents strains of TB from mutating

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  • Racial bias in a heartbeat: How the heart may influence the head

    17 January

    Racial bias in a heartbeat: How the heart may influence the head

    New research finds that signals from the heart shape snap judgements about threat

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Events

  • 5 Sep

    Risk and uncertainty in breast cancer treatment

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  • 6 Sep

    Personalising medicine for children

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  • 6 Sep

    Ageing with HIV in the era of survival

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