A large-scale randomised trial of annual screening for ovarian cancer did not succeed in reducing deaths from the disease, despite one of the screening methods tested detecting cancers earlier.
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BSMS student Harriet Sharp discusses her experiences as a hard of hearing person and shares her assignment on the impact of Covid-19 on the deaf community.
Find out how the anatomy department at BSMS have incorporated new, beneficial digital teaching resources to aid teaching during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Richard Vincent, an emeritus professor at BSMS and one of the founders of the medical school, has published an adventure story for children.
Matt Cowdock, Student Recruitment Coordinator at BSMS, considers some of the top things to consider when applying for medical school.
Families in Brighton and Hove, and across Sussex, are being invited to take part in a ground-breaking new education programme, Time for Autism.
The carbon footprint of PPE during the first six months of the Covid-19 pandemic was equivalent to flying from London to New York 244 times every day.
Find out more about the Time for Dementia programme and how it has been integrated into the undergraduate curriculum at BSMS.
Nicky Perry reflects on the recent Channel 4 series It's A Sin and how the show brought back so many memories of being an HIV nurse.
The anatomy team at BSMS have been awarded a grant to create and deliver surgical training using live streaming, virtual reality and 360 cameras.
A research group that has helped change the way doctors deal with the psychological effects of cancer is celebrating two decades at Sussex
A landmark trial by BSMS and the University of Dundee shows that tailoring asthma therapy in adolescent patients can lead to significant improvement in asthma control.
To mark the launch of the WHO NTD Roadmap 2030, Prof Gail Davey writes about the need to go beyond drugs and therapies to overcome neglected diseases
Two current BSMS students provide their views on intercalating at BSMS.
Incidence rates of skin cancer have increased more than 550% in males and 250% in females since the early 1980s in England according to a new study by BSMS.
Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) launches the Anatomy Laboratory Interface (ALI) to assist students with their remote learning of anatomy.
Three current BSMS students provide their views on intercalating at BSMS.
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