Scientists have discovered the ‘genetic signatures’ of the most common form of bladder cancer – and it could open up the possibility of better-targeted treatment, according to research.
Half the babies born to women with diabetes are at risk of suffering complications due to fluctuations in their mothers’ glucose levels, say researchers.
Researchers from the University of Leeds and University of Manchester, in partnership with Age UK, have received £2.7 million of funding from the National Institute for Health Research.
The prognosis for people with an infected diabetic foot ulcer is worse than was previously thought, according to new research.
A new Yorkshire centre which will improve the health and wellbeing of children, the elderly – and the safety of patients in hospitals and clinics, has taken another step forward.
Prof Julia Newton Bishop has been awarded the 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award by the Society for Melanoma Research for her major and impactful contributions to melanoma research worldwide.
Nurses, historians and interested others are invited to join us at a conference and exhibition exploring the history and contemporary clinical frontline of wound care.
One of the largest stroke rehabilitation trials ever undertaken has revealed family-led rehabilitation is ineffective.
Research into a deadly blood cancer is to be boosted by a charitable trust established in memory of a Yorkshire mum who died of the disease.