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'Hair loss charity made our girl feel like a princess'

'Hair loss charity made our girl feel like a princess'

'Hair loss charity made our girl feel like a princess'

23 May 2022

Esmee lost almost all of her thick, dark locks within just a few weeks due to alopecia areata.


Motorist who faced amputation walks home from Addenbrooke’s Hospital

Motorist who faced amputation walks home from Addenbrooke’s Hospital

Motorist who faced amputation walks home from Addenbrooke’s Hospital

22 May 2022

After more than five months of treatment, the 46-year-old was discharged from hospital.


Number of daily Covid-19 admissions to Addenbrooke’s comparable to mid-December

Number of daily Covid-19 admissions to Addenbrooke’s comparable to mid-December

Number of daily Covid-19 admissions to Addenbrooke’s comparable to mid-December

21 May 2022

Find out the reported infection rate and number of confirmed cases in every area of the country with our search tools.


Hypermutation in children linked to mutations in father’s sperm cells, Wellcome Sanger Institute finds

Hypermutation in children linked to mutations in father’s sperm cells, Wellcome Sanger Institute finds

Hypermutation in children linked to mutations in father’s sperm cells, Wellcome Sanger Institute finds

20 May 2022

Rare cases could be linked to chemotherapy treatment, researchers say.


Immune cell atlas across 16 tissues created by University of Cambridge and Wellcome Sanger Institute

Immune cell atlas across 16 tissues created by University of Cambridge and Wellcome Sanger Institute

Immune cell atlas across 16 tissues created by University of Cambridge and Wellcome Sanger Institute

20 May 2022

It will aid research into vaccines and anti-cancer treatments.


High-powered MRI scanners could identify Parkinson’s patients for new noradrenaline treatments

High-powered MRI scanners could identify Parkinson’s patients for new noradrenaline treatments

High-powered MRI scanners could identify Parkinson’s patients for new noradrenaline treatments

20 May 2022

University of Cambridge researchers used the 7T scanners to study a tiny region of the brain.

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Cambridge campaigners to defend abortion rights in solidarity with US protesters

Cambridge campaigners to defend abortion rights in solidarity with US protesters

Cambridge campaigners to defend abortion rights in solidarity with US protesters

18 May 2022

Saturday protest outside Guildhall begins at 1pm as 1973 Wade v Roe ruling faces being overturned


River Cam study finds ‘massively raised counts’ of faecal bacteria

River Cam study finds ‘massively raised counts’ of faecal bacteria

River Cam study finds ‘massively raised counts’ of faecal bacteria

15 May 2022

The research was carried out by the Cam Valley Forum.

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Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire record among England’s highest Covid-19 infection rates

Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire record among England’s highest Covid-19 infection rates

Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire record among England’s highest Covid-19 infection rates

14 May 2022

The rate of decline in cases has also slowed noticeably across Cambridgeshire.

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Full list of chicken products recalled over salmonella fears by Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Co-op, Aldi and more

Full list of chicken products recalled over salmonella fears by Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Co-op, Aldi and more

Full list of chicken products recalled over salmonella fears by Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Co-op, Aldi and more

13 May 2022

More than 100 chicken products have been recalled.


Fourth Covid vaccine dose offers higher immunity than third jab booster, Cambridge study shows

Fourth Covid vaccine dose offers higher immunity than third jab booster, Cambridge study shows

Fourth Covid vaccine dose offers higher immunity than third jab booster, Cambridge study shows

13 May 2022

Fourth doses are currently offered in the UK to the most vulnerable

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University of Cambridge scientists discover that putting stress on cells helps prevent protein tangles seen in dementia

University of Cambridge scientists discover that putting stress on cells helps prevent protein tangles seen in dementia

University of Cambridge scientists discover that putting stress on cells helps prevent protein tangles seen in dementia

13 May 2022

And their shock findings could help explain a strange finding about sauna users.


12-hour delays hit Addenbrooke’s A&E and the Cambridge hospital’s waiting lists rocket

12-hour delays hit Addenbrooke’s A&E and the Cambridge hospital’s waiting lists rocket

12-hour delays hit Addenbrooke’s A&E and the Cambridge hospital’s waiting lists rocket

13 May 2022

Waiting list passes 50,000 as hospital feels strain.

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Cambridgeshire paramedic says East of England Ambulance Service on verge of collapse

Cambridgeshire paramedic says East of England Ambulance Service on verge of collapse

Cambridgeshire paramedic says East of England Ambulance Service on verge of collapse

12 May 2022

Whistleblower paramedic said fatigue is so bad that she once had to punch her colleague to stop them falling asleep at the wheel.

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Winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022 revealed

Winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022 revealed

Winners of the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards 2022 revealed

12 May 2022

The event was a celebration of extraordinary talent from the region.


Lack of housing for Cambridge hospital staff ‘never been more acute’

Lack of housing for Cambridge hospital staff ‘never been more acute’

Lack of housing for Cambridge hospital staff ‘never been more acute’

11 May 2022

Despite renting whole housing blocks, some 20 potential staff are being turned away every month as the trust is unable to find them somewhere to live.


The relentless rise of CMR Surgical as its Versius robot is adopted by operating theatres around the world

The relentless rise of CMR Surgical as its Versius robot is adopted by operating theatres around the world

The relentless rise of CMR Surgical as its Versius robot is adopted by operating theatres around the world

10 May 2022

The company pushes into Hong Kong, while reporting stellar results from Milton Keynes University Hospital.

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Cambridge continues to have highest Covid-19 infection rate in country

Cambridge continues to have highest Covid-19 infection rate in country

Cambridge continues to have highest Covid-19 infection rate in country

07 May 2022

But reported cases have fallen by a third in a week.

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Severe Covid-19 can lead to cognitive impairment equivalent to 20 years of ageing, study finds

Severe Covid-19 can lead to cognitive impairment equivalent to 20 years of ageing, study finds

Severe Covid-19 can lead to cognitive impairment equivalent to 20 years of ageing, study finds

06 May 2022

Some patients may never fully recover, the researchers warn.


Why seven hours is the ideal amount of sleep for middle-aged and older people, say University of Cambridge researchers

Why seven hours is the ideal amount of sleep for middle-aged and older people, say University of Cambridge researchers

Why seven hours is the ideal amount of sleep for middle-aged and older people, say University of Cambridge researchers

05 May 2022

It follows a study of nearly half a million adults.


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