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1,200-signature petition demands GP practice for Northstowe

1,200-signature petition demands GP practice for Northstowe

1,200-signature petition demands GP practice for Northstowe

South Cambridgeshire MP Anthony Browne launched the petition in response to concerns from the community.


Breast cancer survivors’ risk of secondary cancers studied by University of Cambridge researchers

Breast cancer survivors’ risk of secondary cancers studied by University of Cambridge researchers

Breast cancer survivors’ risk of secondary cancers studied by University of Cambridge researchers

The study found they are at significantly higher risk than the general population.


Unknown trigger could explain why some countries have higher incidence of kidney cancer, say Sanger researchers

Unknown trigger could explain why some countries have higher incidence of kidney cancer, say Sanger researchers

Unknown trigger could explain why some countries have higher incidence of kidney cancer, say Sanger researchers

It could be an environmental factor.


Baby girl born deaf can now hear thanks to breakthrough gene therapy at Addenbrooke’s

Baby girl born deaf can now hear thanks to breakthrough gene therapy at Addenbrooke’s

Baby girl born deaf can now hear thanks to breakthrough gene therapy at Addenbrooke’s

Parents say the result is ‘mind-blowing’ - and doctors say it ushers in new era of treatment.


How Nanocage vaccine could provide broad protection against coronaviruses - including ones we don’t know exist yet

How Nanocage vaccine could provide broad protection against coronaviruses - including ones we don’t know exist yet

How Nanocage vaccine could provide broad protection against coronaviruses - including ones we don’t know exist yet

Cambridge, Oxford and Caltech researchers have tested it in mice so far.


Tara Bhachu from Hardwick to brave skydive in memory of her dad, 54

Tara Bhachu from Hardwick to brave skydive in memory of her dad, 54

Tara Bhachu from Hardwick to brave skydive in memory of her dad, 54

Tejinder Bhachu, described as a “pillar of the community” who ran the Nisa shop in the village, passed away in July 2021.


Ollie Thompson: Three-step guide to exercising for longevity

Ollie Thompson: Three-step guide to exercising for longevity

Ollie Thompson: Three-step guide to exercising for longevity

Our fitness expert Ollie Thompson discusses approaches to exercise that can make a difference in extending your lifespan.


New blood testing clinic opens in Cambridge

New blood testing clinic opens in Cambridge

New blood testing clinic opens in Cambridge

The One Day Tests clinic provides quick and easy access to blood testing services without the need for GP referral.


All the details for the 2024 Reach Ride and Reach Fair on Bank Holiday Monday

All the details for the 2024 Reach Ride and Reach Fair on Bank Holiday Monday

All the details for the 2024 Reach Ride and Reach Fair on Bank Holiday Monday

The ride is free and open to all ages and abilities.


PlaqueTec secures $8m to advance precision medicine for coronary artery disease

PlaqueTec secures $8m to advance precision medicine for coronary artery disease

PlaqueTec secures $8m to advance precision medicine for coronary artery disease

The funding will support its BIOPATTERN trial and BIOCARTA platform.


Niece to brave skydive for uncle to raise money for Brain Tumour Research

Niece to brave skydive for uncle to raise money for Brain Tumour Research

Niece to brave skydive for uncle to raise money for Brain Tumour Research

Charlotte West, from Over, is to throw herself out of a plane in memory of her uncle, who died of brain cancer.


Cambridgeshire dad to take on 48-hour challenge for daughter

Cambridgeshire dad to take on 48-hour challenge for daughter

Cambridgeshire dad to take on 48-hour challenge for daughter

Nick Passey is raising money for his 10-year-old daughter, Caitlin, who has a rare degenerative disorder


Cambridge researchers use AI to find highly potent Parkinson’s drug candidates in a tenth of the usual time

Cambridge researchers use AI to find highly potent Parkinson’s drug candidates in a tenth of the usual time

Cambridge researchers use AI to find highly potent Parkinson’s drug candidates in a tenth of the usual time

And it cost 1,000 times less than usual.


Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital plans approved despite Environment Agency’s objection

Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital plans approved despite Environment Agency’s objection

Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital plans approved despite Environment Agency’s objection

A councillor said ‘people will die if we don’t approve this application’.

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