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Waterbeach Surgery placed in special measures

Waterbeach Surgery placed in special measures

Waterbeach Surgery placed in special measures

The surgery was closed immediately following an inspection by the Care Quality Commission and reopened under caretaker management.


Children’s App of the Year helps youngsters with glue ear

Children’s App of the Year helps youngsters with glue ear

Children’s App of the Year helps youngsters with glue ear

Cambridge paediatrician originally developed device for daughter


Link between football and dementia to be probed by £1m Scores study at University of East Anglia

Link between football and dementia to be probed by £1m Scores study at University of East Anglia

Link between football and dementia to be probed by £1m Scores study at University of East Anglia

Research has already shown former professionals are five times more likely to suffer from Alzheimer’s.


AstraZeneca and MSD receive US approval for Lynparza for indication of advanced pancreatic cancer

AstraZeneca and MSD receive US approval for Lynparza for indication of advanced pancreatic cancer

AstraZeneca and MSD receive US approval for Lynparza for indication of advanced pancreatic cancer

It follows encouraging results in the phase III POLO trial.


The power of a parent’s positive communication on a baby’s brain shown by University of Cambridge research

The power of a parent’s positive communication on a baby’s brain shown by University of Cambridge research

The power of a parent’s positive communication on a baby’s brain shown by University of Cambridge research

Interaction with lots of eye contact help two brains act like a single system, study shows.


$3m milestone payment for Sosei Heptares as Pfizer nominates third clinical candidate

$3m milestone payment for Sosei Heptares as Pfizer nominates third clinical candidate

$3m milestone payment for Sosei Heptares as Pfizer nominates third clinical candidate

It takes the total paid in the last year to $14m.


The least educated are the most deprived and get hospitalised most, Cambridge study shows

The least educated are the most deprived and get hospitalised most, Cambridge study shows

The least educated are the most deprived and get hospitalised most, Cambridge study shows

Poor socio-economic factors and residential deprivation leads to NHS involvement, says University research


Winter pressures lead to ambulance delay, figures show

Winter pressures lead to ambulance delay, figures show

Winter pressures lead to ambulance delay, figures show

Ambulances were delayed by more than 60 minutes on nine occasions.


Personalised AI oncology role for Cambridge Cancer Genomics

Personalised AI oncology role for Cambridge Cancer Genomics

Personalised AI oncology role for Cambridge Cancer Genomics

Five papers at NeurIPS 2019 summit in Vancouver showcase new precision tools


Medovate set to launch SAFIRA as first healthcare product

Medovate set to launch SAFIRA as first healthcare product

Medovate set to launch SAFIRA as first healthcare product

Medical device company now on Camboro Business Park in Girton


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