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20150721

In Utero Transplantation and Fetal Gene Therapy

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson celebration event poster

A celebration of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and 150 years of medicine

IfWH 10th Annual Conference 2015

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Challenges of developing obstetric medicines discussed in scientific opinion paper

The development of new drugs for use in obstetrics is long overdue. A Scientific Impact Paper (SIP) published by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) and authored by Anna David addresses the reasons for this and suggests ways that barriers to finding new treatments could be overcome. Read More
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New ovarian cancer test twice as effective as existing methods

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UCL Research Department of Women’s Cancer, EGA Institute for Women’s Health Seminar.

Host:   Prof Martin Widschwendter, Head of Department of Women’s Cancer. More...

"How can we improve growth of small babies before birth?” Anna David (Evening Standard Article)

Ross Lydall from the Evening Standard attended a recent UCL Lunch Hour lecture that Anna David gave as part of the Institute for Women’s Health celebrations of International Women’s Day in 2015: More...

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International Women’s Day Events at UCL

What are the most important issues facing women in today's world? More...

New biomarkers to spot pancreatic cancer early

Research led by Dr John Timms (IfWH Women's Cancer) and Dr Stephen Pereira (UCL Liver & Digestive Health) allows to diagnose pancreatic cancer up to two years earlier. This is thanks to the screening for two tumour markers found in blood, CA19-9 and CA125. More...

Let's Talk About Sex Ed!

Series: International Women's Day More...

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