New study shows fewer aortic aneurysm repairs, more deaths in the UK versus the US


A new study has shown that surgeons in England operate significantly less often on aortic aneurysms in the population than in the US, and that the death rate here for the condition is over twice that in the States.

St George’s and Helperby join ENABLE project to tackle antimicrobial resistance

St George’s, University of London has joined the ENABLE project, which aims to combat the major threat of antimicrobial resistance by bringing together research organisations and biotechnology companies.

Major new study examines the health legacy of the London Olympic Village

The first stage of the ENABLE London project, which is studying the effect of the living environment on people’s activity levels and bodies, has been outlined today in a paper published in BMJ Open.

Worldwide study reveals new genes for heart function

The way the heart muscle functions appears to be much more complex than previously assumed.

New immunotherapy treatment could lead to better, cheaper results for pancreatic cancer

A new immunotherapy treatment has shown dramatic results in treating advanced pancreatic cancer, a deadly cancer that has seen little progress in treatment over the last 20 years.