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A trial testing out a new treatment regime for cervical cancer patients has resulted in “the biggest improvement in outcomes” for patients in over 20 years.
Prescriptions for hormone replacement therapy (HRT) have increased by 47% in one year, according to new data from the NHS Business Services Authority (NHSBSA).
The government has launched a ‘landmark’ survey on women’s reproductive health in a bid to better understand what support is needed and how issues in accessing care and support can be best addressed.
Artificial intelligence (AI)-supported mammography can potentially detect more cancers compared with the routine double reading of mammograms by two breast radiologists, according to a new study published in The Lancet Oncology.
Scientists at the Royal Hospital for Women in New South Wales, Australia have discovered a breakthrough in endometriosis treatment.
A new report from Sands and Tommy’s Joint Policy Unit (JPU) has highlighted clear opportunities to reduce the number of premature births and stillbirths in the UK every year.
MPs are calling on the government to eliminate “appalling” disparities in maternal deaths, after a new report found that Black women are almost four times more likely to die from childbirth than white women.
The Royal College of GPs has issued a safety alert after increasing numbers of women are being initiated on high doses of oestrogen, which exceed the product licenses and are not in line with any clinical guidelines.
An immunotherapy drug for cervical cancer will soon be made available to NHS patients – making it the first new addition to NHS treatment for incurable cervical cancer for 14 years.