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Press Releases from 2009

Patients offered chance to shape inherited cancer service

21/09/2009

Patients who have benefited from an all-Wales service offering advice about the increased risk of inheriting cancer are being offered the chance to help shape future services.

‘The texting’s on the wall’

21/09/2009

On Thursday 24th September a ‘high-tech’ conversation will get underway, but not of the usual kind.

The Evolution Of The Modern Workplace

18/09/2009

British trade unionism was not undermined by Margaret Thatcher, but by the dawn of a new, brutally competitive age that weakened it dramatically in the private sector, a major new analysis claims.

New CO2 data helps unlock the secrets of Antarctic formation

13/09/2009

The link between declining CO2 levels in the earth’s atmosphere and the formation of the Antarctic ice caps some 34 million years ago has been confirmed for the first time in a major research study.

Patients resigned to a life of pain, new study shows

10/09/2009

More than 7.8million UK patients suffer from chronic pain, yet new research reveals pain treatment isn’t working for 95% of them.

MP provides personal perspective of Welsh-Irish connections

10/09/2009

One of the key players in the Good Friday Agreement is set to give a very personal perspective on links between Wales and Ireland in an event hosted by Cardiff University's Wales-Ireland Research Network.

Welsh scientist uncovers new Alzheimer’s genes

06/09/2009

The discovery of two new genes associated with Alzheimer's disease could provide valuable new leads in the race to find treatments and possibly cures for the devastating condition, according to a leading Cardiff University scientist.

The future of journalism

02/09/2009

The crucial issue of the future of journalism in the modern world will be discussed at an international conference to be held at Cardiff University.

New award to honour GPs and Consultants in Wales

02/09/2009

A new initiative by Cardiff University has been launched to honour Wales’ best medical supervisor or trainer.

Fast-track Welsh - new course offers speedier route for learners

25/08/2009

A new and improved intensive course designed to fast-track Welsh language learners will be launched next month throughout Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan.

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