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Planning a new peer support service for people living with HIV in Wales: The first steps

29 November 2022

The potential for establishing a peer support service for people living with HIV in Wales has been highlighted in a study led by Cardiff University.

Rows of vials containing covid 19 vaccine

Clinical trial investigates protection from Covid-19 within hours

15 November 2022

Researchers test combination of antibody treatment with vaccine in patients with impaired immune system.

New phase of breast cancer drug trial provides fresh hope for patients with incurable disease

6 June 2022

Researchers strengthen 2019 finding that combination of drugs can increase survival

Quarter of home care workers in Wales sought mental health help during pandemic, study finds

20 December 2021

Early findings from Cardiff University research reveals impact of COVID-19 on health of care workers.

Cardiff University to take leading role in COVID-19 antiviral trial

27 October 2021

University will lead trial in Wales as part of UK-wide research into antiviral drugs

New campaign highlights need to seek help for ‘vague but concerning’ cancer symptoms

22 July 2021

Cardiff University-led campaign will feature trained ‘cancer champions’

Cardiff University awarded major funding to research long Covid

19 July 2021

New studies will look at role of immune system in long-term disease and rehabilitation

More than one in five people ‘less likely to attend cancer screening post-pandemic’

16 July 2021

Cardiff University-led survey looked in detail at impact of COVID-19 on attitudes to screening

COVID-19 infection in pregnancy not linked with stillbirth or baby death, study finds

23 February 2021

Cardiff University built global registry of those affected by COVID in pregnancy

Scientist supporting cancer research.

ROCS study shows reduced bleeding in tumours treated with radiotherapy

22 February 2021

Published in The Lancet Gastroenterology and Hepatology, the Radiotherapy after Oesophageal Cancer Stenting (ROCS) study has become the first prospective trial to show reduced bleeding in tumours treated with radiotherapy in patients with advanced disease.