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Researchers uncover new cause of abdominal aortic aneurysm

4 April 2019

Lipids research could lead to preventative treatments for potentially fatal condition

Third year medical student Hannah Cowan at Tredegarville Church in Wales Primary School.

Curriculum brought to life by medical student

1 April 2019

Third year medical student Hannah Cowan worked in partnership with Yvonne Proctor, Year 6 teacher to identify ‘alcohol awareness’ as an area which would benefit from the development of an innovative educational resource within the health and well-being theme of the current curriculum.

John Atack, Peter Halligan and Simon Ward in the lab

Bringing a new generation of drugs to patients

22 March 2019

Cardiff University launches Medicines Discovery Institute

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Science in Health LIVE turns 25 in style

21 March 2019

The School of Medicine's 25th anniversary Science in Health LIVE event was a huge success.

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25th anniversary of Science in Health LIVE

8 March 2019

Celebrating 25 years of inspiring future scientists and clinicians

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‘Game changer’ in treatment of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia

4 March 2019

New test can predict how people with leukaemia will respond to chemotherapy

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New insights into underlying causes of Alzheimer’s disease

28 February 2019

Cardiff University’s largest-ever Alzheimer’s gene study achieves landmark breakthroughs

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Improved outlook for people of African descent with treatment-resistant schizophrenia

26 February 2019

More people of African descent with treatment-resistant schizophrenia could be safely given drug best proven to manage symptoms

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Brain Games is back

22 February 2019

Brain Games is set to return to the National Museum of Wales Cardiff on Sunday 10 March 2019

MRI scan of the brain of someone with MS

Long-term benefits from intensive therapy in early stages of MS

20 February 2019

Early intensive therapy for multiple sclerosis leads to better long-term outcomes, despite being perceived as high risk