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Somalia Drought Deaths Could Exceed 2017-18 Levels
UK drops in new global ranking for life expectancy
Maternal Strep B Vaccine Could Save Thousands of Babies
WHO Endorses New Malaria Nets After LSHTM Study
New TB Diagnostic Technique Effective in Communities
Research suggests updating abortion laws to match practice
£1.7m funding to examine how data can improve population health
Lifestyle bigger influence on women’s sex lives than menopause
Life in violent country not just shorter but less predictable
Insulating Homes Crucial to Health Benefits of Net Zero Policies
MRCG at LSHTM marks passing of Vice President of Gambia
£1.8m to combat long-term effects of maternal infections in pregnancy
Safety and efficacy of Ebola Zaire vaccines demonstrated
Working in extreme heat puts strain on foetus
ArkVax secures investment to develop vaccine technology
LSHTM partners in new research group to tackle HIV-associated fungal infections
Scale of impact of maternal Zika virus infection on offspring in early life
£1.7m funding boost to address impacts of heat exposure on maternal, newborn and child health
‘Real world’ evidence on effectiveness of Covid treatments to inform care
Urgent action needed to address weaknesses in European cancer research
New Centre for Epidemic Preparedness & Response at LSHTM accelerates collaborative approach for era of pandemics
Her Royal Highness, Princess Royal Emphasises Importance of Research in Building Healthy World
Up to 750,000 people in Australia could be at risk of Japanese encephalitis
Missing Billion report proposes pathway to close ‘major health gap’ for people with disabilities
£9.8m funding to step up fight against non-communicable diseases in West Africa
LSHTM Press launches with mission of equity in publishing in global health
Funding, innovation and vaccine equity needed to move us closer to rubella and measles elimination goals, study says
New centre of excellence to evaluate cancer treatments and patient outcomes
LSHTM marks death of Her Majesty Queen
Current monkeypox outbreak presents atypical symptoms, as evidence suggests direct contact is main transmission route
Paid migrant live-in care workers in London at risk of modern slavery
Widely-used kidney function tests may underestimate scale of kidney disease in Africa
Both heat and cold increase risk of death in England and Wales but rates vary across geographical areas and population groups
£1.6m funding boost will enhance links between research and industry for tackling infectious diseases
Reckitt and LSHTM team up to create new focus for hygiene research
LSHTM tops rankings for open access and gender diversity in research
£1.7m funding boost for long-term collaborations to improve adult social care
Higher rate of Covid death before vaccination linked to certain common inflammatory immune conditions
Adolescents and young adults diagnosed with leukaemia continue to have lower survival than children
‘Scenario Hub’ projects future health impact of Covid across Europe
20% of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis cases in children could be averted by household testing and treatment
Injured women half as likely as men to receive life-saving drug
LSHTM’s research ranked number 1 for impact by UK funders
MRC/UVRI and LSHTM Uganda Research Unit unveils new facility to research infectious and non-communicable diseases
New study shows that women who accessed abortion during pandemic overwhelmingly support at-home abortion
£1.5m funding boost for at-home cervical cancer testing for older women
Invasive Group B Strep in early infancy associated with higher risk of neurodevelopmental impairment in later life
£1.9m funding to advance understanding of links between chronic infections and non-communicable diseases