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‘I thought he was going to kill me’ – UK’s largest study on non-fatal strangulation during sexual assault finds more than a third thought they were going to die
More than a third of people who were subjected to non-fatal strangulation as part of a sexual assault thought they were going to die, research has shown.
Manchester researchers join new oncology collaboration to drive forward translational cancer research
Oncology research experts from across England have come together to establish a new collaboration to accelerate cancer research.
Simple urine test can detect womb cancer
A simple non-invasive test can accurately detect womb cancer, according to a proof of concept study by Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (MFT) and University of Manchester scientists.
Manchester research leads to NICE recommendation for Lynch syndrome screening for womb cancer patients
Women diagnosed with womb cancer should now be routinely screened for the genetic condition Lynch syndrome (LS), following a new guideline issued by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellen
MFT cancer professor receives honour from Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
Drug has potential to improve cardiovascular health in preeclamptic women – MFT research shows
A drug has shown potential to improve heart function in women diagnosed with preeclampsia during their pregnancy, research carried out at Saint Mary’s Hospital has found.
New test offers breakthrough in early detection of endometrial cancer
Manchester researchers have helped to reach an important breakthrough in the fight against endometrial cancer, with the development of non-invasive test for women.
Pioneering study reveals women four times more likely to develop Lupus after stillbirth
Pioneering new research at Manchester’s Saint Mary’s Hospital has found women who have experienced stillbirth are four times more likely to develop Lupus than those with an uncomplicated livebirth.