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One of Oxford University’s largest student societies, the Oxford University European Affairs Society, hosted a debate last night on the controversial EU Food Supplements Directive. Presenting at the Society’s evening meeting was author and former journalist Bert Schwitters, also CEO of the Netherlands-based International Nutrition Company.
The diagnosis of pancreatic cancer is widely regarded as a death sentence. A paper just published in the peer-reviewed journal Integrative Molecular Medicine suggests that a more personalised approach taking into account an individual’s genetic background might offer more hope for those who develop pancreatic cancer in the future.
At a meeting of the all-party parliamentary group on integrated healthcare, a roadmap was drawn up with the aim to transform how healthcare is both delivered and received in the UK in the wake of Brexit.