News An image of a mouse embryo with beating heart generated totally from STAP cells

Experts say the ground-breaking discovery could pave way for routine use of stem cells in medicine

Inquest in to the death of Red Arrows pilot finds he had problem with ejector seat handle

An inquest into the death of a Red Arrows pilot heard that a former member of the team was “probably millimetres away” from a similar incident in 2003.

AstraZeneca strikes deal with Immunocore for new cancer drug

Drugs giant AstraZeneca has unveiled a deal with British biotech company Immunocore to develop new cancer treatments that use the body’s immune system.

Christmas sales give Co-operative Group a festive boost

The embattled Co-operative Group posted a rise in festive sales across its supermarket arm thanks to a robust performance from its smaller convenience stores.

In this Dec. 27, 2013 photo, marijuana and cannabis-infused products are displayed for sale at Medicine Man marijuana dispensary, which is to open as a recreational retail outlet at the start of 2014, in Denver. Colorado is making final preparations for marijuana sales to begin Jan. 1, a day some are calling

Colorado marijuana sales reach up to $1m on first day

Initial estimates say sales could reach $600m by the end of 2014

Tamiflu: The £424m drug – that may not work

Drugs companies 'routinely withhold results of medical trials' from doctors, researchers and patients

Damning report by MPs warns that doctors and patients are being ‘undermined’ on treatment options

An Italian woman with a genetic disease has spoken out against the death threats she has received after defending medical experiments on animals

Italian woman with genetic disease condemns death threats received after defending animal experiments

Caterina Simonsen, a veterinary student who is unable to breathe unaided, said she has received a number of 'death wishes' after posting the message in support of animals testing

Withdrawn arthritis drug Vioxx. It is hoped that genetic discoveries might lead to discover new medicines for this and other complex diseases

'Faulty' DNA discovery could point to cure for arthritis

Scientists have identified DNA associated with an increased risk of rheumatoid arthritis, holding out hope of a new treatment or even a cure.

Boere in court in 2009: he refused to apologise for his actions

Heinrich Boere: War criminal

Dutch-German soldier who was convicted for his role in murdering civilians as part of a Waffen SS hit squad

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GlaxoSmithKline to stop paying doctors to promote its drugs

British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has announced that it will stop paying doctors to promote its products, in a first for a major drugs company.

A requisitioned employee carries pieces of meat under the surveillance of a policeman at a butchery's depot in Narbonne, southern France

French police arrest 21 people over sale of laboratory horse meat to the public

Twenty-one people have been arrested after an investigation into claims that meat from horses used in laboratory experiments was sold for food.

Market Report: FTSE tips back into red

The FTSE was in a holding pattern most of the day, but in late trading just tipped back into the red, down 5.29 to 6,439.96.

Alert prompts Tixylix cough syrups recall

Cough and cold sufferers are being urged to check their medicines after a manufacturing fault may have led to small pieces of plastic contaminating some batches, health officials have said.

Calls for drug which 'halves likelihood of high-risk women developing breast cancer' to be made freely available on NHS

Anastrozole found to be more effective than tamoxifen and raloxifene  - the two preventative drugs made accessable to thousands on NHS this year

Boots recalls more children's cough and cold medicine over plastic fears

Retailer has recalled more medicines as a precaution after a possible manufacturing fault was identified

Vaccines were found to be out of date at the Norris Road Surgery in Cheshire

Maggots in surgeries and out-of-date vaccines: Thousands of patients' lives put at risk by ‘years of basic GP failures’

New CQC report reveals pockets of bad practice and serious lapses in safety standards

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