Children who have had a stroke require rehabilitation from a team of diverse health professionals and their family should be involved in creating a care plan, according to Australia’s first evidenc

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Long-term hypertension and lipid lowering management does not significantly affect cognitive decline in older people, a new study has found.

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Research into heart disease and stroke will be the focus of a new $220 million, 10-year commitment announced by the Federal Government.

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Some men with localised prostate cancer mistakenly believe robotic surgery is the treatment most likely to cure them, perhaps because they were diagnosed by a urologist, a Sydney study suggests.

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In HIV-infected patients with a variety of advanced cancers, immune-checkpoint inhibitors appear to be effective and add no new risks, according to

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Compared with standard radiotherapy, stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy (SABR) provides better local control and improved survival in patients with inoperable non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC

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Stroke patients with arm paresis can achieve lasting functional improvement many months after their stroke when they go through an intensive rehabilitation program, a UK study suggests.

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