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UWE research making a difference to people's health and well-being   

Posted by Denise Hope | 1 comment  
17Feb2012
The first two UWe-books, promoting UWE’s excellent work in health and well-being have been launched.  Working with a wide range of partners in the health services, industry and other universities, UWE’s research has resulted in real scientific, social and economic benefits and these UWe-books show just a sample of how our researchers are striving to make a real difference to people’s lives.

The first UWe-book, Medicines for the future and today – from bench to bedside, features:   
  • Lighting up cancer cells - Professor Vyv Salisbury
  • Better treatment for diabetes - Professor Aniko Varadi
  • Fighting prostate cancer - Professor Anthony Rhodes
  • Preventing the progression of Alzheimer’s Disease - Dr Myra Conway

The second UWe-book, Improving healthcare for people with long-term conditions, features:

  • Fatigue in rheumatoid arthritis - Professor Sarah Hewlettt
  • Understanding chronic pain - Professor Candy McCabe
  • Helping people adjust to visible disfigurement - Professor Nichola Rumsey
  • New approaches to treating joint pain - Dr Nicola Walsh

tags: biosciences, CAR, Centre for Health and Clinical Research, CRIB, health, healthcare, public health
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