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Manchester to lead multimillion pound scheme to tackle liver disease
The ID LIVER consortium has been awarded £4.5 million to help patients with liver disease receive earlier, more accurate, and potentially life-saving diagnoses.
Report into racism in schools criticises increased police presence
The new report, written by the University's Dr Remi Joseph-Salisbury and published by the Runnymede Trust, draws on data from interviews with teachers from across Greater Manchester.
Genetics research produces clinical trial for ‘Childhood Alzheimer’s’
An arthritis drug is to be trialled as a treatment for children who suffer from Sanfilippo syndrome, a rare genetic disease that causes neurological deterioration.
Research calls for abortion law changes in Britain and USA
Manchester and Bristol experts recommend relaxing abortion laws, so patients can access telephone appointments and medication by post.
Manchester Histories Festival announces first DigiFest
The festival will work with individuals and community groups to present their stories, ideas and creative content to a global audience from a new pop-up TV studio.
£1m raised for students in hardship
The fund, established by the University, will go directly to students experiencing financial hardship as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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