Leeds doctors and academics have received a major cash boost from Cancer Research UK for pioneering research into cancer.
More than 4 in 5 men (81%) with prostate cancer struggle with poor sexual function following treatment for the disease, but over half (56%) fail to receive support, according to new research.
Leeds University research suggests new IVF technique is no more effective than previously available treatments
Treating male infertility using a new IVF technique does not increase the likelihood of having a baby, according to the results of a randomised controlled trial.
Admission to hospital with a heart attack out of normal working hours does not appear to increase a patient’s chance of dying in hospital, according to a study of over 600,000 patient cases.
Professor Philip Quirke, from the Leeds Institute for Medical Research at St James’s, has been awarded nearly £2.5 million from Cancer Research UK, as part of their new Grand Challenge funding.