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# Medicine

All time
Man saves cousin by lifting car off him
Afraid of needles? 'Jet-injected' drugs may have solution
‘Breakthrough’ in premature birth research by Irish scientists
Cannabis use by adolescents hits brain areas associated with schizophrenia
Pharmacists warn lack of vital medicines may endanger patients
75 per cent of Irish GPs "in favour of limited abortion"
Government likely to come under fire at IMO conference
Irish company to produce medical device invented at UL
Is Robert Mugabe fighting for his life?
VIDEO: Full face transplant man, one year on
Column: Here’s how the HSE turned my expectations upside down
Sean Finn
Exercise causes orgasms for some women - study
Common heart disease drug could 'combat racism'
Irish scientists find potential new treatment for smoking-related diseases
Column: All the warnings of cancer were there, but I ignored them
Nick Leeson
Irish doctor who invented the modern injection remembered
Blood platelet service to be cancelled due to staff shortage
VIDEO: Blind and paralysed Irish adventurer 'walks' with robotic legs
TCD among research group awarded €3m for anti-inflammatory project
Doctors will be subject to random inspections under new rules
'Parasitic twin' with eyes and hair found in toddler's stomach
Triple limb transplant patient loses leg
Doctors perform world's first triple limb transplant
European agency investigates Novartis drug following 11 deaths
Fluorescent spray finds tiny signs of oesophageal cancer - UK scientists
A "strong case" for offering assisted death to terminally ill, says UK report
French doctor confirms Kim Jong-il had severe stroke in 2008
Ireland develops world's first 3D surface anatomy guide
No plans to revise scheme for chronic illness - despite no update since 1970s
New Cystic Fibrosis treatment launched
Fifteen passengers become unwell on flight to Dublin
Irish Pharmacy Union warns that Tesco move is putting jobs at risk
Local TD slams 'eviction' of patients as Abbeyleix nursing unit closes
Blind adventurer facing fight of his life – and you can help
Even three drinks a week increases breast cancer risk
Column: How I lost my husband – a story of dementia
Elizabeth Tierney
Column: An open letter to the world’s seven billionth child
Tom Arnold
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
Michael Freeman
Please don't send patients here, hospital department tells GPs
Hope for medical breakthrough with 'effective' malaria vaccine