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Study reveals the three most important aspects of care for hip fractures

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Older patients with hip fractures recover better if they receive treatment under the supervision of both a surgeon and a specialist in elderly care; are checked to avoid future falls; and are assessed for memory problems.

The role of mAbs (neutralising monoclonal antibodies) in the fight against COVID-19

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Cognitive–behavioural therapy consistently improves quality of life

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A meta-review of the available research into cognitive behavioural therapy reveals it consistently improves health-related quality of life across different medical conditions and demographic populations.

Oxford to collaborate with Janssen to map the cellular landscape of immune mediated disorders

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The University of Oxford has entered into a strategic collaboration with Janssen Biotech, Inc., one of the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson.

WHiTE Four trial results published

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The results of the WHiTE Four clinical trial for the treatment of fragility hip fractures have been published in The Bone and Joint Journal.