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UHB and Cambridge University Hospitals win government funding for ground-breaking AI in radiotherapy

A machine learning technology that helps cut the time patients wait for life-saving cancer treatment has been successful in the latest round of the Artificial Intelligence in Health and Care Award

COVID-19 drugs for treating hospitalised patients

Kidney patients in Birmingham join clinical trial to see if drug can protect them from COVID-19

A trial to find out if kidney patients can benefit from additional protection from COVID-19, using a drug routinely used to treat tapeworm, is rolling out across the UK

Kirsty Morrison, Diana award winning medical student, in a lecture theatre

Birmingham medical student receives Diana award for helping young people from low income backgrounds access medical school

Kirsty Morrison, aged 22, currently on placement as a medical student at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, has been recognised with the highest accolade a young person can achieve for social action or humanitarian efforts – The Diana Award

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