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    News15 April 2019Professor Kenji Shibuya to lead Institute for Population Health

    Professor Kenji Shibuya has been appointed to establish a new Institute for Population Health at King’s College London.

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    News, Mind and Body news11 April 2019Recognising stress in yourself

    To mark the launch of the Mind & Body Health and Wellbeing toolkit for staff – we've pulled together a checklist on managing stress.

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    News11 April 201960 seconds with Clive Kay

    The new King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Chief Executive talks about his priorities

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    News11 April 2019New chief executive appointed

    South London and Maudsley is delighted to announce that it has appointed David Bradley to take up the position of Chief Executive in July.

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    News, Women's Health11 April 2019New pre-eclampsia diagnosis

    A cross-partner trial has discovered a new way to help accurately and rapidly diagnose a common and potentially fatal pregnancy condition.

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    News, Genetics, Rheumatology, Infection, Immunology and Dermatology11 April 2019World breakthrough for Huntington’s Disease

    A new DNA sequencing technology has been developed to diagnose the genetic disorder Huntington’s Disease.

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    News, Cardiovascular11 April 2019Revolutionary blood clot treatment

    A person with deep vein thrombosis has been successfully treated with a new clot-removing device at Guy’s and St Thomas’.

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    News, Psychological Medicine and Integrated Care11 April 2019Changing the face of autism research

    An initiative to bring autistic people together with scientists to influence the research agenda has culminated in an exhibition.

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    News, Child Health, Women's Health11 April 2019Green light for blue light blankets

    Newborn babies who are affected by jaundice could be treated at home with a special blanket, following a successful pilot at Evelina London.

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    News, Genetics, Rheumatology, Infection, Immunology and Dermatology11 April 2019New transgender sexual health service

    King’s College Hospital is launching the first sexual health service in south London for transgender people.

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    News, Clinical Neurosciences11 April 2019New Migraine treatment discovered at King’s College London

    A new preventative treatment is now available for the most common and disabling neurological disorder in the UK.

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    News, Clinical Neurosciences, Psychological Medicine and Integrated Care11 April 2019Can brain stimulation benefit depression?

    New research from the King’s College London clarifies the benefits of non-surgical brain stimulation for depression.

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