A new clinical trial has begun which will use stem cell transplants to grow a new immune system for people with untreatable Crohn’s disease – a painful and chronic intestinal disease which affects at least 115,000 people in the UK.
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An innovative procedure to repair leaking heart valves without the need for invasive surgery has been carried out at St Bartholomew’s Hospital for the first time in the UK, giving hope to patients suffering from mitral regurgitation who are deemed high risk for surgery.
Surgeons at St Bartholomew's Hospital are hailing ‘a new era’ where patients with previously untreatable lung tumours can now be helped thanks to cutting-edge technology.
Research by Barts Health NHS Trust shows that young people with severe coronary artery disease may be better off being treated with bypass surgery, instead of the current less invasive treatment using stents.