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Paper round: Monday

Swine flu arrives at Number 10, genetic engineering sheds light on aging, and more


Monday, 13 July 2009

PM’s climate change advisor thought to have swine flu. (The Telegraph)

Rushed development of enough swine flu vaccine for half the UK. (The Times)

Better general education is cure to Britain’s teenage pregnancy problem. (The Telegraph)

Family campaigners condemn NHS teen sex guidance. (Daily Mail)

Obesity policy should tackle parents more than children. (BBC)

Blood flow important in efficacy of statins. (BBC)

Breast cancer screening leads to unnecessary treatment. (The Guardian)

Long term elderly care to be made fairer for middle class. (The Times)

Genetically engineered skin cells shed light on how to prevent aging. (The Times)

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