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  1. Italian government sets up a stem cell trial to assuage public demands
  2. Doctors call for countries to step up the fight against rheumatic heart disease
  3. High dose NSAIDs may double the risk of heart attacks and heart failure, says new study
  4. Indian generics manufacturer Ranbaxy agrees to pay $500m to settle US fraud and drug safety charges
  5. Governments must agree unified approach to use of e-cigarettes, report says
  6. Dutch doctors to receive more clarity over use of advance euthanasia directives for patients with dementia
  7. Spend less on drug enforcement and more on treating hepatitis C, say campaigners
  8. WHO agrees to set up body to act on non-communicable diseases
  9. Number, type, and availability of new drugs are on the increase in Europe
  10. WHA calls for five demonstration projects on health research relevant to the developing world
  11. Government to increase number of GPs and emergency medicine doctors
  12. Workplace wellness programs show little benefit, US report says
  13. Critical care patients have major health and financial problems 12 months after discharge, finds study
  14. WHO to probe claims that Dutch scientists restricted access to novel coronavirus