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What’s new with SHARE

In this section you will be able to read all the latest news on the SHARE initiative. In the coming months, as the SHARE community grows, we’ll be providing updates from the team on current activity as well as information on forthcoming health trials in Scotland which you can take part in.

We’ll also highlight some of the people who are helping us in our drive to improve Scotland’s health by signing up to the register and bring you news from partners across the health sector who are supporting this great new project.

SHARE Paper Published in BMJ

An exciting day in the SHARE office as a new paper detailing the great work we do has been published in the British Medical Journal.

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New Study Testing the Delivery of the Best Asthma Treatment Based on Genetics

A new study has found that gene testing can help find the right medicine for children who suffer from asthma.

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New SHARE initiative launched

Today sees the launch of the Scottish Health Research Register (SHARE), a new initiative designed to help improve Scotland's future health.

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New Drug Gives Hope For Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease

New research has highlighted a drug that may help in the treatment of Alzheimer's Disease.

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Precision Medicine Used in New Type 2 Diabetes Study

Researchers at the University of Dundee have discovered a gene variant which explains differences in Diabetes drug response.

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Scottish Patients Help Define Genes for Type 2 Diabetes

New findings that have been published have identified risk genes and proteins that are linked to the development of Type 2 Diabetes.

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SHARE Director Involved in New Diabetes Research

New research involving supervised self-monitoring measures has found to improve diabetic control in clinical trial.

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SHARE gets the Royal Seal of Approval

SHARE Programme Manager, Shobna Vasishta was among the selected few that were invited to meet Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth at Holyrood Palace.

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School Pupils Encouraged to SHARE

Senior school pupils have been encouraged to do their "SHARE" to help with vital medical research.

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Why I Registered: Brian & Hazel

Brian and Hazel both work in the Ambulance service in Tayside and recently chose to register for SHARE. They explain below what made them register and why it so important to get involved with health research.

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