Combatting platinum resistance in ovarian cancer

With platinum resistance continuing to be a significant problem, we look at the emerging treatment options making noise in the treatment landscape of “The Whispering Disease”.

By Kathleen Jackson | 18 March 2021
Migraine: more than ‘just a headache’

Despite their struggle with a widespread, debilitating condition, migraine sufferers are often dismissed and stigmatised due to the absence of visible symptoms

By The Corpus Content Team | 24 February 2021
Remyelination therapy: How close are we?

Remyelination therapy is an exciting avenue of research in the battle against multiple sclerosis and could open the door to a more efficient treatment in progressive MS. 

By Matthew Colborne | 11 February 2021
The Corpus scoops not one, but two awards!

The Corpus has been recognised for our work in online medical education with the granting of two prestigious awards from GHP.

By Sarah Stickland | 26 January 2021
Vaccines have eradicated smallpox: now how to eradicate vaccine hesitancy?

Vaccine hesitancy has taken a strong hold of certain communities and has the potential to cause increasingly large, difficult-to-control outbreaks. 

By The Corpus Content Team | 18 January 2021
Goodbye 2020, Hello 2021

It's been a busy year for virtual, and here at The Corpus it's been no different. We take a look back at what we've achieved this year.

By The Corpus Content Team | 22 December 2020