Health Headlines: Senior GPs back reforms; EU regulation criticised; coffee could prevent breast cancer

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Senior GPs support health reforms - The Telegraph
The 'most elderly, infirm and vulnerable' in society will receive 'enormous benefits' from the Coalition's controversial health reforms, a group of senior GPs who represent seven million patients have declared today.
Health reforms 'will benefit most vulnerable in society'

European Medicines Agency accused - The Independent
Scientists say data must be released to allow the true benefits and harms of drugs to be independently assessed.
Drug regulator accused of harming patients with secrecy

Coffee could prevent breast cancer - The Daily Mail
Women who drink coffee could be protecting themselves against an aggressive form of breast cancer, research suggests.
Could five cups of coffee a day protect against breast cancer?

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