Figures show fertility treatment less successful for ethnic minority patients

People from ethnic minority backgrounds undergoing fertility treatment are less likely to have a baby, with Black patients having the lowest chances of successful treatment, according to a new report published today.

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‘In God I trust.’ Says award-winning African Mathematician

A professor from the University of the Free State Abdon Atangana has been recognised as one of the top 1% of scientists on the prestigious global Clarivate Web of Science list and is the youngest mathematician to be so honoured.

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Dear Pandemic-Weary Pastor

It’s not all bad. Some churches seem to have overcome the challenges of COVID in astounding ways. I love seeing reports about the amazing things happening in churches around the country despite the crisis.

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New poll finds Non Christians perceptions of the Church are improving

The Give Hope Campaign, which profiles the work of the UK church, is supported by leaders from Anglican, Methodist, Salvation Army, Baptist, Pentecostal, and Evangelical churches across the country.

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London School of Theology: Study what you love in 2021

Since its founding, London School of Theology has been dedicated to serving the church of Jesus Christ worldwide, through the education of individuals, equipping of local churches, and engagement in leading research.

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