‘Cancer diagnosis pennyless my heart, though I’ve survived’
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‘Cancer diagnosis pennyless my heart, though I’ve survived’

Image copyright Kreena Dhiman Image caption Kreena didn’t consider she’d see her 40th birthday after carrying breast cancer and heart failure “It’s bonkers what’s happened over a past…

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Boy with skin-peeling condition sent 18,000 cards
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Boy with skin-peeling condition sent 18,000 cards

Rhys has epidermolysis bullosa, a painful, life-limiting condition that has left him incompetent to walk. As he turns 14, his mom has done an interest for people to…

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NHS hospitals and buildings’ £261m reserve of obligatory repairs
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NHS hospitals and buildings’ £261m reserve of obligatory repairs

Media captionHalf of a NHS estate in Wales is some-more than 35 years old Wales’ decayed NHS buildings need £261m value of work on problems deemed to poise…

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Ellingham Hospital: Children’s mental health wards to close
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Ellingham Hospital: Children’s mental health wards to close

Image caption Health inspectors had concerns for a reserve of patients during Ellingham Hospital Two children’s wards during a private mental health sanatorium are to tighten amid concerns…

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South Wales Metro: Lack of toilets tram-trains ‘dehumanising’
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South Wales Metro: Lack of toilets tram-trains ‘dehumanising’

Image copyright Welsh government Image caption The South Wales Metro is designed to ascent a rail network in south Wales by 2030 The miss of toilets on new…

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Surgeon’s patients were ‘deliberately misled’
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Surgeon’s patients were ‘deliberately misled’

Image copyright Google Image caption Eye surgeon Bobby Qureshi displayed a “lack of empathy” A surgeon who “put financial interests before patients” has been struck off. Bobby Qureshi…

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Diabetes drug also treats heart failure, researchers say
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Diabetes drug also treats heart failure, researchers say

Image caption About 5% of people in Scotland have diabetes, with form 2 creation adult 90% of cases A drug used successfully to provide form 2 diabetes can…

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Antidepressant works ‘by shortening stress symptoms first’
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Antidepressant works ‘by shortening stress symptoms first’

Image copyright Getty Images A ordinarily prescribed calmative reduces stress first, and has a smaller outcome on depressive symptoms weeks later, a investigate suggests. Researchers during University College…

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Children being denied new cancer drugs
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Children being denied new cancer drugs

Image copyright Getty Images Children with cancer are being denied new, frequency accurate drugs that are accessible to adults, doctors warn. Medics during a Royal Marsden Hospital and…

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Children being denied new cancer drugs
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Children being denied new cancer drugs

Image copyright Getty Images Children with cancer are being denied new, frequency accurate drugs that are accessible to adults, doctors warn. Medics during a Royal Marsden Hospital and…

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