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Mother with varicose veins so painful she struggled to walk was refused NHS treatment TWELVE times

losing more than two stone since my last treatment in the autumn. 'It's had a huge knock on effect for my family life, and my husband is so happy for me.' Dr David West, founder of the Veincentre, ... read more

Sheffield students first in the world to study new medicines module for orthoptists

As the first orthoptists now begin to supply medicines in their clinical practice, it is hoped this will help provide vital support to the frontline of the NHS. The University ... greatly broadened my ... read more

Ten common arguments: reframing the NHS debate

The NHS's values are under attack, even more than its funding is ... to the nearby London Chest Hospital to undergo a major operation. The hospital where my life-saving surgery was performed no longer ... read more

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Hancock's 'Tech Revolution' for NHS to be limited by budgets

Just last month Hancock spoke about his vision at ... Head of NHS Digital, Sarah Wilkinson, agrees, saying: “Greater standardisation of data, infrastructure, platforms and APIs will create a health ... read more


Brexit LIVE: Tories FURIOUS with May after Farage surges in European election polls

"Now that we know a bit more about what Brexit means, the very least that Leavers and Remainers deserve is a final say - a confirmatory referendum - on any deal. "They deserve a Labour party that ... read more

‘I reversed my diabetes with simple diet changes’: Weight Watchers will be prescribed on the NHS to tackle type 2 epidemic

The popular weight loss programme – which has been renamed WW – has been chosen by the NHS ... my health but I buried my head in the sand. My wake up call was when I woke up with blurred vision. read more

The fraying edges of universal health care

The NHS has imposed restrictions on patients’ access to cataract surgery in more than half of England. … The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) condemned the rationing as shocking. It ... read more

Booking.com’s CEO on diversity in tech and the future of tourism

With the summer fast approaching, I wanted to learn more about how travel companies ... you’re a customer-driven company rather than tech-driven. How would you describe Booking.com’s ... read more

Breakingviews - Hadas: What a new hip taught me about economics

The analogy reminded me of Adam Smith’s description of the dulling effect of specialised labour on the minds of workers who are little more than ... Proletariat”. My NHS experience did not ... read more

Alan Mak: To be fit for the future, the health service must “axe the fax” – and the pager

Our Party has nurtured the NHS to serve generations of patients and the £20.5 billion a year delivered by the Long Term Plan is the biggest ever cash injection in its history. This means more ... read more

We’re in the grip of a diabetes epidemic, four people reveal how you can tell if you're in danger

I WAS OBESE Michael Short, 51, an NHS healthcare assistant ... Within 24 hours I had more energy. I felt sharper and the blurred vision went away. Almost three months on, I've lost 3st and got my mojo ... read more



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