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50,000 cancer patients ‘yet to be diagnosed’

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Up to 50,000 people are living with undiagnosed cancers as a result of the disruption to health services caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Carrie Tennick, October 29, 2020

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Hospitals ‘unprepared for next six months’

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UK hospitals are not prepared to cope effectively over the next six months, say three quarters of medical professionals working in urgent and acute care.

Carrie Tennick, October 15, 2020

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month begins

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, when organisations and individuals around the world come together to highlight the importance of awareness, education and research.

Carrie Tennick, October 01, 2020

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Coronavirus: The impact on NHS elective surgeries in England

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The coronavirus pandemic threatened to overwhelm the NHS, causing mass cancellations. How has it affected those waiting for elective surgeries?

Charlotte Todd, September 18, 2020

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Coronavirus: The impact on NHS cancer diagnosis and treatment

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The impact of the coronavirus on the NHS has been historic, but how has it affected cancer testing and treatment?

Charlotte Todd, September 16, 2020

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Coronavirus: The impact on NHS services and patient treatment

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Coronavirus has led to many NHS services, such as cancer treatment and elective surgeries, being cancelled or postponed. But what are the consequences for patients?

Charlotte Todd, September 14, 2020

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Private healthcare: 21 serious negligence incidents in 2019

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Private healthcare providers were responsible for 21 preventable cases of serious medical negligence – known as never events.

Carrie Tennick, September 03, 2020

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A&Es face winter ‘pandemonium’ without COVID-19 vaccine

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Scientists have warned that the UK’s A&E departments could face “pandemonium” if no vaccine for COVID-19 has been developed by the winter.

Carrie Tennick, July 02, 2020

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Cancer and what to look out for

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Being diagnosed with cancer is a devastating and often life changing event. Although it is important to heed the advice of medical professionals it is also important you look out for some symptoms that can be a sign of cancer. Here are some that you should not ignore and get checked out as soon as you can.

Shelley Schubert, June 02, 2020

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