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Women dies because hospitals had no beds

Three hospitals turned Mary Muldowney away because they had no beds available, she later died of a brain haemorrhage. In July 2016 Mary Muldowney, […]

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Investigation into baby deaths

A review will be published this week following the increase in unexplained baby deaths at the Countess of Chester Hospital by the Royal College […]

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Cancer operations cancelled to help with crisis in the NHS

Cancer operations are usually protected against cancellations because they are often urgent, yet there has been an increasing trend in the NHS to cancel […]

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Man Dies Of Neglect Following Operation On Broken Leg

Stuart Brunst died from a fat embolism after a screw holding his femur was wrongly inserted. The coroner investigating Mr Brunst’s case found Southport […]

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Women Left Disabled After Routine Operation Was Botched By NHS

Diana Birch was left permanently disabled when she suffered nerve damage during an operation to correct a rectal prolapse. Diana has to use two […]

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Medication errors

Charities Warn That Drug Rationing Will Cost Lives

As health chief prepare to impose tight restrictions on the NHS for expensive new drugs, charities warn that those with cancer and dementia will […]

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NHS Negligence

Senior Surgeons Warn Patient’s Lives Are At Risk

The chronic shortage of NHS beds is at all-time high, and senior surgeons are warning this is putting patient’s lives at risk. NHS England […]

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NHS Safety Fears Fall On Deaf Ears

Thousands of warning from NHS staff members are being ignored by the NHS inspectors, claims a whistle-blowers alliance. The alliance is made up of […]

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Teenagers are being prescribed drugs linked to suicide and overdose

A study by the university of Swansea found that 40 per cent of under 24’s were being prescribed Citalopram despite warnings from the National […]

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Pryers Solicitors Expands At Quartz Point

Pryers Solicitors LLP has expanded within Evans Property Group’s Quartz Point, Grade A office building in the heart of York, signalling full occupation of […]

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NHS not dealing with Women’s mental health

A Freedom of Information (FOI) request by Agenda, an alliance of women’s groups who support females at risk, have warned that women’s mental health […]

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Delays mounting in the NHS

July this year marked another record figure in the NHS, with 185,000 people having their discharge delayed. Problems surrounding availability of community care have […]

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Local Fire Crews Recruited to Help Deal With Growing NHS Demands

The Worcestershire Acute Hospital Trust has agreed on plans to draft in fire crews to take patients home in a bid to prevent overcrowding […]

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NHS Cancer Treatment Waiting Times Worst on Record

Over halfway through the year, new figures show that 133,843 cancer patients have not been treated within the relevant standards. NHS cancer treatment waiting […]

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Diabetes Prescriptions Cost the NHS More than £1bn A Year

Diabetes prescriptions are costing the NHS in England more than £1 billion a year, according to new figures from NHS Digital, up by almost […]

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