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Shortcomings Reported at St George’s Hospital

A recent report from the NHS Improvement that looked into 202 deaths of heart surgery patients at St. George’s Hospital, found shortcomings in treatment […]

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Coronavirus: Advice for those at high risk

As the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic continues to escalate in the UK, the government have provided advice and announced much more restrictive rules on social […]

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Protecting Frontline NHS Staff Against Coronavirus

Boris Johnson announced new measures last week to further protect the capacity of the NHS in providing care against the coronavirus spreading, but we […]

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Oesophageal Cancer Could be Detected by ‘Electronic Nose’

A new way of identifying people with a condition that can lead to oesophageal cancer has recently been revealed. Researchers from the Radboud Institute […]

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Sport Relief at Pryers Solicitors

At Pryers, we are proud of our history of regular and successful fundraising for charities. We are currently gearing up to raise money for […]

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Whiplash Reforms – Preparing for launch conference

I attended “Whiplash Reforms – Preparing for launch” conference today in Manchester hosted by the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB). The audience comprised predominantly of […]

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Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

March 2020 is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, and at Pryers, we are focusing on raising awareness of the importance of early detection and how […]

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Mr Michael Walsh Cases in the Private Health Sector

Mr Michael Walsh, an Orthopaedic surgeon, is subject to multiple negligence claims in relation to his practice at Spire Healthcare and Nuffield Health Leeds. […]

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Highest levels of ‘bed blocking’ since 2017

Many patients that are being left stranded in NHS hospitals because they cannot be transferred is at its highest this quarter since 2017, following […]

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Dying doctor warns of asbestos ‘hidden epidemic’

A doctor has warned of a ‘hidden epidemic’ of asbestos-related cancers among NHS staff and patients after there has been a failure to manage […]

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Lung cancer diagnosis delays hit survival rate

According to a report by the UK Lung Cancer Coalition (UKLCC), the survival rate of patients with lung cancer is being hit by late […]

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Government hint at scrapping the four-hour A&E target

The government has recently suggested that the four-hour A&E target for waiting times might be abolished. Despite some positive statistics with the policy, recent […]

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A report on the review into the use of medicines and medical devices was published today. Many patients and families had raised concerns about […]

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Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust Face Criminal Inquiry into Maternity Services

Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust are facing a criminal inquiry into the alleged deaths of 1,200 mothers and babies. This is the latest in […]

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Berzosertib – A New Treatment That Stops Growth of Cancerous Tumours in Initial Tests

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