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Lives Ruined by Primodos, Sodium Valproate and Pelvic Mesh

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 in Relation to Maternity Services

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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DNA Genotyping and Sequencing. Berzosertib targets genes to prevent DNA repairing and stop cancerous growth.

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

A new study has shown a drug called berzosertib stopped tumour growth in patients with very advanced tumours. The drug was even more effective […]

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A photograph of a gavel, as the Government face fresh legal action in relation to personal protective equipment

Government Face Fresh Legal Action in Relation to Personal Protective Equipment

A day barely seems to pass by when the Government doesn’t seem to be faced with fresh legal action. The latest sees The Good […]

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Empty hospital beds might account for some of the reduction in NHS never events in April 2020.

A Reduction in NHS Never Events. But does this mean Improvement?

Figures recently published, by NHS Improvement, show a significant reduction in NHS never events. In ordinary circumstances, this would be something to celebrate. However, […]

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A doctor holding PPE and a stethoscope to depict how you should seek medical help during a pandemic

How you Should Seek Medical Help During a Pandemic

In response to an abnormally low volume of non-coronavirus patients, the NHS have gone from overwhelmed, to essentially advertising for patients. They have been […]

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A photograph of a female medical professional wearing protective equipment, to depict the shortage of personal protective equipment for NHS staff.

Shortage of Personal Protective Equipment for NHS Staff Legal Challenge

So far the government has refused to conduct an investigation into the shortage of personal protective equipment for NHS staff. We have written previously […]

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Increase in Deaths in Care Homes during Coronavirus Pandemic

In May, deaths in care homes increased so much that they surpassed those in hospitals. Questions are therefore being asked about whether sufficient protection […]

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A dentist checking a patient’s teeth. Dentists reopen in England and Wales this week, so check-ups like this will not be far away.

Dentists Reopen in England and Wales

Dentists reopen across England and Wales today On 3 June, the Prime Minister announced that high street dentists would reopen to the public from […]

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Road Safety Must be Considered for New Cyclists

A third (36%) of people are reconsidering the way they travel once the coronavirus lockdown is lifted. The government have recognised this by launching […]

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A scarf proclaiming love for the National Health Service, as the Government announce plans to extended the NHS bereavement scheme

NHS Bereavement Scheme Extended

The Home Office has announced that the NHS bereavement scheme, which launched in April, has been extended. The NHS bereavement scheme offered the indefinite […]

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Driver texting or emailing on mobile phone

Concerns Over Congestion and Drivers Texting or Emailing from a Mobile Phone

I Am Roadsmart, an independent charity focused on making better drivers and riders, has published their annual research findings into Driving Safety Culture. The […]

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    HSIB Recommend NHS reclassify Never Events

    A recent report published by the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB) says that NHS England should reclassify seven out of their 15 never events. […]

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    NHS Dentistry Hit by COVID Crisis

    The government is being urged to act by a health watchdog, who continue to hear negative experiences from patients, months after they published a […]

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