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Long-term cancer survivors take sick leave more often than their disease-free colleagues

Long-term cancer survivors take sick leave more often than their disease-free colleagues

WHO launches new tool to improve quality and human rights in mental health and social care

WHO launches new tool to improve quality and human rights in mental health and social care

Roke, University of Southampton pioneer use of Xbox computer technology for stroke

Roke, University of Southampton pioneer use of Xbox computer technology for stroke

GPs to get NHS Choices rating

GPs to get NHS Choices rating

Just 20% of pensioners make financial provision for ill-health in retirement

Just 20% of pensioners make financial provision for ill-health in retirement

Datix, UHC partner to improve patient safety and quality in U.S. hospitals

Datix, UHC partner to improve patient safety and quality in U.S. hospitals

Leader of UK GPs warns ‘Ordinary GPs’ must not be cut out of involvement in NHS reforms

Leader of UK GPs warns ‘Ordinary GPs’ must not be cut out of involvement in NHS reforms

Government Information Strategy contains improvements for patients, though care will be needed to ensure records remain secure, says BMA

Government Information Strategy contains improvements for patients, though care will be needed to ensure records remain secure, says BMA

Caring for carers

Caring for carers

No functional difference in effects of Lucentis and Avastin on preventing vision loss

No functional difference in effects of Lucentis and Avastin on preventing vision loss

Re-engagement of doctors is ‘critical' to success of new NHS partnership structures

Re-engagement of doctors is ‘critical' to success of new NHS partnership structures

Clinical trial to investigate statins in patients with acute severe respiratory failure

Clinical trial to investigate statins in patients with acute severe respiratory failure

Devices to aid dementia sufferers suggested

Devices to aid dementia sufferers suggested

Sheffield researchers investigate ways to improve treatment for elderly patients with breast cancer

Sheffield researchers investigate ways to improve treatment for elderly patients with breast cancer

Study finds lack of cervical screening in non-Caucasian, young and socioeconomically deprived women

Study finds lack of cervical screening in non-Caucasian, young and socioeconomically deprived women

Staggering economic costs of autism will continue to rise

Staggering economic costs of autism will continue to rise

Dementia research gets a boost in the UK

Dementia research gets a boost in the UK

Alcohol linked to 25% increase in liver disease deaths

Alcohol linked to 25% increase in liver disease deaths

Nurses too pushed for basic elderly care: Report finds

Nurses too pushed for basic elderly care: Report finds

Leading expert expresses concern about lack of research about home drinking

Leading expert expresses concern about lack of research about home drinking