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Ovarian Cancer- do you know the symptoms?

We hear a lot about the symptoms of cervical cancer in the media these days and everyone is aware of the campaign to get women to attend...

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When you accept there will never be enough doctors

To deal with the shortage of doctors the government has delegated roles of assessing and treating patients to nurses in some situations. ...
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Meningitis rash isn't the first symptom

Many parents often wait for the classic meningitis symptom of a rash before seeking medical help, believing this is the first symptom of...

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Fundraising for Meningitis Now

It is lovely to see student colleagues of Hannah Evans, working to raise funds for this great charity.

A year ago, Hannah died at age 16,...

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Amputee undertakes marathon swim

Such an impressive feat for this amputee, 20 years after she was wrongly diagnosed with bone cancer, and underwent amputation of her leg....
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Bracknell man suffers amputation after Sepsis

A local man who was suffering with flu like symptoms has suffered multiple amputations after contracting sepsis.

When he saw his GP he...

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How long to bring a claim?

A common question from potential clients, is how long will it take for my claim to be resolved? It is always a difficult one to answer....
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Meningitis- know the symptoms

A recent survey suggests that nearly half of parents in the West Midlands miss the key signs of meningitis with most thinking a rash is...
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Surviving Sepsis

Sepsis. The Silent Killer. Despite this condition being in the media more than ever following the release of the film Starfish earlier...

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The life changing impact of sepsis

Approximately 44,000 people die of sepsis every year in the UK, that is a higher mortality rate than from heart attacks and some common...

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Awareness is the key to Sepsis

Sepsis. You've heard the word but do you know the signs and symptoms of this debilitating and potentially deadly condition? Dr Ron...
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Invaluable support of charity, Meningitis Now

As a Brighter Future Partner of Meningitis Now, we are proud to support the charity and help with the work it does. Myrian blog shows how...
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Rehabilitation Aids

One of the aims of bringing a claim for compensation, is to enable the individual to get the aids and equipment they need to cope with an...

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Poor care results in unnessary deaths

It is sad this morning to hear about this investigation and that it has been so difficult for the public to hear about the findings of...
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Meninigtis Now Ribbon Appeal

Christmas is a special time of the year for many. But for those who have suffered a serious injury or disability, the day can be just as...

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The importance of post amputation support

The psychological impact after an amputation can be just as restricting as the physical difficulties an individual faces. Appropriate...
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Cancer UK warning on pathology results

Misreporting, mixing up, and mislaying pathology results are a repeating theme in delay in diagnosis and treatment of cancer cases we...

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