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10/12/2015 - Controversy over home birth guidance
Pregnant women deemed at low risk should be allowed to choose home birth, according to official guidance published today - and disputed by obstetricians. More

08/12/2015 - Poor cancer after-care impacting A&E - report
The NHS is spending significant sums on emergency care of cancer patients because of inadequate after-care following treatment, it was claimed today. More

07/12/2015 - DCIS screening prevents breast cancer - study
Screening for ductal carcinoma in situ is effective at preventing breast cancer, according to a new UK study. More

01/12/2015 - Opt out donation begins in Wales
A radical change in transplant laws comes into force today - in Wales. More

30/11/2015 - New backing for sugar taxes
A new alliance is launched today to help combat the epidemic of obesity in the UK. More

30/11/2015 - App to help patients find urgent services
People are in Leicestershire are to be offered an app enabling them to find the right health services in a hurry, it has been announced. More

20/11/2015 - Plan to boost premature labour care
Good communication and the use of a neuroprotective drug are key to improving the care of pregnant women at risk of premature labour, according to official guidelines published today in England. More

19/11/2015 - Most stillbirth potentially avoidable - inquiry
UK national guidance is not followed in most cases of stillbirth, according to the latest findings of a major inquiry. More

16/11/2015 - Pregnant women urged to take flu vaccine
Obstetricians today launched a campaign to try to increase uptake of the flu vaccine among pregnant women. More

12/11/2015 - Alarm as flu vaccine take up slumps
GPs have seen a sharp decline in patients seeking flu vaccination this autumn, it was announced today. More

11/11/2015 - Urgent cancer diagnosis improving - new figures
New figures show big improvements in cancer diagnosis in England are under way, it was announced last night. More

09/11/2015 - Premature infants not getting development checks - paediatricians
Many infants who were born prematurely may not be getting crucial developmental checks at the age of two, paediatricians have warned. More

06/11/2015 - Infant saved by genetically modified T cells - first treatment
An infant appears to have been cured of advanced leukaemia using an experimental treatment with genetically modified T-cells, it was announced yesterday. More

02/11/2015 - A&E cancer diagnosis: 25% dead within two months
A quarter of people diagnosed with cancer after going to accident and emergency departments in London die within two months, a conference is set to hear today. More

23/10/2015 - UK should reduce sugar consumption - official report
The government should take action to reduce Britain's "excessive" consumption of sugar, its public health advisers said yesterday. More

20/10/2015 - Right arm for melanoma risk checks
Counting moles on the right arm may be a good way of identifying patients at risk of melanoma, according to British researchers. More

16/10/2015 - Largest ever flu vaccine campaign pledged
This winter's flu vaccination campaign in England will be the "largest ever", public health officials said yesterday. More

13/10/2015 - NHS approving untested apps for mental health - claim
The British National Health Service is giving approval to apps for mentally ill people in spite of there being no evidence they work, researchers claim today. More

13/10/2015 - Call to tackle cancer VTE risk
Venous thromboembolism is contributing to as many as 4,000 cancer deaths a year in England and Wales, according to report published today. More

01/10/2015 - Natural birth safe after caesarean - guidance
Women who give birth through caesarean section can safely plan to use natural birth for future pregnancies, according to guidelines published today. More

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