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08/06/2009 - Surgical procedure boosts breast treatment
A simple procedure during surgery can make a big difference to a woman's chances of surviving breast cancer, researchers reported today. More

01/06/2009 - Asthma advice cuts hospital attendance
Experts believe that giving better advice could avoid emergency hospital visits for asthma. More

28/05/2009 - Alternative therapies for back pain - official
Acupuncture, chiropractic and osteopathy all gained official approval in Britain yesterday as treatments for back pain. More

22/04/2009 - Pregnant women value safety over choice
The vast majority of pregnant women put safety above personal choice when it comes to birth method, British researchers said today. More

10/04/2009 - New procedure tranforming heart care - conference
Heart attack services need to be reconfigured because of the the dramatic rise in the use of a life-saving procedure, a major European conference has heard. More

02/04/2009 - Experts update osteoporosis guidelines
A national team of rheumatology experts has outlined changes they would like to see in osteoporosis guidelines. More

05/11/2008 - NHS patients allowed to 'top-up' care
An NHS ban on patients paying for "top-up" drugs was lifted yesterday, allowing patients to combine NHS treatment with private health care. More

16/10/2008 - Baby units "overstretched"
Britain's special care baby units remain "overstretched and understaffed", campaigners said yesterday. More

01/10/2008 - Boost for patients with lower leg conditions
A national event is under way to promote awareness of lower leg problems and how to prevent them. More

30/09/2008 - Caesarean rates alarm midwives
Too many women are giving birth by caesarean - and some of these operations may be unnecessary, midwives have warned. More

26/09/2008 - Emergency services rapped
Emergency medical services in many parts of England are falling short, a government watchdog warns today. More

19/09/2008 - Big fall in hospital MRSA infections
Cases of MRSA in England's hospitals have fallen by a third over the past year, according to official figures. More

17/09/2008 - Ex-nurse tackles NHS bullying via comedy
An ex-nurse who left her job because of bullying is achieving success in her new career as a comedian. More

11/09/2008 - Future nurses will all be graduates
A new set of principles for trainee nurses has been developed by the Nursing and Midwifery Council's governing body. More

10/09/2008 - NHS shortage lists published
Only doctors and nurses with particular specialist skills will be allowed into Britain to work, according to a new immigration list. More

04/09/2008 - Matron takes charge of cleaners
A matron is to take charge of a hospital's cleaning services in a new bid to eradicate infection. More

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