PrEP would take up 0.2 per cent of the NHS’ budget, less than what is spent on aspirin. But The Sunday Times is so outraged about its provision that its front page this week concentrated on how cancer patients are supposedly missing out on treatment to make way for it
Norman Lamb has called for a cross-party commission on the future of the NHS
The NHS reacts to reforming voices within its ranks in much the same way one’s immune system reacts to an invading virus – a threat to the status quo that must be silenced before it has chance to infect others. And after all these junior doctors' strikes, who would want to stay?
Patients and researchers say the medicine is safe, however pharmacists have warned that medicine bought online could be placebo pills or contain dangerous ingredients
Treating diabetes and the complications arising from it costs the NHS around £10 billion annually
If we’re serious about tackling mental health in Britain, we cannot rely on celebrities to speak about to the issue to our young people
Gisela Stuart declined to say the pledge would actually happen
Funding crisis means bosses will have to make 'unpalatable' decisions that could include shutting services, charging patients, relaxing targets and laying off staff
'It's the only way providers are going to be able to balance their books... the service is bursting at the seams'
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The powerful drug can specifically target tumourswhen given as an infusion to the blood stream
Horton General Hospital in Banbury, which serves David Cameron’s Witney constituency, will temporarily suspend its obstetric services
BMA says doctors cannot treat patients properly under the current recommended 10-minute limit per consultation
Charity calls for a fresh approach in asthma care as research confirms the UK has one of the highest burdens of the condition in the world
Austerity measures include closure of hospitals and more 'virtual consultations'
We need an education system that gives chances to people like me from working class backgrounds to become nurses, rather than puts them off – and a social care system that allows us more than 10-minute slots with the most vulnerable people in society