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Letters: Parkinson’s sufferers do not give up work easily

These letters appear in the 25 October issue of The Independent

Letters: We must be proactive in our quest for better health

These letters appear in the 24 October issue of The Independent

Italy’s decision to end Mare Nostrum will put the lives of thousands of migrants and refugees at risk

Last month, 500 migrants were deliberately killed at sea. The traffickers laughed as their customers flailed and drowned before their eyes

Letters: How to lure Brand’s revolutionaries to the polls

These letters appear in the 21 October issue of The Independent

Letters: A very personal plea - don’t privatise the NHS

These letters appear in the October 20 edition of The Independent

IoS letters, emails & online postings (19 October 2014)

I'm not sure in what sense Jamie Merrill finds it "refreshing" that Natalie Bennett is open about.....

Letters: Scotland alone cannot decide its future

These letters appear in the October 18 edition of The Independent

Letters: Forget Freud and give disabled people a chance

These letters appear in the October 17 edition of The Independent

Letters: Ebola - why no quarantine?

These letters appear in the October 16 edition of The Independent

Letters: The fate of Muslim girls in Nigeria

These letters appear in the October 15 edition of The Independent

Letters: Dangers behind Farage’s populist persona

These letters appear in the October 14 edition of The Independent

Letters: Labour needs to take a left turn

These letters appear in the 13 October issue of The Independent

A woman mourns the death of her sister, who was killed by the Ebola virus

IoS letters, emails & online postings (12 October 2014)

As Paul Vallely says, Ebola has brutally exposed the inequity inherent in global health systems (.....

Letters: MPs’ historic chance to help Middle East peace

These letters appear in the October 10 edition of The Independent

Letters: Cameron sheds crocodile tears for the NHS

These letters appear in the 9 October issue of The Independent

Letters: Lib Dems deserve our thanks – and our votes

These letters appear in the 8 October issue of The Independent

Letters: Political scramble to revive the NHS

These letters appear in the October 7 edition of The Independent

Letters: Isis has no monopoly on barbarism

These letters appear in the October 6 edition of The Independent

IoS letters, emails & online postings (5 October 2014)

Carrie Bale doesn't need a "financial makeover" ("Creative thinking needed for an intern to be fr.....

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