A breast cancer drug has been rejected in Scotland for the third time due to its high cost.
Tens of thousands of people could be undergoing needless operations due to lack of research on a ‘placebo component’, a leading surgeon has said.
A global study has suggested that you don’t have to be clinically obese to be in danger of dying from illnesses linked to excess weight.
Figures have shown that the number of nurses registering to work in the UK has dropped by 96 per cent since last July.
The number of patients in England waiting longer than 18 weeks for routine treatment is the largest since September 2008.
A study has discovered the world's first blood test that could predict when someone at risk is likely to get Huntington's disease.
The Faculty of Dental Surgery has warned that 80 per cent of children aged between one and two did not visit an NHS dentist in 2016-17.
Clare Gerada, former chair of the RCGP, has called for GP training to be extended to enable adaptation to ‘changing expectations’.
A new study has found that soaring demand will mean the average waiting time for patients to see their doctors will ‘rocket’ in the coming years.
Latest figures have shown that the nursing and midwifery vacancy rate in Scotland has risen to record levels.
The HSJ has reported that parts of the NHS in England are considering ‘savage’ cuts in a bid to meet financial targets.
BMA Cymru Wales says the distinctiveness in Welsh health care needs to be promoted to attract and retain highly skilled staff.
Three leading think tanks have argued that the NHS faces a £20 billion funding hole, no matter which political party wins the general election.
NHS figures have revealed that thousands of children’s operations are being cancelled each year as a result of bed, staff and equipment shortages.
Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has awarded a new 15-year contract to Compass Group UK & Ireland.
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust is planning to build upon its GDE status and establish a digital control centre.
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