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Simon Singh victorious

Science writer Singh wins libel case appeal

Science writer Simon Singh has won a court battle with the British Chiropractic Association today.

Opinion Former Articles

  • Cncer care could take place in the home within five years, if Labour is re-elected

    Brown pledges home cancer care

    Cancer patients will receive free home care from specialist nurses if Labour secures a general election win, Gordon Brown promised today.

  • Brain imaging is an important aspect of stroke care

    Stroke progress marred by waiting times

    Just 17% of stroke patients in 2008 reached the stroke unit within four hours of their arrival at the hospital, according to a new report released today.

  • Consultation: Phil Hope will receive the first responses in person

    Autism consultation launched

    The government launched a new consultation on autism today by having five people with Autism Spectrum Conditions deliver the first responses in person to care services minister Phil Hope.

  • Christians accuse ASA of double standards over religious adverts

    Christian advert banned by watchdog

    A pro-Christian advert that claims a vaccine to prevent cervical cancer in young women increases teenage infertility has been banned by the advertising watchdog.

  • A new draft constitution is set to reassert the goals of the NHS and patients' rights

    Drug provision key part of NHS reforms

    The government is set to announce plans to streamline the process of requesting drugs through the NHS.


    Diabetes in the UK

    The story of diabetes treatment in the UK is in fact many stories. Men and women in different parts of the UK experience widely different standards of care and treatment. Like so many other medical conditions in Britain, diabetes is a postcode lottery.

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