This summer, you can also contribute towards a good cause while sipping each cup of your tea or coffee.
Yes, members of charity Marie Curie Cancer Care are cheering more and more people in Enfield to hold tea parties during the months of June and July and raise funds.
had been diagnosed with breast cancer two years back and her medical woes have not left her since ever since at any point of time.
On April 1, 2011, the ‘mother-of-two and grandmother-of-three’, 56, was told after a mammogram that she had a tumour of 12 centimetre in one of her breasts. Also, there were calcifications in the other breast.
Recently, the telephone advice service number had failed because of some technical reasons. So, currently the NHS is working to decipher whether there was any harm or injury because of the same.
The NHS has called the mishaps as "serious untoward incidents" (SUIs). Patients call on this number when they suffer from any harm of a huge degree.
An emergency nurse has reported recently that BMI Mount Alvernia Hospital's resident medical officer in Surrey had halted the attempts of reviving a patient of cancer.
The nurse said he was trying to resuscitate the patient, but he was ordered not to do so. And the hospital even filled in the "Do Not Resuscitate" form following the death of the woman.
A new report's findings have been strongly suggesting that stroke patients should be given emotional support after they are discharged from hospital.
It has been found that the patients often are not provided with emotional support from the health and social care services. And the same results in their struggle with the emotional effect that they have to go through.
Patients suffering from ruthless heart failures are going to be cured with the gene therapy for the first time in the country of Britain.
The former clinical trials of the therapy suggest that the treatment could overturn damaging alterations into the cardiac cells. This will further result in weakening of the muscles and trim down the capability of the heart to pump blood.
The charity campaigners are expecting that a new fundraising group in Ongar will assist them raise even more cash to help them in a research for the treatment for cancer.
After some years, Barbara MacDonald, 75, who belongs to Marden Ash and her army of around 40 volunteers raised thousands of pounds for Marie Curie Cancer Care.