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Issue : 25 September 2013

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  • Herceptin injection reduces breast cancer treatment time

    New Herceptin jab will ‘cut treatment time’Subscription

    News24 September, 2013

    A trastuzumab (Herceptin) injection for breast cancer patients could save the NHS millions and vastly reduce the length of treatment time.

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    Human growth hormone delivery device launchedSubscription

    News24 September, 2013

    A new device that promises to significantly ease the administration of human growth hormones (HGH) has been launched in the UK.  

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    'Compassion alone will not stop the care failings'Subscription

    Opinion24 September, 2013

    A lack of compassion is not what is at the root of care failings in the NHS. At long last, someone is saying “evil” nurses aren’t to blame for everything that goes wrong.

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    Dementia MattersSubscription

    Opinion23 September, 2013

    Are you working with patients with dementia? Joni’s “Dementia Matters” card helps healthcare professionals improve the care they provide

  • Trusts failing to meet A&E targets

    Steep rise in foundation trusts failing to meet A&E targetsSubscription

    News23 September, 2013

    The number of NHS foundation trusts (FTs) failing to meet the target of seeing patients within four hours of arriving at A&E units has doubled in the last year.

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