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Opinion, analysis and debate

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  • Many patients want to die in their own home

    Patients need to be provided with real choice in end-of-life careSubscription

    26 June, 2009

    As the government publishes palliative care competences, Jacqueline Pooler highlights the importance of choice over place of death – and the right kinds of bed to enable this

  • We must act to stop the recession from damaging men’s health

    We must act to stop the recession from damaging men’s health Subscription

    22 May, 2009

    Men’s health is poor and the recession is likely to make it a great deal worse. Local services must be delivered in a male-friendly way to help address this, says Peter Baker

  •  generic cancer patient

    Cancer leadership and a personal journeySubscription

    7 April, 2009

    Liz Darlison on cancer leadership and reaching a crossroads in her own life

  • ‘Such lighthearted cancer appeals are inappropriate’Subscription

    7 October, 2008Updated: 4 March, 2009 By Alison Gadsby

    Cancer is an illness that we all come into contact with, both professionally and personally. I think it would be true to say that we all dread having it ourselves.

  • A pledge on cancer careSubscription

    8 September, 2008Updated: 4 March, 2009

    A breast cancer specialist team has have improved care with the help of their patients. Emily Ford finds out more

  • Mark Radcliffe 'Let’s stop pretending we can’t afford cancer drugs'Subscription

    2 September, 2008Updated: 4 March, 2009 By Mark Radcliffe

    This hasn’t been much of a summer, has it? It’s been grey and wet; like November but without the fireworks. There has been no need for flip-flops, no swimming in the sea and the only time we have got the lilo out was when we covered it with a blanket, put a saucer of milk on it and watched next door’s surprised-looking cat bouncing back over the garden fence. When it’s raining you make your own entertainment.

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