Celebrating research at Royal Brompton & Harefield - Friday 15 July 2016, 11.30am - 2.00pm Main reception, Royal Brompton Hospital,Sydney Street, London, SW3 6NP Find out how our research is changing patient care • Have some fun on our ... Imperial College London, 2 weeks ago
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Creepy crawlies among gravestones will be under the microscope this month during a race against the clock in one of the UK's most important cemeteries. London's Brompton Cemetery will play host to The Royal Parks first ever BioBlitz to give ...Royal Parks, 1 month ago
Comedian Sue Perkins joined the picket line at the Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead, north London , while former speaker of the House of Commons Dame Betty Boothroyd was at the Royal Brompton Hospital in London . Hospitals will now begin the work ...Equilibrio Informativo, 1 month ago 78% of junior doctors fail to attend work as part of the industrial strike Commissioning Review, 1 month ago
Dose escalation to the prostate improves tumor control but at the expense of increased rectal toxicity. Modern imaging can be used to detect the most common site of recurrence, the intraprostatic lesion (IPL), which has led to the concept of ...UroToday, 21 hours ago
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Download the Issue @ a Glance podcast Subscribe to the EHJ Podcast It has now been half a century since the first coronary bypass graft surgery, with the first percutaneous coronary intervention following just over a decade later. 1 , 2 The ...European Heart Journal, 1 day ago
Interview conducted by , MPsych Can you give me a brief overview of aortic stenosis? How does it affect the body? Aortic stenosis means narrowing of the aortic valve, which is the out flow valve from the left ventricle, the pumping chamber of ...News-Medical.Net, 2 days ago
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Home » Health » / no comments Roger Holmes, 69, from Bromley, was the first patient in Britain to undergo a new procedure to tackle blocked arteries THE PATIENT MY HEART problems began when I was 34, when I had a heart attack while ...HealthMediciNet.com, 3 days ago
The first ever UK Lung cancer Screening trial (UKLS) has shown that identifying early stage cancer in patients with a high risk of developing the disease can increase their chance of survival for five...
The first ever UK Lung cancer Screening trial (UKLS) has shown that identifying early stage cancer in patients with a high risk of developing the disease can increase their chance of survival for five years or longer, by 73%. The aim of the study ...MedImaging.net, 4 days ago Lung Cancer: The Most Common Cause of Cancer Deaths in UK MedIndia, 4 weeks ago Early diagnosis of lung cancer can increase survival rate by 73% News-Medical.Net, 1 month ago Lung cancer survival rate increases by 73 percent if caught early EurekAlert!, 1 month ago
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