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Thursday, June 8, 2017

A survivor who has spoken to thousands of pupils will appear as a hologram in a museum, for a groundbreaking new project.

Vets have warned dog owners in Camden to be on alert after an outbreak of the highly contagious Parvovirus among pets.

The 66-year-old hopes to raise money for the latest cancer research and treatment at The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity, which has given the finest care to her daughter.

A tax on salt, scrapping Trident and adding a penny to income tax were three solutions to the social care crisis put forward in a general election hustings yesterday.

Police have released a CCTV image to help find a woman who went missing from hospital with a cannula still in her foot.

The Department of Health’s data sharing guardian believes the transfer of 1.6million patient records was not ‘legally appropriate’.

A campaigner is taking a landmark legal case against the government over the contaminated blood disaster - providing new hope that victims of the health scandal will finally receive justice.

Health reporter Anna Behrmann joins hospital staff in donning virtual reality goggles to see the world through the eyes of a dementia patient.

The Royal Free, Whittington and UCLH have not been affected by a cyber attack against the NHS.

A former health secretary has presented evidence of “deliberate, provable acts of cover-up” in the contaminated blood scandal and demanded a Hillsborough-style inquiry into the tragedy.

A medical secretary feels she was abandoned by Unison after she returned to work following an injury and found she did not have a job

A Hampstead Garden Suburb pupil has launched a campaign to stop girls missing school because they cannot afford expensive sanitary products.

A music promoter with stage 3 cancer has instructed medical negligence lawyers to investigate his claims that he was passed around by doctors, prescribed Sudocrem and ridiculed when in vital need of diagnosis.

Two petitions are calling for Camden to halt the fortnightly collections, amid concerns of fly tipping which will encourage foxes, vermin and ‘aggressive seagulls’

A cross-party group of almost 50 MEPs have signed a letter calling for the Iranian government to end the ‘inhumane conditions’ for dual national prisoners, including West Hampstead mum Nazanin.

Haringey’s health ambassadors have highlighted the importance of getting out, staying active and making new friends as the council launches its free fitness campaign aimed at over-65s.

The Whittington Hospital’s fertility centre is opening its own sperm bank and calling for men between 18 and 40 to donate.

Do you love dancing to drum and bass but want to be simultaneously educated on the history and flora of Highgate Woods? There’s perhaps only one woman in the world who can give you all of that at once: Stacey Cohen of London Jungle Runners.

ZOE PASKETT visits a movement studio which takes a holistic and positive approach rather than shouting at you

When Hampstead mum Afia Ahmed suffered complications following the birth of her daughter last month it was a new app being piloted by her doctors which helped save her life.

Anna Behrmann talks to Lord Robert Winston about the practical and ethical implications of editing our genes

Sharon Jaffe and Hils Bentwood set up The CyClub as a pop up when their local gym closed. Now they do classes around the clock with a personal touch

Zoe Paskett tries out a new exercise class that combines swing dance and aerobics, finding that the exhaustion is outweighed by enjoyment and great music

West Hampstead mum Nazanin has finally seen a specialist for her back and neck, who said that without urgent treatment she could run the risk of permanent impairment

Anna Behrmann speaks to Professor Emma Morris, part of a team of researchers who are genetically modifying patients’ immune cells to find tumours and kill them

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