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Tag: treatment

Scientists in the UK have discovered a cheap and available treatment for COVID-19 patients. They have described the use of common steroid drug dexamethasone as a “major breakthrough”. The drug is part of the world’s biggest trial testing existing treatments to see if they also work for coronavirus. It cut the risk...
16.06.2020
Interview: Egemen Arkut (Translated)  WHILE the coronavirus epidemic continues to spread fear and anxiety around the world, it seems that some people who are at risk due to their age and illnesses have recovered in a short time. Prince Charles is one of the well-known figures of the British Royal...
28.04.2020
HEALTH bosses have expressed “serious concerns” over the possible re-accreditation of the UK’s largest group of registered homeopaths. In a letter to the Professional Standards Authority, they said it gives “a false impression” to the public that their treatments are “clinically and scientifically established”. Homeopathy should not be recommended to...
01.11.2019
A boy with cancer has been given the all-clear after he had treatment in Turkey he was denied on the NHS. Charlie Ilsley, 12, had targeted radiotherapy on spinal tumours after travelling to the country. His mum Toni Ilsley says if she had not managed to raise the money for...
05.09.2019
Tracey Britten a 50 year old grandmother of eight has become the UK’s oldest mother of quadruplets after spending £7,000 on IVF treatment at the private Kolan British IVF Center, North Cyprus. Giving birth to 3 daughters and 1 son last month via cesarean at 31 weeks on October 26th,...
09.11.2018
THE cabinet has agreed that once the UK has leaves the EU, European immigrates will face the same face the same rules as those from elsewhere. The agreement in principle follows a recommendation of the independent Migration Advisory Committee (MAC), which was also backed by Labour. According to the BBC’s source...
30.09.2018
A GALA dinner will be taking place on Saturday, 3rd November for Enis. The event will is being organised to raise money for Enis The Wonderchild’s treatment. On the 11th of April 2017, Enis suffered a non-fatal drowning. Initial prognosis from the doctors was bleak with no sign of life....
20.09.2018
Tracey Britten a 50 year old grandmother of eight is set to become the UK’s oldest mother of quadruplets after spending £7,000 on IVF treatment at the private Kolan British IVF Center, North Cyprus. Mrs Britten who currently already a mother of three is 25 weeks pregnant expecting three girls,...
13.09.2018
ALBERT Thompson receives date for cancer treatment. Cancer patient Albert Thompson, the man who has been a vital focal point of much of the Windrush quarrel, has received a date to begin his treatment on the NHS. Last year he was told that he is due to pay £54,000 for...
28.04.2018
A DECISION has been made by NHS officials for all hospitals in the country to cancel non-urgent surgeries until February.
09.01.2018
All pregnant women who go into labour too soon should be given antibiotics to protect their baby from a potentially deadly infection called Group B Strep (GBS), say new guidelines.
13.09.2017