As the NHS celebrates its 75th birthday, Jessica Morley discusses challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
England is set to eliminate hepatitis C by 2025, making it the first country in the world to do so, thanks to an antiviral drug deal.
Transfusion of lab-grown red blood cells in pioneering clinical trial could revolutionise treatment of rare blood disorders
Caius Gibeily reports on the promising results from a phase I trial which transfused lab-grown red blood cells into healthy patients.
Megan Perry reviews the developments in cystic fibrosis treatment, including the revolution precision medicine is having on patient outcomes.
Chronic pain diseases continue to cause distress worldwide and are now the leading cause of disability. Benjamin Fisher discusses why we can experience chronic pain, how it is researched and new findings that provide a source of hope for chronic pain sufferers.
For years medications have been overprescribed by doctors, costing millions and harming the environment. Amy Booth discusses how green social prescribing may be the answer to reduce these costs and help support people with nature-based interventions.
Sophie Thompson The digitisation of healthcare is not a new idea—indeed it was a clear ambition of the NHS Long Term Plan, published in January 2019, which proposed that all patients should have the right to a ‘digital first’ primary care offer by 2023/2024. The pandemic, however, necessitated a much more rapid realisation of this…