More Reasons For You to Attend MediWeek

MediWeek is the UK’s largest healthcare event will bring together 35000 healthcare professionals across 10 world-class exhibitions. MediWeek is a unique opportunity for you, your team, and your trust to come together to discover the cutting...
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European Oncology Convention Post Show Review

There was a palpable sense of anticipation from the awaiting crowds before the doors to the European Oncology Convention officially opened. The 1,700 visitors, made up of radiographers, radiologists, oncologists, consultants, and pioneering researchers created a...
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Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

April 2019 is bowel cancer awareness month, an annual event that raises awareness of the disease. Bowel cancer affects millions of people every year, so it is important that the wider population understand what it is,...
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No Smoking Day 2019

Everyone knows someone that smokes cigarettes. But do they know how harmful it is to their health? No Smoking Day aims to bring awareness to the dangers of harmful addiction and spotlights effective resources that will assist those...
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The Women Taking the Fight to Cancer

International Women’s Day was first observed in 1911 and has since evolved into a moment of respect the work being done by women in all industries. The themes of #BalanceForBetter and ‘Think Equal, Build Smart, Innovate...
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Introducing The Surgery Convention 2020

The Surgery Convention is the UK’s leading event for surgical teams. The show will bring 1,500 surgeons, and 500 hospital directors and procurement managers under one roof. The Surgery Convention will host 60 CPD accredited seminars...
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Highland Marketing Advisory Board Responds to the NHS Long Term Plan

The NHS Long Term Plan was published at the start of January. The 134-page document sets down how the health service in England will spend the £20.5 billion a year “birthday present” that the government unwrapped...
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Good News on World Cancer Day

The survival rates of teenagers and young adults with cancer in England is increasing, with Leukaemia and Bone Cancer seeing a particular increase (Teenage Cancer Trust and Public Health England). The report studied data on 13...
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Will the NHS Long Term Plan Help Decrease the Cancer Death Gap?

Towards the end of 2018, it was suggested that there is a growing gap between the death rates of cancer patients living in deprived parts of Wales, compared to those living in richer areas...
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How Leeds is driving Pathology into the 21st century

Pathology plays a critical role in cancer care. It is the only way to definitively diagnose a cancer, grade how aggressive it is and measure how far it has spread, and yet it has long...
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A Growing Threat Sees Growing Support

Since 2003, November has been a month of awareness and fundraising for prostate cancer thanks to the charity movement Movember. Originating in Australia before branching out to the UK, the charity shows a great awareness of...
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Prysm Medical Moves to NEC to Cope With Unforeseen Demand

The Prysm Medical Portfolio is heading into its 7th year and is set for its biggest ever edition. The popularity has led to event moving to a new home at National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham on 26th...
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