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The NHS employs over 1.4 million people in the UK and the Social Care Sector hires a further 1.6 million people. An additional 65,000 retired doctors and nurses have been contacted by the Government, urging them...
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New 2020 dates announced

Further to its announcement of postponement last week, the organiser of leading care show the Oncology Convention is pleased to be able to announce the new dates of 9th and 10th November 2020. The event will...
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The Oncology Convention 2020 and All Co-Located Events Rescheduling Due to Coronavirus

The organiser of the Oncology Convention (17th-18th March 2020, NEC Birmingham), has been closely monitoring updates on the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Like many large event organisers, the health and safety of our visitors, exhibitors and...
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Essential Writing Guides by World Scientific Publishing

World Scientific Publishing has established itself as one of the leading scientific publishers in the world, and the largest international scientific publisher in the Asia-Pacific region. Publishing around 600 new titles a year and 140 journals...
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How to Maintain a Healthy Bladder in 2020

Your bladder and bowel are key to your health and well-being. If they are not looked after properly, then they may become a problem to you! Read on to find out how to maintain a healthy...
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Maximise the success of your research with our top tips for publication

Within the global scientific community, cancer research is understandably one of the most high-profile areas of study. With this in mind, it is unsurprising that publishing research in this field is a very competitive matter. ...
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NHS workers at Christmas

As friends and families join together for Christmas parties, carol concerts and sit down to festive meals, healthcare workers are hard at work providing high-quality care for patients. The holiday season can be overwhelming and stressful...
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Heart risk higher in cancer survivors

Treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation are critical to cancer survival. However, life-saving cancer treatment could also increase the risk of someone developing cardiovascular disease....
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Should We Be Focusing On A ‘Cure’ For Cancer?

The Institute of Cancer Research has published a statement criticising the public obsession with finding a ‘cure for cancer’ as being the ultimate goal of medical research. ...
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New Book Published by a BOPA Member

A member of our partners BOPA has published a book - ‘Can community pharmacists support patients who take oral anticancer medication?’ ...
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Join the cancer conversation

There is a great new initiative from Cancer Research UK on social media for organisations and individuals to talk about their experiences of cancer...
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What have the UK political parties pledged for the NHS and social care?

During the build up to a general election in the UK, every political party will release their manifesto, a published declaration of their intentions and motives of issues throughout society to the public....
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