Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has carried out its first robotic-assisted total knee replacement operation.
NHS England has said that a ‘world-leading’ programme to cut prostate cancer diagnosis times from six weeks to a matter of days will be trialled.
Professor Dame Sally Davies has warned that the impact of air, light and noise pollution has yet to be fully recognised in terms of health.
Chaand Nagpaul has told the Health Select Committee that proper funding is required to carry out necessary service transformation.
The NAO has said that the finances and function of the NHS are under threat because too many patients are being admitted as medical emergencies.
People in rehab for serious mental health problems are more likely to face lengthy stays far from home and local support.
Women with bigger waists relative to their hips are at more risk of heart attacks than men of a similar shape.
The 100,000 Genomes Project has now reached the halfway mark – sequencing 50,000 human genomes from 40,000 patients.
The British Medical Journal says early cell changes that can turn into cervical cancer may get better without treatment in 50 per cent of cases.
Pulse has reported that GPs in five areas of England are being offered cash payments not to refer patients to hospital.
Brexit negotiations should ‘put patients first’ following warnings children could miss out on lifesaving clinical trials when the UK leaves the EU.
The annual British Social Attitudes survey has revealed that public satisfaction with GP services has fallen to its lowest level since records began.