Sammy Davis was admitted to Cambridge hospital with sepsis, meningitis and Strep B
Ethics researcher is speaker at rare diseases festival in Guildhall
Kym Field lost her son Alfie after just 36 hours
Mesh can cause chronic pain and sepsis - and some women have had to have their badder or bowel removed
Additional evening and weekend appointments will be available at GP surgeries across the county from this month.
Working with Lund University in Sweden, research team is first to target toxic particles that are underlying cause of disease
University of Cambridge professor teamed up with cardiologist to form Cambridge Science Park company
Spellbinding talks by Andy Richards and Jonathan Milner
Original solution for hearing issue in youngsters
Festival of Ideas to discuss major issues facing society today
Cambridge Respiratory Innovations Ltd is a finalist in the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards
‘Paradigm shift’ for medical science
NHS England praises Clinical Commissioning Group for its work
Opinion: Why should industry pay for confected crisis?
Rebecca Shaw tells how she has signed up in support of her brother Michael, 21
Trinity Hall hosts emotional reunion
A consultation has been launched on whether to reduce the number of inpatient beds for people with learning disabilities in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
Device reads text on screens, road signs, and retail products - and boasts face recognition and gesture control
Best known as Frank Spencer Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ’Em, and as the Phantom of the Opera, the actor and singer also does a great deal for charity.
... but papers ‘not a reality as we still don’t know what’s going to happen’
Japanese firm Astellas acquires gene therapy firm
How Eloise Cutbush is helping develop new treatments at Addenbrooke’s
Hospital worker’s bid for glory
Ganesh Muthusamy tells of ongoing discrimination in India
Differences in most common causes of death in Cambridge, South Cambridgeshire and East Cambridgeshire emerge
Evonetix is a pioneer in the synthetic biology revolution
Epigenome research impacts our understanding of ageing, disease and the development of embryos
An award-nominated show garden will be recreated at Addenbrooke’s.
Steady decrease in smokers - but Cambridge still has more smokers than average for region
More than 50 patients on an average day remain in beds they no longer need at Cambridge University Hospitals.
Spray-on treatment is part of new approach to ageing
Machine learning and AI speed up research
Wellbeing divide haunts city: charity has vital role in challenging times
How the pitches went for eight life sciences incubator finalists
Life sciences conference proves of international value
A new £7m day-case unit including a state-of-the-art endoscopy suite has opened at Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital.
Cambridge Biomedical Campus company is part of international WINDOW Consortium working to defeat this deadly brain tumour
Averil Hart’s father tells Cambridgeshire health committee that his daughter’s death was “completely avoidable”
Women and children brave searing temperatures to take part in annual event
Founder and CEO outlines life science’s newest proprietary biotechnologies
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