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Blind passenger encourages others to use mobile assistance service at village railway stations

Blind passenger encourages others to use mobile assistance service at village railway stations

Blind passenger encourages others to use mobile assistance service at village railway stations

24 February 2024

‘Taking the train helps me keep my independent’ says Diane Rose.


‘What’s the plan to tackle Cambridge’s congestion now?’ ask campaigners

‘What’s the plan to tackle Cambridge’s congestion now?’ ask campaigners

‘What’s the plan to tackle Cambridge’s congestion now?’ ask campaigners

23 February 2024

There are concerns that any hopes of genuine public transport improvements will be dashed without taking more cars off the road.

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Cambridgeshire NHS has just 20 postal HIV tests available per day

Cambridgeshire NHS has just 20 postal HIV tests available per day

Cambridgeshire NHS has just 20 postal HIV tests available per day

23 February 2024

Patients say they have to stay up until midnight and have just two minutes to order a test before they run out.


Cell therapy could help patients with ARDS from severe Covid-19

Cell therapy could help patients with ARDS from severe Covid-19

Cell therapy could help patients with ARDS from severe Covid-19

23 February 2024

A clinical study involving Anglia Ruskin University shows promising results.


Cambridge University Hospitals Trust faces £125m repair backlog bill

Cambridge University Hospitals Trust faces £125m repair backlog bill

Cambridge University Hospitals Trust faces £125m repair backlog bill

22 February 2024

The foundation trust, which runs Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie, has seen a 152 per cent rise in its high-risk repair costs.

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Breakthrough involving Addenbrooke’s is first for 15 years in treatment of asbestos-related cancer

Breakthrough involving Addenbrooke’s is first for 15 years in treatment of asbestos-related cancer

Breakthrough involving Addenbrooke’s is first for 15 years in treatment of asbestos-related cancer

22 February 2024

Study examined a cancer with one of the lowest five-year survival rates.


Plans for 170-home green belt retirement village granted on appeal

Plans for 170-home green belt retirement village granted on appeal

Plans for 170-home green belt retirement village granted on appeal

20 February 2024

The plans had faced backlash from the community.

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Ambulance service team first in country to win global quality certification

Ambulance service team first in country to win global quality certification

Ambulance service team first in country to win global quality certification

20 February 2024

The certification process provides an enhanced level of assurance to patients, staff and volunteers.


Cottenham woman in life-threatening condition a week after she was found in roadside ditch

Cottenham woman in life-threatening condition a week after she was found in roadside ditch

Cottenham woman in life-threatening condition a week after she was found in roadside ditch

19 February 2024

A further appeal for information has been launched.


Thousands of pelvic mesh victims ‘deserve redress’

Thousands of pelvic mesh victims ‘deserve redress’

Thousands of pelvic mesh victims ‘deserve redress’

19 February 2024

The recommendations are yet to be approved by the government.


Charity backs Cambridge platform using AI to detect prostate cancer cases

Charity backs Cambridge platform using AI to detect prostate cancer cases

Charity backs Cambridge platform using AI to detect prostate cancer cases

18 February 2024

Macmillan back Lucida Medical’s Pi to detect prostate cancer cases from MRI scans.


Brains compensate for age-related deterioration by recruiting other areas, scientists show

Brains compensate for age-related deterioration by recruiting other areas, scientists show

Brains compensate for age-related deterioration by recruiting other areas, scientists show

15 February 2024

Findings could help us understand why some maintain better function than others.


Royal Papworth patients among first to receive pioneering ICD to treat abnormal heart rhythms

Royal Papworth patients among first to receive pioneering ICD to treat abnormal heart rhythms

Royal Papworth patients among first to receive pioneering ICD to treat abnormal heart rhythms

14 February 2024

They were given the ICDs as they are at increased risk of sudden cardiac arrest.


How to maintain fitness momentum in February

How to maintain fitness momentum in February

How to maintain fitness momentum in February

13 February 2024

Our fitness expert, Ollie Thompson, has some advice to help you maintain your exercise routine.


£4m research project will identify those at high risk of blood cancers and develop interventions

£4m research project will identify those at high risk of blood cancers and develop interventions

£4m research project will identify those at high risk of blood cancers and develop interventions

09 February 2024

Cambridge will lead the work and build a clinical network at Addebrooke’s.


Single dose of new gene therapy has transformed lives of patients with potentially fatal hereditary disorder

Single dose of new gene therapy has transformed lives of patients with potentially fatal hereditary disorder

Single dose of new gene therapy has transformed lives of patients with potentially fatal hereditary disorder

08 February 2024

Cambridge University Hospitals was involved, with one patient describing treatment as ‘like a magic wand’.


Kalium Health launches clinical trial of world’s first blood potassium rapid self-test

Kalium Health launches clinical trial of world’s first blood potassium rapid self-test

Kalium Health launches clinical trial of world’s first blood potassium rapid self-test

08 February 2024

The University of Cambridge spin-out is heading towards a US product launch.


Family fundraising to complete bucket list for daughter with terminal illness

Family fundraising to complete bucket list for daughter with terminal illness

Family fundraising to complete bucket list for daughter with terminal illness

05 February 2024

Caitlin Passey was diagnosed with Juvenile Batten Disease in October 2021 – an inherited disorder which affects her nervous system and eyesight.


The King has cancer, Buckingham Palace confirms

The King has cancer, Buckingham Palace confirms

The King has cancer, Buckingham Palace confirms

05 February 2024

He has begun a series of treatments.


Health: Perfect your smile with Specialist Dental Partners

Health: Perfect your smile with Specialist Dental Partners

Health: Perfect your smile with Specialist Dental Partners

05 February 2024

Sponsored feature | From regular check-ups to complex restorations, Specialist Dental Partners in Thriplow offers the best in private dentistry.


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