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Why £1.3bn healthcare service needs public’s help

Why £1.3bn healthcare service needs public’s help

Why £1.3bn healthcare service needs public’s help

A financially-troubled clinical commissioning group with a £75m deficit is asking for the public’s help in deciding which services to cut.


Ieso plots mental healthcare by AI with launch of Eight Billion Minds

Ieso plots mental healthcare by AI with launch of Eight Billion Minds

Ieso plots mental healthcare by AI with launch of Eight Billion Minds

The Cambridge company will use deep learning to develop tools that can address the shortage of therapists.


Macmillan Coffee Mornings held across Cambridgeshire

Macmillan Coffee Mornings held across Cambridgeshire

Macmillan Coffee Mornings held across Cambridgeshire

The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, Macmillan Cancer Support’s largest annual fundraising event, was celebrated on Friday (September 27).


Addenbrooke’s Hospital could be rebuilt from 2025 after government announces share of £100m funding

Addenbrooke’s Hospital could be rebuilt from 2025 after government announces share of £100m funding

Addenbrooke’s Hospital could be rebuilt from 2025 after government announces share of £100m funding

New Cambridge hospital would be ‘game-changing’, says chief executive Roland Sinker.


RAREsummit adds goodwill to new era of genomics

RAREsummit adds goodwill to new era of genomics

RAREsummit adds goodwill to new era of genomics

Wellcome Genome Campus gathering is delight for rare disease community


Cambridge Heartwear earns two BIMA awards for Heartsense device

Cambridge Heartwear earns two BIMA awards for Heartsense device

Cambridge Heartwear earns two BIMA awards for Heartsense device

The device monitor heart rhythm conditions.


University of Cambridge’s Prof Jonathan Heeney answers call from Bill Gates to transform flu vaccine

University of Cambridge’s Prof Jonathan Heeney answers call from Bill Gates to transform flu vaccine

University of Cambridge’s Prof Jonathan Heeney answers call from Bill Gates to transform flu vaccine

A influenza pandemic could kill 33 million people globally in just six months


101 pictures from Chariots of Fire 2019 as runners raise money for Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust

 101 pictures from Chariots of Fire 2019 as runners raise money for Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust

101 pictures from Chariots of Fire 2019 as runners raise money for Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust

Hopes that £100,000 will be raised for new children's emergency ambulance service


£5m Cambridge hub will research inflammatory bowel disease using genomics

£5m Cambridge hub will research inflammatory bowel disease using genomics

£5m Cambridge hub will research inflammatory bowel disease using genomics

Crohn's Disease and colitis will be first diseases to be analysed at new research facility


F45 Training Cambridge Station to officially launch this Saturday (September 21)

F45 Training Cambridge Station to officially launch this Saturday (September 21)

F45 Training Cambridge Station to officially launch this Saturday (September 21)

F45 Training, located at 60 Station Road, CB1, will be hosting an opening event from 11am to 3pm.


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