Weight Loss And Loose Skin

There are numerous people out there who were obese and lost weight and ended up having an excess of saggy skin afterwards, but these people are usually overlooked. Surgery to remove this surplus skin is not accessible on the NHS because it’s classed as cosmetic surgery, but this excess skin can often become painful, distressingContinue reading “Weight Loss And Loose Skin”

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Dutch Cancer Patient In Her Eighties Becomes The First Person To Die After Being Re-Infected With Coronavirus

An 89-year-old Dutch woman is believed to have become the first person in the world to die after getting re-infected with the coronavirus. The unnamed woman, who was having cancer treatment at the time, was found to be infected with genetically different strains of the virus in two separate episodes, which occurred two months apart.Continue reading “Dutch Cancer Patient In Her Eighties Becomes The First Person To Die After Being Re-Infected With Coronavirus”

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Iain Duncan Smith Picking Out Severely Ill Claimants In Benefits Overhaul

The destiny of almost 550,000 benefit claimants currently considered unfit for work due to severe sicknesses such as cancer is in the balance as it surfaced that Iain Duncan Smith is preparing a fundamental alteration to the welfare system.  The work and pensions secretary is pushing to abandon a part of the benefit system thatContinue reading “Iain Duncan Smith Picking Out Severely Ill Claimants In Benefits Overhaul”

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Cancer Payments: Terminally Ill Man On Months Of Delays

A terminally sick man has been made to feel humiliated after being handed a food bank voucher surrounded by delays to his benefit payments. After the man was identified with having terminal cancer, he filled in the relevant forms, yet for three months was given no money at all. His story was highlighted by theContinue reading “Cancer Payments: Terminally Ill Man On Months Of Delays”

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Cancer Drugs Funded Until 2016

A £200 million a year reserve, for life boosting cancer medicine is to carry on up until 2016; the Prime Minister has announced. This must be a sign of things to come and, it’s all extremely magnificent, but what happens to those sick people that are being given medical care, following 2016? Well, after 2016, ifContinue reading “Cancer Drugs Funded Until 2016”

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Weapons of War!

It seems to be that over the years the rise in Cancer has got higher and, you ask yourself why.  A lot of older people may tell you it’s because it wasn’t talked about as much back then, or it was brushed under the carpet and, those things were a prohibited subject in front ofContinue reading “Weapons of War!”

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