Cancer Patients at Risk un ‘Summer of Discontent’

I well remember the 1970s wave of economic unrest and having to work a three-day week. We now have a ‘Summer of Discontent’ which is now threatening to spread from the railways across the public services, as unions representing NHS workers, teachers, barristers, postmen and even GPs threaten walkouts and industrial action over pay this summer.…

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Solid Cancer Tumour Destruction Now a Possibility

Credit: Illustration, Survivornet Harnessing the body’s own ability to seek and destroy cancer cells has been one of the most promising methods of treating blood cancers, like leukaemia.  The expensive technology reprogrammes a patient’s immune cells, called T-cells, and then returns them back into the patient where they can eradiate the cancer cells. This personalised…

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The Railway Inn, Ryde, has raised £504.81 for Ukrainian Refugee children with Cancer

The Railway Inn, Ryde, has raised £504.81 for Ukrainian Refugee children with Cancer. We have matched that so that we are able to send 1,200 euros to Olga hospital in Stuttgart, Germany and its hostel the ‘Blue House’, run by the German charity ‘Children with Cancer’, foerderkreis-krebskranke-kinder.de/. They are treating these traumatised and sick children…

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