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Scientists discover way to stop spread of devastating childhood cancer

RESEARCHERS have made an important breakthrough that could lead to 'kinder' treatments for children with bone cancer, and save lives.

Wedding bells now for Sophie after revolutionary leukaemia treatment

SOPHIE Mulligan has fought off cancer three times – and is now planning her dream wedding after receiving revolutionary CAR-T cell therapy at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust.

Millions needed to get stroke research back on track

THE UK’s leading stroke charity is warning that research that could help people to rebuild their lives faces a long-term threat due to coronavirus pandemic

Spinal cord injury . . . and pregnancy

A COMMON concern for many women with a spinal cord injury (SCI) is whether they will be able to get pregnant, carry a baby and give birth.

Thousands of disabled self-employed missing out on ‘pandemic support’

AT LEAST 50,000 disabled people who became self-employed last year are missing out on Government funding during the coronavirus pandemic.

Coeliac disease: simple blood test now available for some adults

A SIMPLE blood test can now help to diagnose people over 55 who suspect they may have coeliac disease - an autoimmune condition in which the body attacks itself.

Time to hit the road again . . .

THE new summer Motability Scheme price list has been released, with a range of over 2,000 cars available and many vehicle models on offer with no Advance Payment.