Archive: Nhs Research

A random trip to the gynecologist can save women under 25 from living with undiagnosed cervical cancer

Cervical cancer: Does the smear age need to be lowered?

A change in the rules to start smear tests at 25, rather than 20, could be leaving more young women without treatment

Opinion Former Articles

  • Health of the public in 2040

    The Academy of Medical Sciences’ latest report, ‘Improving the health of the public by 2040’, explores how the UK’s research environment needs to adapt to meet the complex health challenges we will face in the future.

  • A vision for improving the health of the public

    The Academy of Medical Sciences’ latest report, ‘Improving the health of the public by 2040’, explores how the UK’s research environment needs to adapt to meet the complex health challenges we will face in the future.

  • The importance of clinical pharmacology and therapeutics in the NHS

    Clinical pharmacologists can make even more vital contributions to the NHS as it attempts to provide safe, equitable, high-quality patient care with restricted budgets.

  • RCP President: NHS creaking at the seams

    Sir Richard Thompson, President of the Royal College of Physicians, commenting on today’s release of waiting list statistics from the Department of Health, said he was worried about the implications of the rise in the number of patients waiting for diagnosis and treatment.

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