Brain tumours: the biggest cancer killer of children and young adults
Simple lifestyle changes to help keep cancer at bay
Teenage Cancer Trust case studies and key information
"My life started the day I got a hearing dog"
ENT research and technology: from newborns to the elderly
Hearing loss: the costs, the effect on society and how to prevent it
Understanding genes, the essence of life
Genetic testing aids newborn screening
Obesity shows an appetite for surgical weight loss
Bariatric surgery gave my obesity the needle
Weighing in to stop the UK’s obesity epidemic
Air pollution and what we can do about it
The fight for early diagnosis of lung disease
Turning the tide on the burden of lung disease
UK Stroke Forum unites stroke community
Stroke patient story: ‘I had no idea I was at risk’
Early supported discharge for stroke patients
Increasing the uptake of biosimilars across the NHS: 7 key insights
Bone disease patients are some of the first to switch from biologic drugs to biosimilars
Competition from biosimilars is having a positive effect on cost of treatments
Food Writer and TV chef, Ching-He Huang, explains how her aunt’s death to lung cancer has inspired her to support the British Lung Foundation.
Despite diagnosis rates increasing, there are still a third of people who remain undiagnosed and don’t get the initial support and care they need.