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post 08 September 2014
Read more from Jonathan Miller on his blog World slowly waking up to Ebola crisis

If we weren't living in such dangerous times, West Africa's Ebola emergency would not have to do battle with the Islamic State and a belligerent Vladimir Putin to grab world attention.

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Ebola spreading 'exponentially' as medics close in on cure

The World Health Organisation warn the Ebola virus is spreading fast in Liberia, as scientists move one step closer to finding a working vaccine after a drug protected monkeys for 10 months.

post 06 September 2014
Read more from Tom Clarke on his blog Proton beams: better, but no magic bullet for all

Ashya King's parents made the headlines after going to extraordinary lengths to find treatment for him at the Proton Therapy Centre in Prague - but will it help Ashya?

post 06 September 2014
Read more from Tom Clarke on his blog Brain tumours in children: symptoms and signs

Some child brain cancers grow very quickly so a diagnosis just a few weeks earlier can make a huge difference to a child's prospects.

video 05 September 2014 UK

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Tumours 'main cause of death' for UK children

Dr Steve Lomis from Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, Angela Polanco, whose daughter died from cancer, and John Rogers whose daughter was diagnosed with cancer, discuss cancer treatment in Britain.

post 04 September 2014
Read more from Victoria Macdonald on her blog Would targeting affluent OAPs save the NHS?

The rich and middle-aged should be taxed more to pay for the NHS and social care, a new report suggests.

post 01 September 2014
Read more on FactCheck FactCheck: which treatment is best for Ashya King?

Doctors treating Ashya King have defended their decision not to send the five-year-old for proton beam therapy.

video 30 August 2014 UK, France

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Arrest warrant issued for parents of missing Ashya - video

The search widens for Ashya King, the five-year-old boy with a brain tumour who was taken out of hospital on Thursday. Police say he may be in Marbella.

article 29 August 2014 UK
NHS food being served in 2000 (Getty)
New rules for hospital food - what do you think?

Hospitals are to be forced to meet "tough new mandatory standards" under government rules to improve hospital food, the Department of Health announces.