Taking mental health seriously is good for workers and business

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Poor mental health not only brings anguish to individuals in the workforce, it costs UK business dear

New drugs for not-so-rare diseases

NHS England's spending on medicines

Just how rare are rare diseases in the UK? Not as rare as you might think

Call for a new national stroke standard of care

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Stroke treatment in the UK is a postcode lottery, despite the development of groundbreaking new therapies

The NHS is failing stroke patients and society

Campaigners are pressuring the Department of Health for a national standard for stroke care

Stroke Association chief executive Juliet Bouverie warns of a crisis in the treatment and care of stroke patients

Connected tech is just the thing for the NHS

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There are an extraordinary number of applications in healthcare for the internet of things which will eventually be at the heart of patient care delivery

The challenges of supplying personalised meds

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Personalised medicines that offer great hope to those suffering serious diseases have the potential to explode traditional pharmaceutical supply chains

5G is key to UK digital development

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Despite some disappointing 4G connections, the government is planning a 5G internet future as the launch pad for the UK’s digital economy

How technology is helping save the NHS

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Technology may sometimes be perceived as a bitter pill, but it is the medicine that could yet save an ailing NHS