From long waiting times to a lack of trained professionals, it is high time that policymakers stood up to do more to help patients with skin conditions
From expansive artificial intelligence programming to nano-engineering, dermatology is at the cutting edge of the digital health revolution
The UK lags behind other countries in getting the right treatments to rare disease patients, but promising developments are underway in a bid to help improve access
Incredibly uncommon and hard to diagnose and treat, how can we advance the treatment of ultra-rare diseases if there are still so many unknowns?
‘If we embrace our genomic future, we stand to transform the prospects for diagnosis and treatment of rare and common diseases alike’
Despite significant advances in treatment, late diagnosis results in needless deaths and the continuing scourge of cancer
How well does the UK diagnose and treat cancer – and is there a postcode lottery with regional variations in the quality of care?
Being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis is a frightening and life-changing moment, but there is help at hand, as Hilary Freeman reports