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As part of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, Sophia Courtaux considers a new tool devised to help GPs assess the risk of patients suffering bowel cancer – one of the most common types of cancer diagnosed in the UK.
Sophia Courtaux writes about a condition called giant cell arteritis which is reported to damage the sight of about 3,000 patients every year in the UK, and steps that have been taken by the NHS to ensure prompt diagnosis of the condition and limit sight loss.
Sophia Courtaux writes about Breast Cancer Care’s campaign to raise awareness of secondary breast cancer and improve rates of diagnosis and ensuring correct treatment for those affected.
Sophia Courtaux considers a recent study by Macmillan Cancer Support which highlights the major changes in diagnosis, treatment and aftercare of cancer from 1970-2016.
Sophia Courtaux, Legal Assistant, who advises clients considering pursuing a clinical negligence claim, discusses the rules regarding time limits for bringing a claim, and the importance of adherence to these time limits.
Sophia Courtaux considers the recent growing public demand for increasing the age range of children eligible for the new Meningitis B vaccine.
Sophia Courtaux considers the recent report confirming regional variations in the early diagnosis of cancer across England.
A blog raising awareness of the causes, diagnosis and treatment of Deep vein Thrombosis (DVT).