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Waiting times for bowel cancer tests in the North of England have been criticised by leading charity campaigners, reports YorkshirePost.co.uk. A total of 24 hospitals in the North are not meeting the NHS standards for less than one per cent of patients waiting more than six weeks for diagnostic tests, analysis has found.

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Three in five Brits say their doctor has become less accessible since 2012, and two-thirds admit they would use AI to relieve pressure from doctors and the NHS, reports Information-Age.com. The three main reasons given for not seeing a doctor were:... Read more

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Portugese highlight rapid clinical progress of pelvic MRI, reports AuntMinnieEurope.com. When integrated with prior clinical evaluationa nd exclusion of organic disease, pelvic MRI can play an invaluable role in the diagnosis, therapeutic guidance, and follow-up of pelvic floor dysfunction disorders,... Read more

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Business Secretary Greg Clark has announced the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, committing over £1bn over the next 4 years with a focus on healthcare, medicine, robotics and artificial intelligence, reports Gov.uk. This follows a commitment by the government to increase... Read more

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Waiting times for bowel cancer tests in the North of England have been criticised by leading charity campaigners, reports YorkshirePost.co.uk. A total of 24 hospitals in the North are not meeting the NHS standards for less than one per cent... Read more

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Scientists in France have developed a miniature x-ray detector at the tip of an optical fibre, reports AuntMinnieEurope.com. The invention miniaturises standard technology, resulting in a x-ray device with applications in medical endoscopy dosimetry.