UK breast cancer death rates falling fastest in ‚Äėbig six‚Äô of Europe
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UK breast cancer death rates falling fastest in ‚Äėbig six‚Äô of Europe

This article was taken from:¬†https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/mar/19/uk-breast-cancer-death-rates-falling-fastest-in-big-six-of-europe By¬†Denis Campbell¬†Health policy editor Study says women aged 50-69 most likely to benefit, while those aged 70-79 will gain least Death rates from breast cancer are falling faster in Britain than in any other of the six most populous countries in¬†Europe, research shows. The rate of death from the disease…

Britain loses medicines contracts as EU body anticipates Brexit
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Britain loses medicines contracts as EU body anticipates Brexit

This article was taken from:¬†https://www.theguardian.com/business/2018/sep/02/britain-loses-medicines-contracts-as-eu-body-anticipates-brexit By¬†Lisa O’Carroll¬†and¬†Hannah Devlin European Medicines Agency ends pharma evaluations work and moves contracts to bloc Britain‚Äôs leading role in evaluating new medicines for sale to patients across the EU has collapsed with no more work coming from¬†Europe¬†because of Brexit, it has emerged. The decision by the¬†European Medicines Agency¬†to cut Britain…

Annual charge paid by migrants for using the NHS to double

Annual charge paid by migrants for using the NHS to double

This article was taken from:¬†https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/feb/05/annual-charge-paid-by-migrants-for-using-the-nhs-to-double By¬†Rajeev Syal Immigration health surcharge, which doctors fear may encourage racial profiling, will increase to ¬£400 a year Charges paid by temporary migrants to the UK to use the¬†NHS¬†are to double, the government has announced. Ministers said the move would raise around ¬£220m a year for the health service while…