New prostate cancer drug that could help to protect bones from disease approved by NHS

New prostate cancer drug that could help to protect bones from disease approved by NHS | UPDATED: 02:40 GMT, 30 March 2012 Good news: A new drug that protects the bones of patients undergoing prostate cancer treatment is to be approved for use on the NHS A new drug that protects the bones of patients undergoing prostate cancer treatment is to be approved for use on the NHS.

World first as surgeons grow bone TWO INCHES and prepare to fit bionic leg to woman who lost limb in 1996 Tube accident

The Tube accident victim who GREW leg bone two inches so doctors can finally fit bionic limb after 15 years in world-first op Marny Cringle couldn't have leg fitted before because stump was too shortLeft leg amputated above the knee after falling under an Underground train A woman who lost a leg when she fell under a London underground train is to receive a bionic limb in a remarkable world-first operation after successfully growing bone.