Mother has pioneering treatment using cells from dead patients that could potentially cure diabetesAnn Adair, who suffers from type one diabetes, is one of only a handful of people to have successfully had the operation The ground-breaking procedure takes cells from dead patients and transplants them to the livingExperts hope it could lead to a cure for hundreds of thousands of diabetes sufferers | UPDATED: 17:09 GMT, 27 November 2012 Deputy headteacher Ann Adair had a ground-breaking procedure which transplants cells from dead patients.
‘Who will look after our children’ Mother and father contemplate leaving their son and daughter orphans after BOTH are diagnosed with a terminal illnessPaul and Clare Coulston have been making guardianship arrangementsShe was diagnosed with oesophageal cancer and he with Motor Neurone DiseaseMrs Coulston has been a 30 per cent chance of survival and her husband has been told he has between three and five years to live
Fabled “Chupacabra” or mutant fox poisoned by radiation Hunters baffled by dog-like animal found in former Soviet republicMythical beast – named “goat sucker” in Spanish because of its carnivorous diet – is thought to have been discovered in remotest Ukraine.Vets in Ukraine are struggling to identify a “mutant” animal shot by hunters in a remote area of the former Soviet republic.
Farmer takes revenge for drug arrest by driving tractor over the top of seven police cars…
Almost 12,000 preventable deaths in hospitals every year due to errors in care 60% of the preventable deaths occurred in elderly, frail patients | UPDATED: 12:38 GMT, 13 July 2012 Almost 1,000 patients are dying needlessly in hospitals every month due to errors in care, research suggests.
Baby boy who survived major surgery just two days after birth was killed by hospital blunder weeks later Two-month-old Ethan Cross was recovering well from major organ surgery just after birth Brain was fatally starved of oxygen after a breathing tube was inserted incorrectly A baby who survived major organ surgery died after being transferred to a hospital where 'bad failings' proved fatal, an inquest heard yesterday.
Number of cancer cases set to rise 30% by 2030 due to ageing population Cancer is set to rocket in the UK with new cases rising 30 per cent by 2030, experts warned today.
Reading MailOnline will make you live longer (OK, any news media will do), says study People who use mass media have healthier dietsExperts hope findings will help develop more effective health strategies People who keep up-to-date with current affairs are more health-conscious and will live longer, say scientists.
IVF babies born from frozen embryos are healthier than those from fresh ones IVF babies born from frozen embryos are heavier and result in longer pregnancies than those born from fresh embryos, research suggests. Freezing embryos enables couples to have several cycles of IVF with eggs collected during one round of treatment. /01/06/article-2083040-0F5A39B900000578-845_468x290.jpg” width=”468″ height=”290″ alt=”Embryos being prepared for freezing: The preservation enables couples to have several cycles of IVF with eggs collected during one round of treatment” class=”blkBorder” /> Embryos being prepared for freezing: The preservation enables couples to have several cycles of IVF with eggs collected during one round of treatment Presented at the British Fertility Society Annual Meeting in Leeds, the study involved measuring the weight and length of gestation for 384 babies born after fresh embryo transfer and 108 born after frozen embryo transfer
Mother-of-three dies of huge blood clot after doctors refused to give her a scan “because it was the weekend”Scan could have saved new mother”s life, inquest toldAlison decided to go home after doctor said he was “99% sure” she didn”t have DVT A new mother died after developing a huge blood clot in her leg – which was missed by medics after they refused to scan her because it was the weekend. Alison Taylor, 29, died two weeks after giving birth to her daughter, Yvie-May, in March, after developing Deep-Vein Thrombosis in her leg. The mother-of-three was referred back to hospital by her midwife 11 days before she died, after suffering from cramps and swelling in her leg, and told doctors she feared she had a blood clot.