'I found my husband crying in wet nappies': Widow tells of horror after visiting husband dying from leukaemia in hospital Andrew Beveridge died in January last year at Victoria Hospital in FifeHis widow said he was left in wet nappies after nurses failed to change themShe added that she also cleaned urine from the floor from a previous patient By Claire Bates PUBLISHED: 16:58 GMT, 7 February 2013 | UPDATED: 17:20 GMT, 7 February 2013 Andrew Beveridge was admitted three times to Victoria Hospital.
Terminally ill toddler who delivered his parents' wedding rings in his toy car starts potentially life-saving drug trial Charlie is suffering from acute myleoid leukaemia.
'There was more chance of winning the lottery': Father and son both develop rare cancers at odds of 14m to one Father and son diagnosed with different forms of aggressive cancer four years apart Doctors say there is no link between the two conditions and the odds of both developing them were 14million to oneFamily are now backing new Stand up to Cancer campaign | UPDATED: 23:44 GMT, 15 October 2012 Andrew Wantling who has beaten a rare form of cancer and son James who has battled unrelated leukaemia for two years A family has been left devastated after both a father and son were diagnosed with different types of aggressive cancer at odds of 14 million to one.
Double joy as twins diagnosed with cancer within a week of each other are both given the all clear They kept smiling throughout their difficult treatment, reveals fatherTwins were diagnosed with cancer within days of eachother Child has just a 10% chance of developing leukaemia at some point if their identical twin has it | UPDATED: 11:10 GMT, 28 June 2012 Identical twin sisters Megan and Grace Garwood are celebrating together after both winning the battle against leukaemia.
Schoolgirl, 17, diagnosed with rare form of cancer after she recognised symptoms while watching film starring Cameron Diaz
Fertility drugs 'more than double the chances of children developing leukaemia' | UPDATED: 06:10 GMT, 24 April 2012 Risk: A study has found that fertility drugs can more than double the chances of children born to mothers who struggle to get pregnant developing leukaemia (posed by model) Fertility drugs can more than double the chances of children born to mothers who struggle to get pregnant developing leukaemia, a study has shown.
How lack of 120 test means cancer patients aren't gettting the best treatment (and that's according to the specialists) | UPDATED: 09:04 GMT, 24 April 2012 Cancer patients may be missing out on the most effective treatments because of poor access to new biomarker tests, according to a survey of senior hospital doctors.
Ten-year-old cancer boy given new hope after global search finds one-in-a-million bone marrow donor
Infant may save the life of three-year-old brother stricken with cancer
Wayne Rooney gave my football-mad son the courage to battle cancer A schoolboy has battled back from leukaemia with help from his Manchester United heroes Wayney Rooney and Michael Owen. Callum Rose, 12, was cheered up by a hospital visit from the Premier League footballers who gave him the extra push he needed to get better