1m an hour 'lottery' of NHS diabetes care: Thousands face complications including blindness, strokes and even death because of 'shocking' variations in treatmentFailures are leading to premature deaths according to Parliamentary groupAlmost half of sufferers not getting nine recommended annual checks By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 01:31 GMT, 20 March 2013 | UPDATED: 11:21 GMT, 20 March 2013 Thousands of people with diabetes are being failed by ‘shocking variations’ in NHS treatment, warn MPs.
'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: 15:45 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.
Yes, you CAN die of a broken heart – emotional turmoil can narrow the arteries, leading to cardiac arrest | UPDATED: 15:58 GMT, 15 October 2012 It has long been claimed that people have died from a broken heart.
Girl, 4, denied operation to help her walk due to postcode lottery to have surgery after well-wishers raise 30,000 Evie suffers from cerebral palsy and can only shuffle using a walking frameShe will undergo a procedure to 'free' her legs thanks to contributions from wellwishers after her story was featured on MailOnline in January | UPDATED: 10:32 GMT, 28 August 2012 Karissa Skidmore with her daughter Evie Tucker who suffers from cerebral palsy.
Money well spent: Teenager who fell over while carrying Olympic torch is bought a new prosthetic limb by Britain’s biggest Euromillions winnersKieran Maxwell had his left leg amputated after getting rare and aggressive cancer Ewings SarcomaLast month while walking with his current prosthetic limb he fell while carrying the Olympic torchEuromillionaires Colin and Chris Weir pay five-figure-sum for a new lightweight leg for the 13-year-old'He'll be able to walk, run and climb just like his friends,' his emotional mum Nicola said today | UPDATED: 07:39 GMT, 1 August 2012 A 13-year-old who lost a leg to cancer will get a new life-changing prosthetic limb from Britain's biggest-ever lottery jackpot winners.
You”ve won 10, shopkeepers told Lotto winner… then they claimed his 157,000£ prize for themselves
Home care costs soar over 10,000: Elderly left struggling to pay bills as town halls drive up charges Blow follows as millions of elderly continue to struggle with rising food and energy bills Around half a million elderly and vulnerable people are being hit with soaring costs to pay for basic support in their own homes, figures have revealed.