The scandal of women who STILL aren't told the risks of bladder operations | UPDATED: 22:56 GMT, 3 September 2012 'The problems started immediately,' said Teresa Hughes of her bladder operation Teresa Hughes had been delighted to be offered a solution for stress incontinence.
Boy, 5, takes first steps after experimental drug shrinks huge tumour that was spreading through his body Drug has stopped spread of tumour and Alfie has been weaned off pain medicationThe drug is more commonly used as an anti-rejection drug for kidney transplant patients'It gives us hope', say parents | UPDATED: 15:52 GMT, 10 July 2012 A five-year-old boy has taken his first steps – after a 'miracle' drug helped shrink a giant and deadly tumour that was raging through his body.
A needle in my ankle beat my incontinence Millions of Britons suffer from urinary incontinence and/or the urgent need to urinate.
Three little miracles! Brothers born at 25 weeks are most premature triplets to have survived in Britain Max, Lucas and Harvey weighed less than 5lbs between them when they arrived 15 weeks earlyNaturally-conceived babies are now at home and fighting fitMother Rachael says: 'Things like complaining about them crying feels so trivial, it's just great they have survived' These three tiny brothers are believed to be the most premature triplets ever to have survived in Britain – after they were born 15 weeks early.
The agonising pain women endure for EIGHT YEARS before they are diagnosed Jenny Genge was 34 when she made the decision to have a hysterectomy. For nearly two decades she’d suffered the agony of endometriosis and, after trying everything from hormone therapy to laser surgery, this dramatic solution was all that was left to her
The agonising pain women endure for EIGHT YEARS before they are diagnosed Jenny Genge was 34 when she made the decision to have a hysterectomy.