Cystic fibrosis sufferer given smoker"s lungs in transplant died of cancer less than a year after operation

Cystic fibrosis sufferer given smoker's lungs in transplant died of cancer less than a year after operationJennifer Wederell was given the lungs of a 20-a-day smokerA year after the operation she died of cancer Husband says she would never have agreed to transplant had she known | UPDATED: 01:04 GMT, 17 December 2012 Battle: Jennifer Wederell died at the age of 27 from lung cancer.

Woman, 22, who underwent world"s first successful womb transplant to have IVF baby

Woman, 22, who underwent world's first successful womb transplant to have IVF babyDoctors will implant two embryos frozen before Derya's treatment But UK experts warn pregnancy could cause potentially fatal complications | UPDATED: 22:03 GMT, 1 December 2012 Responding well: Derya Sert had her womb transplant in August last year A woman who had the world’s first successful womb transplant is set to undergo IVF in a bid to fulfil her dream of motherhood.

Asthma drug "cut attacks by a fifth" even for those with sever form of the disease

Asthma drug 'cut attacks by a fifth' even for those with severe form of the disease | UPDATED: 01:00 GMT, 16 September 2012 A DRUG that reduces the number of asthma attacks by more than a fifth could offer hope to hundreds of thousands of patients who suffer from the most severe form of the debilitating lung disease.

Finally Hillsborough families know the truth: The police lied and 41 of the 96 victims could have been saved. Now will they get justice?

“Fans didn”t make our jobs any easier”: Most senior Hillsborough policeman still serving continues to blame Liverpool supporters despite damning reportPressure building on Sir Norman Bettison to quit as chief constable of West Yorkshire Police, as he was a senior officer at South Yorkshire Police in 1989

NHS hospital wards on "brink of collapse" as number of beds falls by a third and doctors struggle to cope with 37% rise in patients

NHS hospital wards on 'brink of collapse' as number of beds falls by a third and doctors struggle to cope with 37% rise in patients Elderly patients are being shunted between beds 'like parcels', the Royal College of Physicians says They are woken up in the middle of the night and made to walk in pyjamas to another department | UPDATED: 10:55 GMT, 13 September 2012 Elderly patients are being shunted between hospital wards ‘like parcels’ because of a shortage of beds, say doctors who have warned the current system is on 'the brink of collapse'.

Arthritis stem cell jab "could ease pain for millions"

Arthritis stem cell jab 'could ease pain for millions' Stem cells taken from stomach fat and used to regenerate knee tissueCharity chief says therapy potentially 'transformational' | UPDATED: 10:31 GMT, 10 July 2012 An injection of stem cells taken from body fat could one day help patients recover from crippling osteoarthritis.

Too much light at night "could be bad for health"

Too much artificial light at night from gadgets and lamps could be bad for health and is even linked to cancer, say doctors AMA says further research needed into possible link between artificial light and cancer | UPDATED: 15:28 GMT, 22 June 2012 Artificial light is essential for modern societies to function, but doctors fear our 24/7 culture could have unintended consequences for human health.