Nine out of 10 NHS Trusts are "rationing operations"

Nine out of 10 NHS Trusts are 'rationing operations' Two thirds of trusts limited cataract surgeryMore than half limited hip and knee operationsHealth Minister calls restrictions 'totally unacceptable' | UPDATED: 10:56 GMT, 19 June 2012 NHS hospitals are rationing the number of operations they perform to balance their budgets.

Huntingdon"s disease: Woman, 26, refuses test to see if she will go senile like her father

I'd rather leave it to fate: Woman, 26, refuses test to see if she will go senile like her father Lisa has a 50/50 chance of having devastating neurodegenerative disorder Wants a family but is says she is not ready to know if she has condition A young woman faces an uncertain future with her loving fiance – as there is a 50/50 chance he will end up as her carer. Lisa Heathcock is just 26 but has already seen her father, aunt and grandmother succumb to Huntingdon's disease. She is afraid that she too will fall victim to the neurodegenerative genetic disorder that affects muscle coordination and leads to cognitive decline and dementia