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Wrong Vaccination given during surgery in Derbyshire

Paige, was given a wrong vaccine before a surgery in Derbyshire the child was given a vaccine which is supposed to be given during pre-school booster. The booster contained vaccines against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough and polio. // The parents Natacha and Roger Cockerill of the child wa...

Children Tell Researchers: We'll Get Fit if It's Fun

...alue of Gamercize is that children have a great time using it." Gamercize equipment has proved popular in schools and homes worldwide. derbyshire Sport introduced Gamercize equipment into schools this year. Steve Smith, the schools sports partnership development manager, said: "We have found...

Thousands of volunteers needed to help bring cure for cancer closer

...s, to supermarkets, town centre markets, farmers markets, health centres and libraries. The search for donors starts in Nottinghamshire and move to derbyshire and Leicestershire over the coming months. Oncimmune's tests for cancer measure auto-antibodies that accumulate in the blood in reaction to the pre...

Only 2 percent of child drug trials have independent safety checks

...ing committees. Lead author Dr Helen Sammons, an Associate Professor of Child Health in the Universitys Academic Division of Child Health, based at derbyshire Childrens Hospital, said: We were very surprised by the low level of trials that had independent safety monitoring committees and are urging pharmaceu...

Man Gets Compensation for Psittacosis

... A man whose health and normal life was affected by a parrot was rendered an amount of £ 700,000 as compensation.// Glyn Atherton of derbyshire who used to work for a pet shop had fallen sick and was admitted to the hospital. His initial symptoms were very much like ordinary fever. But subsequ...

A Hot Date with the Lucrative UK Pharma Market

...e're very excited about UK opportunities." Kenneth Lane, Sales Manager, Apollo Health For further information: Please contact Meraj Alam or Joel derbyshire at Fuel, Tel: 0044 (0) 20 7498 8211 or email meraj@fuelrefuel.com RM ...

Botox An Addiction?

...d restore youthful good looks, it may just be an addiction-inducing substance. // Dr Carter Singh, who has a degree in psychology and is based at derbyshire Royal Infirmary, and the consultant plastic surgeon Martin Kelly, of London Plastic Surgery Associates, said in a new study that four out of 10 people...

Pensioner wins over a US healthcare giant

...f Langwith, on the Derbyshire-Nottinghamshire border. The North Eastern derbyshire primary care trust has been ordered to start the tendering process from scr...bidder". “The sooner the arrangements for GP services in this part of derbyshire are sorted out lawfully and finally, the better for everyone” said Lord Jus...

Foetuses Cant Feel Pain Says A Leading Psychologist

... and possibly dangerous medical treatment. Dr derbyshire carried out a study for evidence of the existence ... reacts to a flame by bending and rolling away, Dr derbyshire described it as merely an automatic biological mec...nappropriate interventions, risks and distress. Dr derbyshire described human pain as similar to an alarm system...

Emotional callers hamper speedy ambulance dispatch

...f the British Association of Accident and Emergency Medicine. Nearly 2,000 emergency calls were monitored at West Midlands ambulance service and derbyshire ambulance service, representing both an urban and a rural mix. A total of 26.3% of all the calls were subject to communication difficulties. Of those,...
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