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No deal Brexit and the NHS: A health service on the brink

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First medically approved back pain app launches in EU and UK

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NICE publishes updated guideline on diagnosis and treatment of hypertension

NICE has issued its final updated guideline on the diagnosis and treatment of hypertension. The final guideline, published by the National Institute for Health and...
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FireEye have released a new report detailing cyber threats facing the healthcare industry. The report focuses on the three types of threat most common in...
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Paul Terry explores how the sales representative is best placed to build trust with the health sector, and how industry needs to adapt to...
Brexit preparations: new service to deliver urgent medicines and medical products into UK

Brexit preparations: new service to deliver urgent medicines and medical products into UK

The Department of Health and Social Care is setting up a service to deliver urgent medicines and medical products into the UK within one...

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