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GPs armed with MMR catch-up jabs

GPs in England have ordered more than 200,000 extra doses of the MMR vaccine to help protect children from measles.
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NHS is ‘at breaking point’, Gerada says

The NHS as a whole is “at breaking point”, according to Claire Gerada, Chairwoman of the Royal College of General Practitioners – and pressure on GPs is already too high.
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Starting NHS clinical trials in 70 days ‘may take a little time’

The NHS target of starting all clinical drug trials within 70 days of approval will “take a little time” to become the norm, according to Health Minister Earl Howe.
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Decline of the NHS is ‘very worrying’, Farrar says

A survey by the NHS Confederation shows that 70% of the heads of NHS organisations believe access to care is deteriorating.
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NHS walk-in centres are dying out

Monitor, the health regulator, has launched an investigation to find out how many NHS walk-in centres have been closed down since opening in 2008.
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GPs reject Hunt proposal on out of hours care

UK GPs have voted against taking back responsibility for out of hours medical care, as proposed by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
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DH plans to raise number of GPs by 400

The number of GPs in England will rise by 400 over the next two years, according to the Government’s mandate for Health Education England (HEE).
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Government seeks pharma partners to fight dementia

The challenge of dementia treatment requires a major research collaboration between the NHS, academic science and the pharmaceutical industry, the Government has said.
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Janssen partners with NHS for dementia innovation challenge

Janssen Healthcare Innovation has partnered with the NHS to launch stage two of the first NHS Innovation Challenge Prize for Dementia.

Tamiflugate blows open again in Parliament

The public money spent on stockpiling the antiviral Tamiflu (oseltamivir) in 2009 has been described as “extremely worrying” by MP Margaret Hodge.

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