Surgical cancer centres invest heavily in unproven technologies to attract patients, or face threat of closureWednesday 4 October 2017
Retaining competitive edge through technology investment, rather than quality improvement, appears to be a powerful driver in the reconfiguration of surgical cancer centres in England.
£9m project to reduce deaths from HIV-related meningitis in AfricaTuesday 3 October 2017
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is to lead a major new clinical trial in Southern and East Africa which aims to tackle the high number of deaths caused by HIV
Brexit likely to have far-reaching effects on UK health and health service, experts suggestFriday 29 September 2017
Global review quantifies impacts of progress in reducing hepatitis C risksWednesday 27 September 2017
A team of researchers, led by the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, have conducted the first global review to quantify the impact of needle syringe programmes (NSP