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Flu vaccination for all children

Flu vaccination for all children  » 

THE UK is to extend the flu vaccination programme to all children free of charge. Children in ‘at- risk’ groups - such as those with asthma, heart conditions or cerebral palsy - are already eligible to receive the flu vaccine on the NHS.

£25m radiotherapy centre for Colchester

£25m radiotherapy centre for Colchester  » 

A £25M ultra modern radiotherapy centre is to be built at Colchester General Hospital by Interserve as part of a ProCure21+ scheme.

Broadmoor revamp plans approved  » 

BROADMOOR, the Berkshire high security hospital deemed “not fit for purpose” by the regulator is to get an upgrade to facilities for patients and staff. Plans for a £298m revamp of the Hospital have been approved by the Department of Health.

Olympic anti-doping facilities put to good use

Olympic anti-doping facilities put to good use  » 

THE LONDON 2012 anti-doping facilities are to be developed into a world-class resource for healthcare research. The MRC-NIHR Phenome Centre will use the facilities developed for the Olympics to help scientists explore the characteristics of disease in order to develop new drugs and treatments.

Health initiatives are working but inequalities have widened

Health initiatives are working but inequalities have widened  » 

THE POOREST are left behind in the fight against unhealthy lifestyles, according to the King’s Fund.

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