Ryanair reminds me of the NHS

Oscar Wilde said a cynic was someone who “knows the price of everything and the value of nothing”;  this could about today’s NHS [amazon_link asins=’1847170676′ template=’ProductAd’ store=’aftercancers-21′...

Art Therapy – having fun after cancer

Many hospitals and support centres offer art classes as therapy   From dabblers to artists, producing something creative is proven to be beneficial for survivors.  Recently the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Arts, Health and Wellbeing...

NHS ranked ‘top’ as healthcare provider

The BBC announces NHS ‘best health service in world’ Acting as NHS stooge, BBC comes out with story that the Commonwealth Fund in US (bit of a strange association) has named the NHS as ‘best health service in the world’ For anyone who thought...

Being ‘Racist’ could help some patients

Sometimes all those tick boxes on ‘ethnic origin’ don’t paint the complete picture – we need to make use of people’s knowledge and background I don’t mean to offend people, but as a patient, every time I fill in a form that asks me...

ASCO

ASCO is the US Government’s Official Cancer Advice website. A kind of American equivalent of NHS Choices ASCO = American Society for Clinical Oncology Is the major site I turn to when I want accurate info relating to cancer and treatment. I would trust this...
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