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Details of the trial, funded by a 2.85 million grant from Guy's and St Thomas' charity, were being made public today in a presentation at the King's Fund think tank in central London. The system, known as Philips 'telemedicine' technology, is already
Alzheimer's study subjects from controls or with those with mild cognitive impairment. The biomarker identification and classifier production were completed in six weeks. Alzheimer's disease affects 1 in 8 people over the age of 65. Today, there
Thomas with Serco, a UK contractor that has over 750 contracts in 37 countries to run prisons, immigrant detention centers, military operations, nuclear weapons facilities, schools and transit systems. The deals are worth 800 million ($1.28 billion)
7 August 2012 A baby given less than five per cent chance of surviving birth is now fighting fit, after his parents found out about a life-saving procedure on the internet. Doctors warned Lucy Hay, 37, and her partner Stuart, 41, to expect the worst
23 May 2012 A 15-year-old schoolboy was left with a brain haemhorrage from a fractured skull after getting into a fight with a fellow classmate. The teenager, who has not been named, was punched by another pupil in the playground of Uckfield
E Three million viewers are hooked on the TV series 24 Hours in A&E. But what persuaded King's College Hospital to let the cameras in? A patient is treated at King's College Hospital's A&E department. Photograph: Channel 4 Imagine this: you are
Tim Smart Key Data Population: 700,000 (2007-08) Employees: 6,292 (2008-09) Overview King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of London's largest teaching hospitals and became an NHS foundation trust in December 2006.
Joseph Nunoo-Mensah, the consultant surgeon, who is based at King's College Hospital, could face a jail sentence and a wait of 'months' before his case is heard A prominent London surgeon has been detained in Dubai on a charge of "public indecency"
In the last 25 years there has been an enormous growth in the market for herbal medicinal products and this has been an interesting development in healthcare in the developed world. However one of the most
The General Medical Council found Ewa Stasiowska's actions amounted to serious misconduct but her ability to work as a doctor is not impaired. Stasiowska failed to take steps to deliver the baby despite a 'serious deterioration in foetal condition'