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Exercise in people with undergoing cancer treatment: Updates on Cancer, 29th September in London

Register online Abstract submission online Keynote speaker Dr Lisa Loughney will discuss the benefits of exercise for people undergoing cancer treatment, at a one-day meeting on Updates on Cancer on 29th September at the Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole

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Exercise in people with undergoing cancer treatment: Updates on Cancer, 29th September in London

Register online Abstract submission online Keynote speaker Dr Lisa Loughney will discuss the benefits of exercise for people undergoing cancer treatment, at a one-day meeting on Updates on Cancer on 29th September at the Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole

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Poetry by and for patients with cancer: 29th September Updates on Cancer

Register online Abstract submission online Keynote speaker Wendy French will discuss her Poet-in-Residency year at the UCLH MacMillan Cancer Centre at a one-day meeting on Updates on Cancer to be held on 29th September at the Royal Society of Medicine,

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Poetry by and for patients with cancer: 29th September Updates on Cancer

Register online Abstract submission online Keynote speaker Wendy French will discuss her Poet-in-Residency year at the UCLH MacMillan Cancer Centre at a one-day meeting on Updates on Cancer to be held on 29th September at the Royal Society of Medicine,

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Lifestyle and nutrition after cancer: What’s the evidence? 29th September Updates on Cancer

Register online Abstract submission online Keynote speaker Professor Robert Thomas, a Consultant Oncologist at Bedford and Addenbrooke’s Hospitals, will discuss the evidence on benefits of lifestyle and nutrition after cancer, at a one-day meeting on Updates on Cancer on 29th September

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Lifestyle and nutrition after cancer: What’s the evidence? 29th September Updates on Cancer

Register online Abstract submission online Keynote speaker Professor Robert Thomas, a Consultant Oncologist at Bedford and Addenbrooke’s Hospitals, will discuss the evidence on benefits of lifestyle and nutrition after cancer, at a one-day meeting on Updates on Cancer on 29th September

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Preventing stroke in general practice: major room for improvement

One in four patients in primary care is not being adequately treated with anti-coagulation to reduce the high stroke risk associated with a common form of the heart rhythm disorder atrial fibrillation. These are the findings of a report by

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Preventing stroke in general practice: major room for improvement

One in four patients in primary care is not being adequately treated with anti-coagulation to reduce the high stroke risk associated with a common form of the heart rhythm disorder atrial fibrillation. These are the findings of a report by

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Programme news for FPM Updates on Cancer: 29th September 2016 at the RSM

The draft programme has been released for the Updates on Cancer symposium being organised by the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine. This one day symposium will be held at the Royal Society of Medicine on Thursday, 29th September, 2016. Click on

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Programme news for FPM Updates on Cancer: 29th September 2016 at the RSM

The draft programme has been released for the Updates on Cancer symposium being organised by the Fellowship of Postgraduate Medicine. This one day symposium will be held at the Royal Society of Medicine on Thursday, 29th September, 2016. Click on

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Study finds high rate of unrecognized heart problems in apparently healthy middle-aged people

Researchers from the UK have just reported in the Postgraduate Medical Journal that unrecognized heart problems are surprisingly common in apparently healthy middle-aged people. The study used standard heart scans by echocardiography to look at heart valves and heart muscle

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Study finds high rate of unrecognized heart problems in apparently healthy middle-aged people

Researchers from the UK have just reported in the Postgraduate Medical Journal that unrecognized heart problems are surprisingly common in apparently healthy middle-aged people. The study used standard heart scans by echocardiography to look at heart valves and heart muscle

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Current management of diabetes mellitus and future directions in care

The last 90 years have seen considerable advances in the management of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Prof MacLean of Guy’s Hospital wrote in the Postgraduate Medical Journal in 1926 about the numerous challenges that faced patients and their healthcare professionals

Prof Melanie Davies CBE

Current management of diabetes mellitus and future directions in care

The last 90 years have seen considerable advances in the management of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Prof MacLean of Guy’s Hospital wrote in the Postgraduate Medical Journal in 1926 about the numerous challenges that faced patients and their healthcare professionals