From Rare Anomaly to Pull Up Champion, and the Doctor Who Made it Possible

Jessica already had two children and was feeling great in her third pregnancy, so she had no reason to think anything was wrong when she went in for her 28 week [...]

Driving Advances in Cancer Diagnostics: First Digital Pathology Center of Excellence in the UK

Last month, the University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW) NHS Trust was named the first Center of Excellence in Digital Pathology in the UK. The Center will focus on discovering new [...]

One ACT can be the Change

Be it plastic, satellites, healthcare or agricultural products, “Come, make in India,” said India’s Prime Minister, Narendra Modi in a bid to improve India’s economy.  However, for many companies, making in [...]

For a Healthy India, Education is the Best Medicine

India’s health has been improving steadily over the last few years, but it is not yet the picture of good health it can be. According to a recent report, healthcare in [...]

International Women’s Day 2015: Tomosynthesis for a Glimmer of Hope

Moving to a new city can be a daunting experience. When Diana Napper, founder of the Glimmer of Hope Foundation, moved from the calm of Pittsburgh to the hustle and bustle [...]

International Women’s Day: Encouraging Women and Girls Into STEM

Sunday 8th March was International Women’s Day, and the Pulse shared stories from around the world about women making a difference in healthcare. But by no means are we leaving it [...]

International Women’s Day: The Fight for Better Healthcare for Women Everywhere

Today is International Women’s Day, a day dedicated to celebrating the achievements of women both globally and locally. On The Pulse, we have been telling the stories of women working for [...]

International Women’s Day: Dr Fatina Al Tahan on the Saudi Women who are #MakingItHappen

International Women’s Day 2015 is on March 8th. In the run-up to the Day, the Pulse has been telling the inspiring, touching and enlightening stories of women around the world working [...]

A New Roadmap for Endocrine Cancers

The 8th of March is International Women’s Day. To celebrate the remarkable achievements of women in healthcare while also highlighting the work yet to be done, The Pulse is posting a [...]

Liver Cancer is on the Rise, But Doctors are Getting Better at Beating It

Liver cancer is rising sharply. The biggest internal organ in the human body, and one of the most important to life, is being threatened by the increase in unhealthy lifestyles being [...]

Self-Collection Could Be the Key to Beating Cervical Cancer

HPV, or human papillomavirus, is very common. Almost everyone gets it, but 90% of infections clear up on their own within a couple of years. Of the hundred-or-so types of HPV, [...]

World Cancer Day: The Road Ahead for Cervical Cancer Screening

Cervical cancer kills over four thousand women a year. Staggeringly, it has been estimated that up to 93 percent of cases could be prevented by screening and vaccination against Human Papilloma [...]
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