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09.03.17
Mum's the word: Communicating sensitive issues

Mum's the word: Communicating sensitive issues

New research published this month has shown that women often...

Mum's the word: Communicating sensitive issues

New research published this month has shown that women often prioritise the health of others1, and delay seeking medical advice...especially...

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17.11.16
The future is bright...the future is immunological!

The future is bright...the future is...

Recently, the British Society of Immunology (BSI) turned 60, and...

The future is bright...the future is immunological!

Recently, the British Society of Immunology (BSI) turned 60, and ROAD was invited to join the celebrations and learn about...

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29.03.16
A Personal Reaction: Improving innovation in treatment, access and technology

A Personal Reaction: Improving innovation in...

A report published by the International Longevity Centre last month...

A Personal Reaction: Improving innovation in treatment, access and technology

A report published by the International Longevity Centre last month said, "Humanity has proven remarkably successful at increasing its own...

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29.02.16
Changing patient behaviour: knowledge is power, but how should we use it?

Changing patient behaviour: knowledge is power...

Being a London based healthcare communications agency we're lucky enough...

Changing patient behaviour: knowledge is power, but how should we...

Being a London based healthcare communications agency we're lucky enough to be able to drop in at the Royal Society...

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05.08.15
Can 'DIY Health Apps' plug the NHS Hospital funding gap?

Can 'DIY Health Apps' plug the...

As a health communications consultancy, the release of George Osborne's...

Can 'DIY Health Apps' plug the NHS Hospital funding gap?

As a health communications consultancy, the release of George Osborne's 2015 budget was a matter of considerable debate here at...

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22.05.15
Cholesterol Busting: Foods or Pharma?

Cholesterol Busting: Foods or Pharma?

You'd have to be fairly unobservant not to notice constant...

Cholesterol Busting: Foods or Pharma?

You'd have to be fairly unobservant not to notice constant debate about prescription of statins for reducing patient cholesterol levels...

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31.03.15
Is Childhood Obesity 'The New Norm'?

Is Childhood Obesity 'The New Norm'?

Easter Day in the idyllic Cotswolds village of Stanton is...

Is Childhood Obesity 'The New Norm'?

Easter Day in the idyllic Cotswolds village of Stanton is rather special. As birds tweet and lambs leap, the village...

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11.02.15
The UK Medical Device Market: A Snapshot

The UK Medical Device Market: A...

As a recent article in The Economist points out, medical...

The UK Medical Device Market: A Snapshot

As a recent article in The Economist points out, medical devices are far from being a new concept: in the...

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17.03.14
Patient Education: An Opportunity for All

Patient Education: An Opportunity for All

How should a GP, nurse or indeed, a parent, explain...

Patient Education: An Opportunity for All

How should a GP, nurse or indeed, a parent, explain to a newly diagnosed child that they are going to...

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