North west prostate cancer referrals plummeted by 25% during the COVID-19 pandemic, prompting serious concern over thousands of ‘missing men’
Is your sex life suffering because you can no longer get it up? Is a night in with the missus just not what it used to be? Viagra – it will solve all your problems in the bedroom… or will it?
A Christian family doctor performs an exorcism on a seriously ill patient after promising he can ‘heal’ her without medication, a Manchester medical tribunal hears.
Manchester youth worker takes on Great North Run for diabetes brother and others ‘going through same journey’
A youth worker from Manchester will be putting on her running shoes and taking part in the Great North Run to raise money for Diabetes UK – and ‘help families that are going through the same journey’.
Don’t be a stranger: Seeing the same GP on every visit could slash £1.42billion off NHS emergency care bill
If patients see the same doctor every time they visit a surgery, the NHS could save a staggering £1.42billion if changes in primary emergency care, claims a Manchester University report.
Is ‘diagnosis by Google’ risking your life? Low lung cancer survival rates explored by Manchester uni
Researchers from The University of Manchester are recruiting lung cancer patients from around the North West to take part in a study to look at the online information available in the hope of enabling people to catch it earlier.
‘Not good enough’: MPs slam GP waiting times as 60% of Manchester patients wait DAYS for appointments
Since 2010 those able to get GP appointments within 48 hours has fallen from 80% to just 40%.
Oldham mum urges Manchester women to attend smear tests as charity reveals one in three ignore invitations
Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust revealed the shocking statistic
Oldham bride-to-be dies of swine-flu weeks after being diagnosed with ‘routine’ chest infection by out-of-hours GP
Joanne Oliver was assessed over the phone and seen by a triage nurse who labelled case as urgent but then a doctor downgraded her condition to ‘routine’ after examined her
Manchester patients welcome scheme sharing anonymous data from doctor visits with NHS – only 5% will opt-out
95% say they are happy to share doctor visit data
Manchester students urged to sign up to GPs and warned not to abuse A&E for illnesses that doctors can treat
Students across Manchester are urged not to forget about their health