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Government support for Saatchi Bill

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The Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt MP, has pledged his support for a new law permitting terminal patients treatment with untested medicines.  The Medical Innovation Bill, also known as the Saatchi Bill, is due to be debated in … Continue reading

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Parliament discusses patients travelling for proton beam therapy

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The number of patients traveling abroad to receive proton beam therapy in the last 5 years has been published by the Government. In response to a question by Tessa Munt, Member of Parliament for Wells, Jane Ellison MP, Parliamentary Under … Continue reading

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New funding for the Cancer Drugs Fund

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Yesterday the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced an extremely welcome increase in the budget for the Cancer Drugs Fund. The Government has pledged an extra £160 million to the programme, increasing the annual spend from £200 million to £280 million … Continue reading

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Response to Dementia Funding Guarantee

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We welcome David Cameron’s announcement today a £100 million guarantee of funding for research into treatment for dementia. Following the 2013’s G8 commitment to develop a cure for dementia by 2025, Mr Cameron attended a London summit and reaffirm his … Continue reading

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David Willetts MP Announces £48 Million in Health Research Funding

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On Monday, David Willetts MP announced £48 million of investment into health research projects in a speech at Bournemouth University. Willetts, the Minister of State for Universities and Science, has pledged funding to a number of projects, including Alzheimer’s and … Continue reading

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