The pandemic has caused unprecdented disruption to elective care across the globe, what steps are different countries taking to stem growing backlogs in care across the sector?
Xploro, which helps children with cancer better understand their treatment, is now seeking funding for a sibling companion app
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has met its target of reducing infection rates for Hepatitis B to under one per cent for under-fives. This is down from around 5 per cent in the pre-vaccine era (the period between the 1980s and the early 2000s).
WHJ Features Editor Fabian Sutch-Daggett spoke to James Fleming of the Francis Crick Institute on the cybersecurity issues faced by biomedical researchers
Last month, Key players in vaccination and immunisation came together to discuss issues in the wake of the Gavi Global Vaccine Summit
A drug known as dexamethasone has been found to cut Covid-19 deaths by a third for patients on ventilators and a fifth for those on oxygen treatment
One of those who headed home thanks to his expertise was British PM Boris Johnson. Now, Johnson and his partner Carrie Symonds have paid tribute to his hospital doctors, Professor Nick Hart and Dr Nick Price, by naming their son after them.
Alistair Russell, Head of Business Development at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, on how Imperial is developing healthcare in the UK and across the world