2020 was the year the pharmaceutical industry discovered it can do things it never dreamed were possible.
A new study by the Office for National Statistics in the UK suggests that up to 80 per cent of coronavirus carriers do not display any symptoms of the virus
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.
IQVIA, one of the UK’s leading providers of clinical research, has joined forces with the Office for National Statistics (ONS), Oxford University and UK Biocentre, to immediately commence a country-wide testing programme of UK households for COVID-19 infection and immunity.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced that the government is “throwing everything” at developing the vaccine for the population
Trainee doctors should learn coding to better understand healthcare technology to aid their patients, says Erwann Le Lannou, medical student and digital healthcare adviser
The medical device developed by Toshiba can detect 13 different types of cancer from a single drop of blood with 99 per cent accuracy
Mike Moran, CEO of Rutherford Health plc, speaks to WHJ about the continuing successes of the Rutherford Cancer Centres
WHJ Editor Sarah Cartledge discovers the tradition of research and innovation behind the world’s most famous eye hospital’s private arm
The government has announced the third investment into the NHS last week, pledging to fund £250m into A.I. development.
A newly developed surgical procedure has the potential to delay the menopause by more than 20 years.
Sub-Saharan Africa might soon be teaching the world about digital health, says Hassan Chaudhury, Digital Health & Data Specialist at the D.I.T.