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  • Are private contracts the solution to NHS cancer care? Are private contracts the solution to NHS cancer care?With recent discussion that cancer care on the NHS could be becoming privatised in the near future, the ongoing debate of public or private healthcare has been brought up...
  • Why do women get breast implants?Breast augmentation is one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries in the UK, but why do so many women opt for the surgery? It could be due to insecurities, self-confidence,...
  • Spinal cord injuries on the riseWe live in an age of information, but few of us are educated as to the structure and purpose of the spinal cord. The spinal cord stems from the base of our skull to the lower...
  • What are the main causes of spinal injuries?Spinal cord injuries are most commonly caused by a broken neck or back as it causes damage to the bones of the spine that surround the spinal cord.
  • What is clinical negligence?In the British medical system, whether a patient is receiving treatment from the National Health Service or is choosing private treatment, it falls upon the healthcare...
  • Reclaiming independence: Spinal injuries and eye tracking technologyEye tracking software is promising to revolutionise everyday computer interaction in the future. The software enables assistive technology that allows computers to know...
  • Mills Medical cosmetic surgery in Spain The lunch-time face liftOver the past few years a revolutionary new treatment has been developed and refined that enables you to have a non-surgical face lift that genuinely lifts and tightens the...
  • Plastic surgeon Choosing a plastic surgeonPlastic surgery, once the domain of the rich and famous, has become much more affordable and accessible in recent years. It can help you fight the signs of aging, increase...
  • Hair loss – what are the treatments? Hair loss: causes, treatments and transplantsHair loss (alopecia) is thought to affect 10 million men and women in the UK. What can you do to maintain your 'crowning glory' and do any of the 'wonder drugs' work? This...
  • Surgeons back smaller breast reductions Boob jabs - Breast enhancement technologyInjected breast implants (or breast shape injections) is a new breast enhancement technology successfully used in Japan, America, and many other countries for several years,...
  • Cosmetic surgery article How to choose a cosmetic surgeonThere's no shortage of cosmetic surgeons in today's looks-driven world and having some nip and tuck is no longer only the domain of the rich and famous. Here's how to locate...
  • Surgeons back smaller breast reductions Breast implants What happens next?Breast implants are one of the most popular forms of cosmetic surgery, giving the patient larger, firmer, or more even breasts. The operation is a relatively simple procedure...
  • tummy tuck Tummy Tuck - What Happens Next?Abdominoplasty better known as a tummy tuck is an operation to remove excess fat and skin from the lower abdomen, and restore muscle tone. This is usually performed to...
  • plastic vs cosmetic Plastic Surgery vs Cosmetic SurgeryAlthough the two terms are often used interchangeably, there is a crucial difference between plastic surgery and cosmetic surgery. Plastic surgery is generally used to...
  • Cellulite Cellulite treatment - does it work?Most women, many girls, and some men, have cellulite. It is caused by small deposits of fat pressing up against the skin giving a dimpled 'orange peel' appearance. The most...
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