By Nabeela Bhaloo This week, 10 children will find out that they have a brain tumour1. This news will change their lives forever, as brain tumours are the largest cause of childhood cancer deaths in the UK2. Though survival rates are improving, many children are left with disabilities or deficits; side effects from the aggressive... Continue Reading →
Though relatively uncommon in the UK, parasitic diseases are still rampant in areas of the developing world- a staggering 3.2 billion people, which is half of the world’s population, are at risk of malaria. Work is being done to eradicate these diseases around the world, though there is still much work to be done before eradication will be achieved.
Written by Natasha Jewa It’s November … it’s one month to Christmas… and it’s time for the annual 4th year medics musical. Over the last 4 years the bar has been set high by productions of Sweeney Todd and Jekyll and Hyde. This year’s production, Pirates of Penzance, had a lot to live up to.... Continue Reading →