How this paediatric nurse copes with patient deaths
Coping with the death of a patient is a painful, but unavoidable part of being a nurse. This paediatric nurse shares how he deals with that aspect of the job.
New treatment on trial at NCIS offers hope for advanced cancer patients
The National University Cancer Institute, Singapore (NCIS) is set to trial a new and potentially more effective type of chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapy that could increase cancer patients’ access to treatment.
Hope for patients with stage 4 colorectal cancer
Selected patients with extensive cancer spread to the liver may have the option of transplantation now.
Tinnitus – phantom sounds with very real effects
With an uptick in the number of patients seeking treatment for tinnitus, here are the ABC’s of the potentially debilitating condition.