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maandag 27 februari 2017

Referrals with images aid dermatology consultants

Referrals with images aid dermatology consultants

GPs sending electronic referrals to Singleton Hospital's Dermatology department help consultants with diagnosis and treatment. 

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Cancer cases continue to rise in Wales
New official statistics from Public Health Wales show that there has been a 10 per cent increase in new cancer cases in Wales between 2006 and 2015. 
 
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Young people more likely to try smoking if mother is a smoker, new study suggests
A new study among eleven to fourteen year olds in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan has shed light on the reasons young people try smoking, with having a mother who smokes identified as a high risk factor.
 
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Courses helping transform quality of life for lung disease patients
Patients battling the breathing problems caused by lung diseases say specialised courses are helping them cope with their symptoms and improving their quality of life.
 
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Swansea crisis team opens the doors to its new-look centre
A Swansea team that supports people experiencing a mental health crisis has opened the doors to its new-look recovery centre.
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More GP surgeries in Wales are open for longer
New figures show that more GP practices in Wales are open between 8.00 AM and 6.30 PM in the week and more appointments are being made available to patients early in the morning and later in the day.
 
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More GP surgeries in Wales are open for longer
New figures show that more GP practices in Wales are open between 8.00am and 6.30pm in the week and more appointments are being made available to patients early in the morning and later in the day. 
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Seven in every 10 women invited chose to attend for breast cancer screening in Wales.
A new annual report from Public Health Wales's Screening Division shows that in 2015-16, seven in 10 women chose to attend for routine breast cancer screening. 
 
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