U-turn on funding for breast asymmetry treatment - is it fair to retrospectively apply restrictions to patients previously treated on the NHS?
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Fast-track drug brings prostate cancer hope as it could extend life...
Darolutamide is already available on the NHS in England for some patients who have localised prostate cancer but is being expanded to those whose cancer has spread.
Financial watchdog puts Medibank management on notice
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority has intensified its supervision of the health insurer in response to the recent cyberattack that exposed its entire customer...
Bob Dylan apologises after being tangled up in book-signing blue
The prolific singer/songwriter says he used a machine-generated signature because of health issues, but has now seen the error of his ways.
Fan attacks goalkeeper during match in Turkey
A match in Turkey has descended into chaos with a fan attacking a goalkeeper.
Can you feel the love tonight for Margaret's musical singalongs?
Margaret Fisk used to get hushed for singing in the audience during musicals. She now runs shows in which audiences can sing and dance along to show tunes such as Time Warp and...
Eclectic line-up of artists making a splash at Mona Foma
New Zealand rock band the Chills and American composer Nico Muhly join Mona Foma's summer festivities.
BBC reporter arrested in China during protests
Ed Lawrence was "beaten and kicked by police" before being arrested during COVID-19 protests in Shanghai.
Reserve Bank governor Philip Lowe says sorry to Australians who took out...
Lowe said the RBA had failed by not making clear that its commentary about steady interest rates was heavily conditional on the state of the economy.
Camilla replaces traditional ladies-in-waiting with ‘Queen's Companions'
The concept of a “lady-in-waiting” has existed in European history since the Middle Ages to support queens, even with dressing and bathing.
A moderate level of physical activity increases breast cancer survival
Active and moderately active women diagnosed with breast cancer were less likely to die from breast cancer as compared to inactive participants