Monthly Archives: January 2018

Jeff Gum on South African Apartheid in "The Forgiven"

January 30, 2018 Jeff Gum stars as Francois Schmidt, the antagonist to Archbishop Desmond Tutu, in the new film “The Forgiven,” also starring Forest Whitaker and Eric Bana. Gum sits down in Los Angeles with Alyssa Julya Smith to talk … Continue reading

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Keep doing what is right

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NHS England sets out plans to be first in the world to eliminate Hepatitis C

England could be the first country in the world to eliminate Hepatitis C, under ambitious plans announced by the NHS today. NHS leaders today called on the pharmaceutical industry to work with them to provide best value for money for … Continue reading

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Lawyers who target the NHS banned from advertising or setting up shop in hospitals

NHS hospitals will no longer provide office or advertising space for law firms or claims management companies who encourage patients or their families to take the NHS to court. Every effort must also be made to ensure lawyers and claims … Continue reading

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Jesse Jackson praises Conyers, honors 3 Michiganders for MLK Day

Buy Photo Rev. Jesse Jackson gives the keynote address during the Let Freedom Ring event in the atrium of Cobo Center in downtown Detroit on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018.(Photo: Eric Seals, Detroit Free Press)Buy Photo The Rev. Jesse Jackson told a … Continue reading

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New Cancer Drugs Fund benefiting thousands of patients and releasing £140million for the NHS

Thousands of cancer patients have benefited from speedy access to the new and innovative treatments due to new Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF), which is also expected to release at least £140million into the NHS over the next five years. Since the … Continue reading

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Prostate cancer: You can survive | News24

The nation’s beloved former statesman Nelson Mandela had it, Desmond Tutu has been battling it for more than 20 years and, this week, it claimed the life of jazz legend Hugh Masekela. Prostate cancer affects one in every 18 men … Continue reading

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#WaterCrisis: Public figures join the Cape Argus #EveryDropCounts saving drive

Cape Town – On Friday, the Cape Argus launched the #EveryDropCounts campaign and urged local celebrities to take a pledge to raise awareness of the water shortage issue. The launch will see the celebrities sign a pledge where they will … Continue reading

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#WaterCrisis: Public figures join our #EveryDropCounts saving drive

Cape Town – On Friday, the Cape Argus launched the #EveryDropCounts campaign and urged local celebrities to take a pledge to raise awareness of the water shortage issue. The launch will see the celebrities sign a pledge where they will … Continue reading

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NHS England announces consultation on ACO contracts

NHS England has today announced it will be launching a consultation on the contracting arrangements for Accountable Care Organisations (ACOs). There is widespread support for ending the fragmented way that care has been provided to improve services for patients and … Continue reading

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