The year is 2020. Paul is sleeping rough in a churchyard in Oldham, England. A pandemic is raging across the planet, but, pre-occupied with the task of finding a ‘home’ for the night, Paul has no idea, until he sees the streets of Oldham become almost completely empty, from one day to the next.
How far are we from the vision of precision medicine that is so commonly presented to us?
For too long Black women have been used as tools to progress medicine, but what progress is being made for Black women?
Looking beyond the headlines of success and reflecting on our current medical system
What have we discovered about the psychological and social impacts of lockdown?
Fighting the pandemic on two fronts: against the virus, and against pseudoscience
Primary care is the crucial but severely overlooked answer to managing public health during this pandemic and beyond.
What’s for dinner? Balanced portions of protein, vegetables, carbs, perhaps some fruit for dessert and a side of vaccine?
The NHS was designed to provide treatment at the point of need. So why are BAME communities still struggling to access the care they need?
Three scientists’ rocky journey from unknown pathogen to Nobel Prize.