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We are seeing an extraordinary surge in demand on our A&E department. Please do not to come to A&E unless it is an emergency or your condition is life-threatening.
Cambridge University Hospitals continues to see high numbers of people with flu and norovirus in the hospital.
Inpatients at Cambridge University Hospitals who need urgent eye tests but are unable to leave their wards now have access to a quick and efficient assessment, thanks to funding from local charity ‘Fight Against Blindness’ (FAB).
An acute medicine consultant described as ‘outstanding and exemplar’ and a receptionist who has made a big impact in a short space of time were January’s winners of the You Made a Difference awards.
A team of researchers from Cambridge have secured a £14M investment to develop a novel drug therapy that aims to help patients with haemophilia throughout the world.
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