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Early diagnosis and treatment of cancer can help save lives. Please don’t ignore your screening invitation when it comes. And if you’re worried about any cancer symptoms, however mild they might be, please get checked. More info: nhs.uk/cancersymptoms #WorldCancerDay
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The COVID-19 vaccine offer is changing. After 12 February, booster doses will no longer be offered. Future booster vaccines may be offered to those at higher risk. If you're eligible and haven't come forward, find out where you can get vaccinated at nhs.uk/covid-vaccination.
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📱👨‍⚕️ Virtual wards provide hospital care at home using technology & advice from health professionals to help you recover more quickly in more comfort. The Urgent and Emergency Care Recovery Plan will expand this so up to 50,000 people a month can be helped like Alan @LNWH_NHS 🔽
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It's not too late to have your winter vaccines and protect yourself. If you've not yet received at least one booster dose of the Covid vaccine, please come forward for this by 12 February. You can book online at nhs.uk/covid-vaccination
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Tomorrow, some services may be affected due to strike action. Please continue to come forward for NHS care. If you need medical help use 111 online, and in emergencies, please call 999. More info ➡️ england.nhs.uk/long-read/inf…
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🏥 🚑 Earlier this week, the government & @NHSEngland announced a plan to: ▶️ reduce waiting times in A&E and for ambulances ▶️ give you a better experience as a patient More on the Urgent and Emergency Care Recovery Plan 🔽 england.nhs.uk/2023/01/major…
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Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK. Here are the three main symptoms. Other health problems can cause similar symptoms – but it’s important to get them checked by a GP if you have any symptoms for 3 weeks or more. #WorldCancerDay
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Early diagnosis and treatment of cancer can help save lives. Please don’t ignore your screening invitation when it comes. And if you’re worried about any cancer symptoms, however mild they might be, please get checked. More info: nhs.uk/cancersymptoms #WorldCancerDay
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Today, 64 councils receive a share of £7 million to build 120 new #ChangingPlaces toilets where they're needed most. It is part of a £30.5 million initiative to provide over 600 accessible facilities nationwide. #AccessibilityForAll 🚽 @MDUK_News
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Lung cancer is one of the most common and serious types of cancer. Contact your GP practice if you are experiencing any of these signs and symptoms of lung cancer. Early diagnosis and treatment of cancer can save lives ➡️ nhs.uk/lung-cancer #WorldCancerDay
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Today is #WorldCancerDay. It's a day that unites people, communities and entire countries to raise awareness and take action against cancer. Your blood and platelet donations are essential for people going through cancer treatment. Learn more here ➡️ bit.ly/3WSoT0Q
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Professor Sir Chris Whitty says the booster vaccine is a 'very important part of immunity to COVID' and is urging people to 'get their COVID booster before the offer ends' on Sunday 12 February. Read more: trib.al/QMihydC
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Breast cancer can cause a number of signs and symptoms. Get used to checking regularly and be aware of anything that’s new or different for you. For more info ➡️ nhs.uk/breast-cancer #WorldCancerDay
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Over 144 million Covid jabs have been given since our phenomenal vaccination programme started. There's now just one week to go to get your first or autumn booster if you're eligible. (1/2) news.sky.com/story/covid-19-…
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Around 400,000 COVID-19 booster vaccine appointments are available over the next week. If you haven't yet received at least one booster dose, please come forward by 12 February, which is when the offer ends. You can book online at nhs.uk/covid-vaccination.
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Today is #WorldCancerDay. It's a day that unites people, communities and entire countries to raise awareness and take action against cancer. Your blood and platelet donations are essential for people going through cancer treatment. Learn more here ➡️ bit.ly/3WSoT0Q
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One in four black men will get prostate cancer. Sylvester is one of those men. He sat down with @BolaOwolabi8, to play dominoes and talk about it. On #WorldCancerDay, see the work happening in the NHS to narrow the health inequalities gap and find new ways to reach communities.
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This #WorldCancerDay, we urge eligible young people to take up the HPV vaccine to help reduce their risk of HPV-related cancers like cervical cancer. Watch Dr Vanessa Saliba, Consultant Epidemiologist at UKHSA discuss the life-saving vaccine #HPVVaccine
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🆕 @OHID is giving up to £53 million to local authorities for improved housing support to help people in drug & alcohol treatment to: 🏠 Access & keep housing that is safe & suitable 🏠 Maintain long-term recovery from addiction 🏠 Get support from specialist housing caseworkers
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