Cure Leukaemia campaigning to be put out of business.
“Without Cure Leukaemia my daughter would not be here for Mother’s Day.”
Twelve run fundraiser aims to inspire prostate cancer awareness.
CEO of NHS England backs charity vision for hospice care for all.
Teenage cancer patient expresses his powerful and emotional story.
Gesture comes after bike ride for medical research charity.
Recognition for Birmingham medic who saved seriously ill granddaughter.
Paramedic Tom Waters on going to Sierra Leone.
Views of Birmingham residents required.
Heart breakthrough could save lives.
Revolutionary lifesaving meningitis B vaccine finally here – privately only.
College link to encourage training in Birmingham.
Possibility of medical breakthrough due to work done by Wolverhampton man.
Help save lives by donating to our charity, AMMALIFE, in this summer’s Big Give
Coventry University is set to lead a Europe-wide project which aims to put an end to the illegal practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), after it was awarded funding to continue research into the issue.
An academic based at the University of Wolverhampton has been awarded a Winston Churchill Travel fellowship in the area of medicine and health.
The use of sugar to heal wounds by a University of Wolverhampton lecturer has been hailed as “revolutionary” by a patient who is receiving the treatment at a Birmingham hospital.
A Good Hope consultant has won international recognition for leading a new treatment study
Students from Coventry and Warwick universities joined forces to host a donor recruitment drive for a leading blood cancer charity.
Islamic Relief volunteers and the Muslim community in the West Midlands have teamed up to organise a fundraising dinner in Birmingham this Sunday
With winter approaching, make sure your home is safe.
Savers at a leading regional building society have helped to donate more than £65,000 to Birmingham Children’s Hospital…
The University of Birmingham and BGI, a leading genomics organisation in China, have today announced a major joint initiative in environmental and human health research.
Tim Mason, professor of chemistry at Coventry University, has been awarded an honorary degree from one of Europe’s most prestigious scientific institutions, in recognition of his contribution to the field of sonochemistry.
Oxford University is targeting state school students from Birmingham to help those considering applying for one of Oxford’s most competitive courses – Medicine.
University of Birmingham researchers investigating the effects of bereavement on the immune system are looking for volunteers to help with a pioneering study.
Ammalife, the medical charity officially backed by this site, has produced its own video to show the work it carries out around the world.
Heart scientists in Birmingham have been awarded prestigious grants of more than £580,000 by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) as part of a multi-million pound boost for research in the UK.
The British Heart Foundation have launched a new campaign to urge people to take their medicine, ‘just like that’
Adding chemo to radiotherapy halves risk of dangerous cancer returning. Laurie Southgate reports Bladder cancer patients given low doses of chemotherapy combined with radiotherapy were nearly 50 per cent less likely to relapse with the most lethal form of the disease compared to patients given radiotherapy alone, a major Birmingham trial funded by Cancer…