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Educating Ayrshire: ‘A whistle-stop tour in to the world of radiotherapy’

Craig is a student of radiotherapy and oncology at Glasgow Caledonian University and as you’ll see from his post for Ayrshire Health, a passionate and clear communicator on a very complex subject. As a radiotherapist Craig helps to treat people

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The wheels on the bus

On the Ayrshire Health Blog this week Brian McCulloch shares with us his experience of the care and treatment he received during a surgical procedure. Brian writes about a couple of disappointments along the way, but praises the communication skills

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The Drive to Improve 5 Year Cancer Survival – an NHS Priority, or Political Folly?

Martin Brunet looks at the attempt to raise results to meet one National Health Service target set by Government, the statistics involved, and questions whether other measures night be more effective. The Drive to Improve 5 Year Cancer Survival –

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