The Future of Healthcare




Fighting cancer with technology

More than 350,000 Britons are diagnosed with cancer each year; that’s almost 1,000 people per day. You will probably have…

25 Nov 2017

Speeding up cancer diagnosis: what’s not to like?

Cancer is a momentous issue globally, affecting more than 14 million lives each year and accounting for approximately 15 per…

25 Nov 2017

We're heading for a brave bionic future

When The Six Million Dollar Man hit the world’s TV screens in 1973, few could have foretold how swiftly his…

25 Nov 2017

The future of diagnostics is digital

SPONSORED BY   Tackling cancer is a national priority. Newly detected cancer cases and the number of cancer sufferers are…

25 Nov 2017

The transplant revolution is here

The heart beats rhythmically, its muscles quivering, the bright red blood pulsing through its chambers. It appears vibrantly — queasily…

25 Nov 2017

Welcome to the brave new world of artificial intelligence

In the 1966 film Fantastic Voyage, a submarine crew is shrunken to microscopic size and injected into the bloodstream of…

25 Nov 2017

Cancer diagnosis – the shortfall and the opportunity

  THE PROBLEM The number of Britons aged 75 and over is projected to rise by 89.3% by mid-2039. In…

25 Nov 2017