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Antibiotic resistance - fighting the superbugs

Dr Nick Brown, consultant medical microbiologist at Addenbrooke's hospital, spoke to The Naked Scientists about the rise of antibiotic resistance, and his interview was broadcast on local BBC and BBC Radio 5 Live this week.

CUH opens new purpose-built kidney dialysis facility

The new unit opened on Monday 14 December and is located off Newmarket Road.

Green light for kidney disease drug welcomed by CUH consultant

CUH’s Dr Richard Sandford has welcomed NHS approval of a drug to tackle kidney disease.

Flu - who is vulnerable

Dr Chris Smith, consultant virologist at CUH Addenbrooke’s, explains why people over 65, pregnant women, adults with an underlying health condition and carers are more at risk of catching the flu virus.

Stay well and warm this winter

Getting a flu jab and following some simple tips on keeping warm can help vulnerable people stay well this winter.

CUH staff sweep the board at regional leadership recognition awards

CUH staff have swept the board at the East of England NHS Leadership Recognition Awards 2015, winning three of the nine categories.

CUH supports the #EqualityPledge

CUH, The University of Cambridge and Cambridge City Council have underlined their support for diversity and equality across the city and beyond by taking the Equality Pledge.

Cambridge Strategic Partnership sets path to deliver ‘game-changing’ medicines

CUH, the University of Cambridge and GSK have announced their Strategic Partnership, with the long-term ambition to jointly deliver new medicine to patients in the next 5-10 years.

New government ambition to halve stillbirths and neonatal deaths welcomed by the Rosie

The Rosie’s head of midwifery has welcomed the Government’s ambition to reduce the rate of stillbirths, neonatal and maternal deaths in England by 50% by 2030.

Couple pay tribute to Rosie Hospital ‘heroes’ who saved their baby’s life

Karen Anderson and her partner Steve Smith have paid tribute to the ‘heroes’ at the Rosie who saved the life of their critically ill son after he was born at 30 weeks.

Cambridge research nurses win a 'nursing Oscar' for Clinical Research Nursing

Research nurses at the NIHR Cambridge BioResource (CBR) have won the 2015 Nursing Times Award for Clinical Research Nursing. The award is in recognition of their work to promote volunteer engagement and delivery of research studies.

Research midwife presents evidence to MPs on fetal alcohol syndrome

A CUH research midwife has given evidence to a group of MPs who are investigating the current state of fetal alcohol syndrome in the UK.

National accreditation for Rosie's breastfeeding experts

We're really proud of our infant feeding team at The Rosie for achieving stage 2 of the UNICEF’s Baby Friendly standard.

CUH consultant welcomes new drugs to tackle the ‘silent killer’ of hepatitis C

New drugs will help tackle the ‘silent killer’ virus that can stop the liver working says a CUH consultant.

Physical activity should not be a hurdle for cancer patients

A leading cancer specialist at CUH Addenbrooke’s is calling for a nationwide research programme to discover why many current and former cancer patients appear to be ignoring advice about leading a healthy lifestyle.

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