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Judith Brammar (right) with her colleague Karen Barnes

Beads give children courage and help fight cancer

When youngsters come to Addenbrooke's hospital for their treatments they can have fun here - the team play specialists on the wards provide entertainment and normal every day activities for the children.

In one of the Ely theatres

Focus on Ely day unit

The consultant led service- Ely day unit is striving for excellence in patient care.

Children tried out some equipment in the unit

Giving children a voice in clinical research

On Saturday 02 February children were invited to the Addenbrooke's Clinical Research Centre (ACRC) to attend our very first Children's Non-Executive Board Meeting.

ICU patient in physiotherapy gym

Seriously ill helped to walk and talk again

Staff on the intensive care unit are working with physiotherapists to get seriously ill patients back on their feet.

Barbara Layland and Andrea Hunt

Outreach chemotherapy service: treating patients closer to home

Patients receiving chemotherapy at Addenbrooke’s are offered a unique alternative to have their treatment nearer to home.

Head of Audiology honoured by University of Toronto

Dr David Baguley, head of audiology has been honoured as a Visiting Professor at the University of Toronto.

ANTS operates 24 hours a day

Round-the-clock service dedicated to the region’s sickest babies

When babies are sick sometimes they need to be transferred to a hospital better matched to meet their needs- this is where a dedicated transport service comes in.

Addenbrooke’s nurse named NHS Mentor of the Year

An Addenbrooke’s nurse has won a national NHS award for his skills in mentoring and teaching.

Accurate models are taken before treatment

Regional cleft specialists helping babies to normality

The multidisciplinary Cleft lip and palate team at Addenbrooke’s is here to help their little patients getting back to normal.

3D technology in neurosurgery

Addenbrooke’s brain surgeons pioneer 3D technology in the UK

Doctors at Addenbrooke’s are first to use the latest 3D technology in neurosurgery theatres in the UK.

Elaine Reid and Dr Pasupathy Sivasothy with the patient

The team committed to help you breathe easier

The pleural service is a part of Respiratory medicine department and was set up in 2009.

Performing an internal examination of the bowels

Team dedicated to resolving digestive disorders

In Gastroenterology department the team of doctors, consultants and specialist nurses see the patients with severe digestive problems.

In the maxillofacial laboratory

Body prostheses combine art and science to enhance lives

The team of qualified technicians rebuild patients' lives by creating, designing and engineering replacement parts of the body that have been lost through illnesses such as cancer or diabetes.

Sample handling

Blood Sciences vital in diagnosing patients' conditions

In the busy departments of haematology and biochemistry we met with staff to find out more what they do.

Contact Centre staff attended Gala Dinner

Contact Centre in Times' top 50 call centres list

CUH's Contact Centre team is delighted after winning a place among the Saturday Times' top 50 call centres for customer services in 2012.

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