Daily News Roundup – 31 January 2013

Categories: In The Media.

Health and social care will need half of government spending unless changes made

The Telegraph

By 2060, half of all government spending could go on health and social care unless major changes are made, The King’s Fund has reported.

Hospitals face new army of inspectors in wake of Mid Staffordshire scandal

The Guardian

Landmark report into hundreds of unnecessary deaths at NHS hospital to call for overhaul of regulatory system.

World Cancer Day: dispelling the myths and misconceptions about cancer

The Telegraph 

Telegraph commentator Judith Potts talks about the misconception of cancer being challenged this year on World Cancer Day, 4 February 2013.

Charity cash raised by children for Treetops Hospice stolen in nursery raid 

Derby Telegraph

Heartless burglars have stolen £500 of charity money from a nursery where children spent a year having their hair cut to raise it for Treetops Hospice in Derbyshire.

Derian House children’s hospice has a new image for 2013

Lancashire Telegraph 

A hospice which cares for terminally ill East Lancashire children has unveiled a brand new look to begin its 20th anniversary celebrations.

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