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Latest news — articles for May 2020
A team from St Bartholomew’s Hospital has established a new screening programme for patients requiring urgent cardiac care during the Covid-19 outbreak.
An immunotherapy drug called ‘avelumab’ has been shown to significantly improve survival in patients with the most common type of bladder cancer, according to results from a phase III clinical trial led by Professor Tom Powles from Barts Cancer Centre and Queen Mary University of London.
Amina Adan is a 43-year-old woman originally from Somaliland. Currently living in Tower Hamlets, she contracted Covid-19 and needed urgent treatment at the Royal London Hospital.
Social worker Delbert Mani, writes about his experience contracting Covid-19 and thanks the staff at Newham Hospital who cared for him.
We spoke with third year nursing student Indie, who is currently on her final three-month placement at the Royal London Hospital.
On International Clinical Trials Day we want to recognise our Research Team, who have been leading the way and working hard to make sure that patients are recruited to vital research studies across the Trust.
An ICU nurse at St Bartholomew’s Hospital has become the subject of a piece of art after she was nominated by a patient’s relative, who turned out to be an old friend.
Several weeks ago, we saw a video on Twitter of a woman being discharged from The Royal London Hospital after undergoing treatment for Covid-19.
The woman in the video was Amirun Nahar Choudhury who lives in Stepney, and in this interview we speak with her son, Omar, about how she’s feeling now.
Musician Phil Moore and a few of his friends decided to combat lockdown boredom and start a virtual band.