The day that Cambs Times journalist and campaigner Kath Sansom took her Sling The Mesh campaign to Parliament has been captured on camera.
Campaigning Cambs Times journalist Kath Sansom today took her ‘sling the mesh’ campaign to the heart of Government.
A surgeon has told how he advised medical guideline experts that mesh was risky as long ago as 2003 - but they ignored him.
A hospital trust which is encouraging its staff to have a flu jab is calling on the public to do the same.
A landmark study shows one in ten women suffer problems after having the most commonly used mesh operation given to hundreds of patients every year on the NHS.
Free treatment to help women realise their dream of having a baby has been stopped in Cambridgeshire despite a petition of almost 2,300 signatures.
The ambulance service is looking for volunteer car drivers to provide a lifeline for patients who have routine NHS appointments.
Amelia Duncan is a typical toddler who loves running around playing with her brother and sister.
One in three people who have had a surgical mesh implant to treat incontinence, prolapse or hernia go on to develop fibromyalgia according to a patient survey.
Doctors from overseas are being recruited to fill gaps in GP practices across Cambridgeshire.
An out of order lift at a Wisbech health clinic caused issues for patients with mobility problems for four weeks and made staff stressed according to a local councillor.
Local services we receive from our councils matter a lot to all of us all and the quality of those services matters far more than which council provides them.
A Cambridge neurosurgeon is one of the world’s leading experts who advises brain tumour patients across the world, from his computer.
Eleven men – part of one family – have been convicted of modern day slavery in what Lincolnshire police who brought them to justice say is the country’s biggest investigation of its kind.
A woman who works at Aldi in Chatteris braved the shave on Saturday to raise more than £525 for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
A three year report into surgical mesh, that treats problems often caused by childbirth, has been slammed by an MP and branded a whitewash by women across the UK.
Traffic was stopped in Ely yesterday as ambulance crew lined up to pay their respects to a popular paramedic who died within weeks of a cancer diagnosis.
One in three women could be suffering in silence with mesh implant problems in a women’s health scandal that has been called the biggest disaster of our time.
Ambulance staff in Cambridgeshire received 1,735 calls during the bank holiday weekend – an 8.3 per cent rise on the same period in 2016.
New chief executive appointed for community care and mental health trust
The Green Party candidate for the North East Cambridgeshire area has been announced as Ruth Johnson.
In Wisbech West the size and scale of Steve Tierney’s victory was as impressive as anywhere within the county.
Winning candidate David Connor has a list of projects he will campaign on now he’s back at Shire Hall.
County council leader Steve Count pulled off a decisive victory – topping the poll by 169 votes from his running mate Jan French.
A family caught up in the double tragedy of their parents’ deaths have questioned why their father was charged over their mother’s death.
A young woman from Benwick has thanked the medics credited by doctors for saving her life after she contracted bacterial meningitis.
The annual meeting of the Wisbech branch of the NHS Fellowship was held at the Rosmini Centre where 30 members attended.
A nurse from the Alan Hudson Day Treatment Centre in Wisbech was one of sixty runners to help raise £23,000 for the hospice at the Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon.
People in Fenland are taking the most anti depressants compared to anywhere else in Britain, according to a new report.
An award winning TV presenter is, for the second time in a week, homing in on the Fens for a documentary to expose hidden scandal.