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Busting some chemo myths: I kept my hair, didn't have my head down the loo and looked well

Busting some chemo myths: I kept my hair, didn't have my head down the loo and looked well

Busting some chemo myths: I kept my hair, didn't have my head down the loo and looked well

Beth Purvis, aka Bowel Warrior, writes for the Indie as a 40-year-old married mum living with stage 4 cancer


The disease that's cost Stortford woman, 26, her job, savings and sporting career

The disease that's cost Stortford woman, 26, her job, savings and sporting career

The disease that's cost Stortford woman, 26, her job, savings and sporting career

Mum's £10,000 appeal to continue life-changing treatment for Lyme disease sufferer and former county tennis player and cricketer Robyn Craddock.


How would you make Bishop's Stortford's ambulance service better?

How would you make Bishop's Stortford's ambulance service better?

How would you make Bishop's Stortford's ambulance service better?

The draft strategy sets out priorities for the next five years "for providing safe, high-quality patient care" .


Mental health care in Hertfordshire gets £4.5m boost

Mental health care in Hertfordshire gets £4.5m boost

Mental health care in Hertfordshire gets £4.5m boost

The cash is part of a £70m national fund which has been allocated by NHS England to just 12 areas across the UK.


Government gives share of £2.8 billion for new Princess Alexandra Hospital after Boris Johnson visit

Government gives share of £2.8 billion for new Princess Alexandra Hospital after Boris Johnson visit

Government gives share of £2.8 billion for new Princess Alexandra Hospital after Boris Johnson visit

The PAH trust is pondering whether to build a new medical centre on the outskirts of Harlow or to rebuild on the current site in the town.


Cricket-loving dementia sufferer, 65, gets one more chance to play the game

Cricket-loving dementia sufferer, 65, gets one more chance to play the game

Cricket-loving dementia sufferer, 65, gets one more chance to play the game

Birchanger family bowled over by community's support of their charity cricket match in aid of Dunmow Dementia Café.


South Street Surgery doctors prescribe move to Herts and Essex Hospital

South Street Surgery doctors prescribe move to Herts and Essex Hospital

South Street Surgery doctors prescribe move to Herts and Essex Hospital

GPs say they can explore opportunities for collaborative working and developing services with Church Street and Parsonage surgeries at hospital site


Celebrate the power of music and its impact on dementia at Rhodes

Celebrate the power of music and its impact on dementia at Rhodes

Celebrate the power of music and its impact on dementia at Rhodes

The Bishop's Stortford venue will host a celebration of the power of music with a particular focus on improving the well-being of people with dementia


Friend's tribute on top of Kilimanjaro in memory of Stortford student Archie Day

Friend's tribute on top of Kilimanjaro in memory of Stortford student Archie Day

Friend's tribute on top of Kilimanjaro in memory of Stortford student Archie Day

Africa trekker Dan Cox and Rory Marrow, who ran Kew Gardens 10k, raise over £9k in memory of former TBSHS boy who took his own life at the age of 20


The normality of going back to work is just the job

The normality of going back to work is just the job

The normality of going back to work is just the job

Elsenham mother-of-two Beth Purvis, aka Bowel Warrior, writes for the Indie about living with stage 4 cancer


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