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Public Health England Hub Programme and Porton Down (3 September 2014)

Robert Halfon: ...right for Harlow as well. Thanks to the enterprise zone and the UTC, the relocation would be a good strategic fit and Harlow council is very supportive of the move. It would also be consistent with the increasingly renowned pathology specialism of the Princess Alexandra hospital. When GSK unfortunately left the town, Harlow lost a lot of jobs. Public Health England’s moving to Harlow...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Lyme Disease (24 July 2014) See 1 other result from this answer

The Countess of Mar: To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether, in December 2011, the Clinical Pathology Accreditation Service was made aware of modifications by the Health Protection Agency’s Lyme Borreliosis Unit to the Trinity Biotech immunoblot kit to be used for testing human cerebrospinal fluid.

[Mr David Crausby in the Chair] — Backbench Business — Youth Employment (15 July 2014)

Ian Swales: .... We need to address that scandal and expose how much of that is going on—how many people come to this country simply because we have not trained our own people properly? We need to encourage employers to take on trainees. In certain sectors—the oil and gas sectors spring to mind—employers seem pathologically not to want to train their workers and simply go out and poach...

World Health Organisation — Question for Short Debate (2 July 2014)

Lord Ribeiro: ...provision of basic intervention which will prevent premature death and long-term disability. Evidence suggests that there are 15 basic surgical interventions which will deal with approximately 80% of basic surgical need and the commonest urgent pathology in a community, particularly in rural areas where doctors are scarce. Because of the loss of traditionally trained surgeons, who migrate...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Cancer Research and Treatment (1 July 2014)

Edwin Poots: ...symptoms of early cancer and opportunities for early intervention.  Excellence in cancer diagnosis is essential to support the best outcomes for patients.  Our cancer diagnostic services include one of the UK’s most advanced in molecular pathology, deploying cutting-edge technologies to serve both research and cancer services.    On that particular front, I...

Scottish Parliament: Perth Royal Infirmary’s Centenary (25 June 2014)

Elizabeth Smith: .... As such, many residents across Perthshire and Kinross-shire, and many staff within PRI, have on an on-going basis expressed their concerns that the removal of services such as the maternity ward, paediatrics, pathology and weekend surgery will have a detrimental effect on the future of Perth royal infirmary as an acute district general hospital. That is something that MSPs on all sides...

Serious Crime Bill [HL] — Second Reading (16 June 2014)

Lord Howarth of Newport: ...six times as many black people as white people have been stopped and searched on suspicion of carrying drugs. However, should we be worried that the new injunctions will similarly discriminate against young, black, poor men? Where are the Government’s policies to address the pathologies that generate the drugs culture—inequality, lack of mental health services, a welfare state...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Ministerial Statement: North/South Ministerial Council:  Health and Food Safety (2 June 2014)

Edwin Poots: ...of Ireland and, indeed, Great Britain.  We cannot afford to ignore it; we need to do more.  We know that alcohol is a depressant, and many people who take their own lives are found to have a high level of alcohol in the blood when pathology testing is carried out.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Cancer Drugs:  Funding (6 May 2014)

Roy Beggs: ...able to administer the scheme and train specialist nurses etc.  Again, what has happened in that regard?  Northern Ireland has fallen behind in research and we need to ensure that we are at the forefront again.  It is also about scans and testing.  Recently, Manuel Salto-Tellez, professor of molecular pathology, highlighted that it is about personalised treatment and...

Written Answers — Health: Autism (28 April 2014) See 1 other result from this answer

Barry Sheerman: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) whether he plans to issue specific guidance relating to pathological demand avoidance; (2) what steps he is taking to ensure that the diagnosis and treatment of pathological demand avoidance is not subject to regional variations; (3) what guidance he gives GPs and clinical commissioning groups on pathological demand avoidance and its...

Written Answers — Education: Children: Autism (10 April 2014) See 1 other result from this answer

Barry Sheerman: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what steps he is taking to improve the education of children with pathological demand avoidance.

Written Answers — Health: Out of Area Treatment: Scotland (8 April 2014)

Jane Ellison: ...previously MH) 8 2 3 710 Adult Mental Illness 44 81 53 712 Forensic Psychiatry — — 1 715 Old Age Psychiatry 7 4 5 800 Clinical Oncology (previously Radiotherapy) 79 94 75 811 Interventional Radiology 14 18 9 812 Diagnostic Imaging — 1 2 822 Chemical Pathology — — 2 The number of finished admission episodes...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Dogs: Diseases (8 April 2014)

George Eustice: Alabama Rot is the name commonly being given to the newly emerged condition in dogs, known by its clinical and pathological description as ‘Cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy’. Whilst this new condition, which appears seasonally, seems very similar to Alabama Rot, we do not know that they have the same cause. Investigation into this condition is being led by vets at a...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Pathology: Laboratories (8 April 2014)

Paul Flynn: ...of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what discussions he has had with the Royal College of Pathologists on the effects on human and animal safety of reductions in the number of national pathology laboratories from 14 to 7; and if he will publish the impact assessment produced by his Department on such a plan.

Health: Innovative Medicine — Question for Short Debate (1 April 2014)

Lord Colwyn: ...in that area remains controversial. Intravenous EDTA chelation therapy, properly administered, is a safe, economical and effective treatment for the symptoms of atherosclerosis caused by free radical pathology. There is insufficient time to examine the technique in more detail, but I believe that it is a treatment that should be carefully considered before resorting to amputation. About 20...

Written Answers — Health: Pathology (31 March 2014)

Andrew Griffiths: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what assessment he has made of trends in the incidence of quality failures in NHS hospital histopathology laboratories over the last five years.

Public Bill Committee: Deregulation Bill: New Clause 4 - Housing revenue account (25 March 2014)

Thomas Docherty: ...shows that across the country Labour local authorities are outstripping—[Interruption.] The hon. Member for Macclesfield says “spending”. I had not realised that the Conservative party was so pathologically opposed to public spending that it does not believe building homes for our constituents should be encouraged. I regret that that is the Conservative party position,...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Flying of flags at council offices (19 March 2014)

Alex Attwood: ...come back to Mr McGlone in a second.  Mr Allister is far wiser on this than I am, and it may even be presumptuous for me to say this, but I do not think that a vast swathe of unionist opinion pathologically thought that the Good Friday Agreement was something that it was not.  A copy of the Good Friday Agreement was posted to every house.  It was the most talked about...

Regenerative Medicine: S&T Committee Report — Motion to Take Note (13 March 2014)

Baroness Greenfield: ...very different conditions and are differentially tractable to stem cell therapy. Parkinson’s disease is much more localised in the brain than Alzheimer’s, and therefore it will be much easier to locate where the stem cells should be placed. However, there is often a co-pathology—patients presenting with both Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases—so in...

Business without Debate: Francis Report (5 March 2014)

Grahame Morris: ...provide very high standards of care, and have dedicated and compassionate staff. I am not just talking about doctors and nurses, but ancillary workers, cleaners and support staff. I worked in a pathology department as a medical scientific officer for a number of years. We should remember that the NHS is an integrated service that relies on all of its elements to perform at a high level and...

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