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Deep Dive: Dr Benyamin Deldar and David Hanbury Meng MSc, Deep Medical

A scalable solution to mental health support? 

Mental health. We might be increasing awareness, but is that translating into action? Sadly not for the millions around the world who are struggling with mental ill health, but are not getting the support they need, even in countries where support is...

British technology company is selected by the White House-backed accelerator programme to half cancer deaths 

C the Signs, a British AI technology company founded by NHS Doctors at the forefront of early cancer detection, has been announced as part of the inaugural cohort of the White House CancerX Accelerator programme.  CancerX was unveiled by the White...

Thought leaders converge at National Health Council leadership conference to advance care for patients 

Senior leaders – CEOs, Senior Executives and Board leaders – from the nation’s (US) top Patient Organisations and Partners of Patient Organisations, are coming together at the National Health Council (NHC) 2024 Health Leadership...

CERENOVUS launches next generation catheter for revascularization of patients with acute ischemic stroke

CERENOVUS, part of Johnson & Johnson MedTech, has announced the launch of CEREGLIDE 71 Intermediate Catheter, a next-generation intermediate catheter with TruCourse Technology indicated for the revazcularisation of patients suffering from acute ischemic...

Embr Labs announces study results revealing improvement in sleep among men and women  

Embr Labs, makers of Embr Wave, the leading temperature wearable, has announced pivotal sleep study results showing that subjects who wore the Embr Wave demonstrated a significant improvement in several measures of sleep quality including perceived...

Ethnicity data from health records of over 61 million people studied in detail for first time  

In research published in Nature Scientific Data, ethnicity data from general practice and hospital records of more than 61 million people in England has been studied in detail in for the first time.  Researchers assessed the available details of...

Digital app improves speech in stroke patients 

A new digital platform significantly improves speech for people with a language disorder. This is according to an NIHR-supported study.  The app, iTalkBetter, has been designed for users with the language disorder, aphasia. It analyses speech in real...

Hexarad radiology software cuts diagnostic waiting times at NHS hospital  

Radiology technology company Hexarad has been able to reduce diagnostic waiting times for acute and emergency care patients at North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust (NWAFT) with its unique radiology tech platform.    A joint pilot project...

US Air Force awards Soaak Technologies’ second contract to enhance airmen performance with sound technology 

Soaak Technologies, Inc. announces it has been selected by AFWERX for a SBIR Phase two contract in the amount of US$1.1 million, focused on delivering its proprietary sound frequency compositions to address the most pressing challenges faced by the...

Innovation in contraception – time to birth some new ideas? 

In this article, Dr Robert Sackin and Roberta Sher, Assistant and Robert Sackin, Partner at intellectual property law firm Reddie & Grose, provide a brief overview of some current innovations in the non-invasive and non-hormonal, wearable and male...

How do advancements in digital health technologies contribute to cancer care – including prevention, monitoring, and post-treatment support? 

This month’s question aligns with World Cancer Day – an international day marked on 4 February to encourage the prevention, detection and treatment of cancer, whilst also raising awareness. We hear from three experts from National Physical...