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Financial Redress Scheme for Mesh

Financial Redress Scheme for Mesh We are delighted with the review published today highlighting the need for a Financial Redress Scheme for Mesh. The Hughes Report ‘Options for redress for those harmed by valporate and pelvic mesh’. The Report highlights … Continued

Fetal Remains

Fetal Remains The use of fetal tissue from elective abortions is commonplace in the pharmaceutical industry and in medical research. Fetal tissue has been used since the 1930s for vaccine development, and more recently to help advance stem cell research … Continued

We Need to Talk About Incontinence

We Need to Talk About Incontinence Incontinence is a significant problem which is not being addressed sufficiently. Up to 65% of those in care homes have incontinence. Incontinence or dependence on a urinary catheter significantly increases the level of dependency … Continued

Culture of Silence

Culture of Silence It is widely accepted there is a culture of silence around sexual assault in the NHS. The report, published in the British Journal of Surgery, is the first attempt to understand the scale of the problem. Registered … Continued

Female Surgeons and Sexual Assault

Female Surgeons and Sexual Assault It is deeply concerning and disheartening to hear about female surgeons who allege being subjected to sexual harassment, assault, and even rape by their colleagues in the workplace. Such appalling experiences inflict severe emotional and … Continued

NHS Scandals

NHS Scandals Returning to work following the holiday season, and it has certainly been eventful. From the horrendous Lucy Letby trial and disclosure that management knew all along to Nottingham University Hospitals Trust planned prosecution over the deaths of the … Continued

The Risk of Incontinence After Hysterectomy

The Risk of Incontinence After Hysterectomy How many women out there have incontinence? How many have had a hysterectomy?   Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is one of the most reported health dilemmas of women suffering from lower urinary tract symptoms. … Continued

Why Choose Handley Law Ltd

If you are wondering why choose Handley Law Ltd for your legal action then read on. At our firm, we understand that medical negligence in gynaecology can be a deeply distressing and personal matter for women. That’s why we offer … Continued

Fowler’s Syndrome

Fowler’s Syndrome Fowler’s Syndrome typical affects women who infrequently pass urine with an intermittent stream. The normal sensation of urinary urgency expected with a full bladder are not present but as the bladder reaches capacity there may be pain and … Continued

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