Tharushi Wijesiri dives into healthcare inequality – what do we already know about women’s health and what is still a mystery?
Two years, three ultrasound scans, multiple doctor’s appointments and many ‘press two to find out test results’ later, I have received a diagnosis: endometriosis. This condition is one that affects 1 in 10 women and […]
Charity ‘Cancer Research UK’ is inviting primary and secondary schools in Leeds to take part in the Race for Life. This racing event helps to fund much needed cancer research with the intention of trying […]
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS/ME) is often brushed off as tiredness or attention-seeking, if it’s recognised at all. After all, everyone gets worn-out. In reality people have died from CFS, and at its worst those with […]
The Gryphon speaks to Sibongile Tshabalala, activist and chairperson of Treatment Action Campaign, about the continuing fight against HIV and the struggle to make treatment affordable. In the early Noughties, 1700 South Africans died per […]
New medical scanner promises new insights into the human body and advances in disease diagnosis. A new £6.8 Million medical imaging centre has just opened at Leeds General Infirmary as part of a University of […]