'Baby Grady' gives hope to infertile boys with cancer

New approach could preserve fertility for boys having cancer treatment, say scientists.

Assisted dying: Doctors' group adopts neutral position

The Royal College of Physicians votes to adopt a neutral position on helping terminally ill patients die.

Hancock criticised over DNA test 'over reaction'

England's health secretary said it had saved his life by revealing a "higher risk of prostate cancer".

IVF ethics pioneer Mary Warnock dies

The philosopher Baroness Mary Warnock has died at the age of 94.

Cervical screening: DIY smear test could be 'game-changer'

Women who miss cervical screening appointments will be given home-testing kits in a pilot scheme.

NHS 'no chance of training enough staff'

Experts are warning nurses and GP shortages will worsen in England, unless radical action is taken.

Testosterone rules for female athletes 'unscientific'

There is a lack of evidence for the cut-off point adopted by athletics chiefs, a BMJ editorial says.

Instagram eating disorder content 'out of control'

Psychiatrists raise concerns as the BBC finds children are swapping extreme images of weight loss.

Unprecedented drug shortage linked to Brexit, NHS bosses say

Hospitals in England are experiencing a "spike" in medicine shortages, an NHS leader tells BBC Newsnight.

'No consent' for teeth removal op on woman who later died

Rachel Johnston, who had learning difficulties, died weeks after all her teeth were removed.