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Medical student Alexandra Adams talks about her journey towards becoming the first deafblind doctor in Britain.
Dr Emma Tremaine talks about how being diagnosed with dyspraxia lead her to inspire others to follow in her footsteps.
After a skiing accident left him paralysed from the chest down, Dr Tom Wells still found the strength to become a doctor.
With end-of-life care charities growing in number and strength, Dr Stephen Kirkham asks whether this is a result of the NHS' failings.
What are the health and hospital needs of the Traveller community? Does it constitute a separate group at all? Radhika Holmström investigates misconceptions, preconceptions and language.
Sir Ian Kennedy calls upon the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to add compliance with statutory duties regarding homelessness to regimes for inspecting hospitals.
As healthcare searches for the next big breakthrough, Dr Matt Inada-Kim argues that the next great advance will not be a cure, but a change in the way we work as a system.