Caroline Richmond

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The consumption of prime beef cuts is down, animals have been slaughtered by the thousand and 3 farmers have committed suicide as the mad-cow issue continues to cause concern in the United Kingdom. In this report from London, Caroline Richmond also notes that the royal colleges have published a report stating that chronic fatigue syndrome is a real illness(More)
I was in Glasgow on 15 May 1991 when I was called to the telephone to speak to the police. I had no idea what it was about and my anxiety level was high. My caller, who introduced himself as Superintendent Stuart Clifton of Grantham Police, quickly allayed my worst fears. NovoNordisk Ltd, the largest suppliers of insulin in the country, had given him my(More)
causing Europe’s largest outbreak of hepatitis B at his clinic in north London. Dr. Madhusadan Shivadikar, 69, a registered physician, practised an obscure form of acupuncture. A report by the local health authority says 60 people from across Britain were infected after undergoing treatment at the Finchley Alternative Medical Centre. The report, prepared(More)
Caroline Richmond reports on miscellaneous winners and losers from the health care scene in the United Kingdom. The winners include a young patient who is holding her own against formidable medical odds after receiving heroic treatment for leukemia, and the country's osteopaths, who have won the right to compile a statutory register. The losers are the(More)