Surgery can be used to treat the tumours, but the side-effects can prove to be worse than the symptoms.Read the full story ›
Smokers in Cambridgeshire are being urged to take the first step in giving up for good on No Smoking Day.Read the full story ›
A year after the 22-year-old took his own life, his family have launched a new mental health project called 'Chat with Charlie'.Read the full story ›
The region's ambulance service has said it needs more funding to ease working conditions for over-stretched frontline staff.Read the full story ›
Tributes have been paid to a Nobel Prize winning Cambridge scientist who's died at the age of 75.
Geneticist Professor Sir John Sulston headed Britain's contribution to mapping the genes which make up the human body. He also founded the Sanger Centre in Cambridge.
He had a burning and unrelenting commitment to making genome data open to all without restriction and his leadership in this regard is in large part responsible for the free access now enjoyed.
We all feel the loss today of a great scientific visionary and leader who made historic, landmark contributions to knowledge of the living world, and established a mission and agenda that defines 21st century science.
A hospital director said the 85-year-old's death as he waited for treatment could have been avoided.Read the full story ›
More than a million NHS staff are to be offered a pay rise of 6.5% - in return for giving up a day's holiday, according to a leaked report.Read the full story ›
The new leader of Norfolk and Suffolk's mental health trust has said he is keen to help it move on from its 'current difficulties'.Read the full story ›
Visiting restrictions have been put in place at Norfolk's biggest hospital because of a flu outbreak.
The Norfolk and Norwich closed one ward as a precaution after patients arrived with the virus.
They're asking people not to visit unless absolutely necessary - and not to bring in children aged under 12.
“We are restricting visiting as a precaution as it is that time of year when we see flu circulating widely in the community.
"It is also important not to visit the hospital if you have any respiratory illness including coughs, colds and flu or have been in close contact with someone who has over the previous three days. Washing your hands with warm water and soap is also essential for all visitors."
There are currently more than 330 people waiting for a kidney in the East of England.Read the full story ›