A hard-hitting TV campaign's been launched by The British Heart Foundation urging support for new medical researchinto heart disease.
Scientists at Papworth and Addenbrooke's Hospitals say the swine flu jab given to children increased their chances of getting narcolepsy.
Cambridgeshire's Papworth Hospital was presented with three new pieces of life-saving equipment today by a very special charity.
Researchers at Papworth and Addenbrookes hospitals in Cambridgeshire have discovered that a swine flu jab which was given to hundreds of thousands of children carried an increased risk of developing the sleep disorder narcolepsy.
Working with the Health Protection Agency they found that one child in 55,000 given Pandermix developed the condition. The vaccine was used during the swine flu outbreak that began in 2009.
Papworth Hospital near Cambridge is known as one of the country's top heart and lung transplant centres. Today it's also been praised for its cancer care.
It came third in a national survey of patient satisfaction carried out by the charity Macmillan Cancer Support.
Papworth Hospital in Cambridgeshire will raise awareness about a form of cancer today with the release of balloons and doves. Almost two thousand people in the UK die every year from Mesothelioma. Most cases are thought to be caused by exposure to asbestos.