A demonstration has been held in Peebles to oppose any privatisation of the NHS.
The protestors believe that a trade deal between Europe and the United States could open the way for US companies to become involved in the British health service.
Demonstrations are being held across the country. The Government and the EU say that the deal won't lead to privatisation but protestors remain unconvinced.
A Cumbrian teenager with cerebral palsy has been offered the chance to walk again but his family must raise £60,000 for an operation in America.
14-year-old James Burns from Whitehaven can't walk unaided because the muscles in his legs don't work properly. His supporters have got till next June to raise the money so the operation in St Louis can go ahead.
It's something that affects thousands of people every year and now patients in our region will be among the first in the country to benefit from a new treatment to reduce the risk of strokes.
It's a small device implanted into the heart to stop blood clots.
Stan Rogers from Brampton in Cumbria is one of the first people in the country to benefit from the treatment, which is an alternative to blood thinning drugs. Lucy Taylor reports.
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A new nursing cadet scheme has started in Cumbria to help improve the problem of staff shortages.
25 cadets are learning the basics and they're being backed by some of Cumbria's most senior nurses, who started as cadets.
Lesley Carruthers is the Deputy Director of Nursing in North Cumbria University Hospitals Trust:
Twenty five new cadets are learning the basics of nursing at Lakes College.
People running the course hope the cadets will go on to do nursing training and stay in Cumbria.
The county has had difficulty recruiting enough qualified nurses.
Campaigners looking to ensure that acute medical services are not moved from Whitehaven to Carlisle have marched from Millom to the Cumberland Infirmary to make their point.
Campaigners fighting to keep consultant-led maternity services at the West Cumberland Hospital are taking part in a "pram push" from Millom to Carlisle.
They are pushing a pram along the 72-mile route to highlight the journey women in labour could have to make if services in Whitehaven are downgraded.
An investigation into the North Lancashire and South Cumbria Breast Screening Programme has highlighted "serious concerns" in relation to the management, working relations and audit culture.
The review concluded the service is safe but there must be a "significant review of processes" to ensure it stays that way.
The University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay Trust says it welcomes the report and will implement all of its findings. Katie Hunter has more:
A struggling Cumbrian NHS Trust has been bailed out with £42million, according to a report out today by the National Audit Office.
North Cumbria University Hospitals Trust received the highest total out of 46 NHS bodies in England during 2013/14.
The money was given to cash-strapped NHS trusts and foundations, including North Cumbria, to help them overcome their deficit.
Margaret Hodge, chairwoman of the Public Accounts Committee, said the "deeply alarming report" showed the future sustainability of the NHS was at risk.
"This is a deeply alarming report. I do not believe it is an exaggeration to say that the future sustainability of our National Health Service is at risk.
The gross deficit of NHS and foundation trusts is up by an extraordinary 150%.
Some trusts are only getting by on handouts."
An online appeal to raise money for Wasdale Mountain Rescue after it helped find a lost dog has raised more than £37,000 in less than 24 hours.
Jasper the Border Collie was lost for three days on Scafell Pike in the Lake District.