Surgeon wins High Court battle to keep deadly past a secret
Heart surgeon, John Chen Lui Lu, transmitted a deadly bug which killed five patients at Nottingham City Hospital.
He is at the High Court today because he wants to keep this fact a secret.
He has been told he can only operate if he's open about his background with future patients.
A heart surgeon who transmitted a deadly bug which killed five patients at Nottingham CIty Hospital is going to the High Court today to try to keep his past a secret.
John Chen Lui Lu has been told he can only operate if he is open about his background with future patients.
Umbilical cord blood collected for stem-cell treatment
New mums-to-be in Nottingham will now have the chance to donate their umbilical cord when they give birth.
New centres at the Queens Medical Centre and Nottingham City Hospital will collect the cord blood - which contains potentially life saving stem cells.
They're used to save the lives of people with blood cancers like leukaemia.
Hospital facility boost
Nottingham City Hospital is hoping to boost its facilities for patients with kidney conditions.
Staff are launching a fundraising appeal today to buy specialist equipment and fund research. The hospital carries out up to 90 kidney transplants each year.