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Brighton Natural Health Centre launches GoFundMe campaign and announces free Open Day

Graham Robson August 31, 2022

Alongside its regular classes, BNHC has been running free and accessible low-cost classes for many years, including free classes for refugees, migrants and asylum seekers and trauma-informed yoga for identifying women – “a truly beautiful class, really safe, inclusive and accessible”.

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LGBTQ+ groups for political parties unite to call for urgent Government action to tackle rising number of monkeypox cases

Graham Robson August 5, 2022

The joint letter to Secretary of State for Health, Steve Barclay MP, has been signed by the LGBTQ+ groups for the Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats, Greens and Scottish National Party.

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Birmingham

Umbrella Health Birmingham – monkeypox information

Catherine Muxworthy July 29, 2022

Umbrella Health is now able to vaccinate people who are at high risk of contracting monkeypox. However, due to very limited stocks of the vaccine, these will be offered “through routine services based on the risk level of the person, in the same way we offer other vaccines such as hepatitis A and HPV.”

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Good Law Project’s legal challenge to long-standing trans healthcare delays given permission to proceed to court hearing

Graham Robson May 11, 2022

Alongside trans-led organisation Gendered Intelligence and four people who have suffered life-altering and, Good Law Project argues, unlawful waits for treatment, Good Law Project applied last December for permission to bring a judicial review against NHS England on six grounds.

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Health

Gay brain tumour patient launches podcast exploring what it is like to live with brain cancer

Graham Robson April 28, 2022

Martin Heaney was diagnosed with a grade 4 glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) in November last year after he banged his head and, on the advice of friends, who were concerned about small changes in his behaviour, decided to go to A&E.

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