"Promising" dementia drug made from pigs" brains could help 200,000 sufferers


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'Promising' dementia drug made from pigs' brains could help 200,000 sufferers The new drug called cerebrolysin improves concentration, memory and mood among those suffering with vascular dementia The new drug is licensed in some countries but not in the UK or U.S.No serious side effects were reported from taking the drug By Jenny Hope PUBLISHED: 00:46 GMT, 31 January 2013 | UPDATED: 03:32 GMT, 31 January 2013 The new drug called cerebrolysin improves concentration, memory processing and mood in patients Dementia sufferers may benefit from a ‘promising’ new treatment made from pigs’ brains, say researchers. The new drug – called cerebrolysin – improves concentration, memory processing and mood in patients with a certain kind of dementia known as vascular dementia, which affects up to 200,000 Britons

Seriously ill baby forced to wait for 12 hours in A&E because no suitable bed was available in all of Britain


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Seriously ill baby forced to wait for 12 hours in A&E because no suitable bed was available in all of Britain Staff rang 29 units but all 320 beds were already occupied by sick childrenA bed was eventually found nearly 100 miles away in Sheffield Case emerged as specialists warned of shortage of beds for children | UPDATED: 22:29 GMT, 15 December 2012 A seriously ill baby was forced to wait in an Accident and Emergency ward for more than 12 hours because there were no suitable beds available anywhere in the UK. The shocking case emerged as specialists yesterday warned the Department of Health about a national shortage of intensive care beds for children this winter.