Nanotechnologies changed our life and its duration once and for all. Using them, we have possibility to prevent, cure and accelerate rehabilitation of by far many illnesses. Until recent years, for example, children were prone to certain infectious diseases, for which there was no effective cure. Vaccines have almost eradicated some of these conditions. Another bright example is regarding surgical intervention. If you needed a major operation, you would be confined to bed for weeks. Nowadays many operations use less invasive procedures, requiring day surgery only. In addition, the survival rate for many cancers has improved considerably over the recent decades, due to development of chemotherapy to treat the condition. Continue reading “Most dangerous viruses under the spotlight” »
Forster Dean Solicitors, a law firm finding itself on the crest of a wave with and covering the North West and the Midlands, participate in the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ to drive revenue for charity purposes. The main aim of the series of events is to attract funds in support of Macmillan Cancer fundraising.
Forster Dean’s main sphere of specialisation is accident claims and personal injuries, though the company is grinding away to give more value than legal assistance to particular people as well as the whole community. Impressed by the passion of Macmillan enthusiasts, lending a helping hand to those who need it most, Forster Dean has joined the ranks of contributors to support the good purpose. Continue reading “Coffee Time: Support The Cancer Patients” »