Editorial Team

Family 30th March 2018

The Gadget Man supports twins with autism

In his job as ‘The Gadget Man’ Matt Porter tests and reviews cool techie stuff, but gadgets also play a critical role in his personal life. They support the unique needs of his 7-year-old twins James and Grace, who have ...

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Chronic Conditions 5th January 2018

Breathing in gratitude

Year-end is often a time for reflection and expressing gratitude. For Karen Phillips, the customised tracheostomy tube that allows her son Michael to breathe is at the top of her list of things to be thankful for. Michael was nine ...

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Pure Tech 31st October 2017

When MedTech meets Art

Art of life is an evening reception organised by MedTech Europe in partnership with  EU40 in the European Parliament on Wednesday 22 November 2017 from 6.00pm until 8.00pm. This event will be hosted by the honourable Members of the European Parliament, Brando ...

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Bones, Joints & Muscles 22nd June 2017

Body Proud: Willibald Panzer

Willibald Panzer (61) is passionate about sport. In 2010 he injured his left shoulder while playing beach volleyball. When the pain became unbearable, Willibald decided to have an artificial shoulder fitted. After the operation and subsequent rehabilitation therapy he was able to ...

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Cancer 21st June 2017

Body Proud: Christine Raab

Christine Raab (35) is a freelance make-up artist. In November 2014 she was diagnosed with breast cancer. This was followed by numerous examinations and an operation to remove the affected lymph nodes. After the subsequent chemotherapy, Christine developed a lymphoedema. Since then ...

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