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Date: 17 December 2017
Havering GPs are encouraging local people to come together and talk more openly about death and dying.
As part of this year s NHS Change Day Havering GPs are reflecting on the positive changes to local NHS services that have taken place over the last twelve months.
Local GPs are advising women to get to know their bodies and recognise the symptoms of ovarian cancer to coincide with Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month.
As part of prostate cancer awareness month which started on 1 March 2015 local GPs are urging men to get to know the symptoms of prostate cancer and to visit their doctor if they are concerned about the disease.
If you re a carer and living in Havering we want your views.
Havering GPs have been selected to join a national project to help people with chronic kidney disease to better manage their condition.
NHS England has published a draft of the refreshed NHS Continuing Healthcare Redress Guidance.
Have you had heartburn most days for three weeks or more? The chances are it s nothing serious but it s a good idea to see your family doctor.
Local GPs and hospitals are reminding residents they should only go to A&E if it s an emergency.
If you are stuck for a New Year s resolution this year local GPs say the best way to make the most of 2015 and beyond is to improve your health.
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