BBC News - Health Prostate cancer detection breakthrough 2017-01-20T08:37:34.000000Z Dr Hashim Ahmed describes a new breakthrough in prostate cancer diagnosis 'Huge leap' in prostate cancer testing 2017-01-20T07:10:15.000000Z A quarter of men "could be spared invasive prostate biopsies" if gland was scanned first. Intimate questions 2017-01-20T02:07:13.000000Z A transgender woman who offered people the chance to ask "invasive questions" on an internet forum has been overwhelmed by the response. Man evicted from hospital for blocking bed for two years 2017-01-20T01:42:25.000000Z A hospital applies for a court order to remove a patient who had occupied a bed "unnecessarily". Nairn cataract patient's 12-month waiting time criticised at FMQs 2017-01-19T16:40:26.000000Z A woman faces a minimum wait of 12 months for a consultation about surgery for a cataract, MSPs have heard. Voice doctor 2017-01-19T13:08:55.000000Z Our voices can activate gadgets and authenticate ourselves to banks. But can they tell if we're ill? Drug cost-saving plans may hit patients 2017-01-19T12:56:50.000000Z Patients in England may face delays getting new drugs or go without them under NHS cost-cutting plans. Alkaline swindle 2017-01-19T10:25:08.000000Z Naima Houder-Mohammed believed Robert O Young, the father of the alkaline diet, could cure her. It didn't turn out as she hoped. Bill Gates: Ebola crisis handling had lack of 'clarity' 2017-01-19T08:17:52.000000Z Bill Gates backs vaccine project which could prevent epidemics like Ebola spreading Hard pressed 2017-01-19T01:45:47.000000Z Why is it that the NHS always seems to be short of staff, and is there anything that can be done to resolve the problem?