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The alternative to ice involves pumping livers with blood, nutrients and medicines while in a machine.
George has a rare form of childhood dementia called Batten Disease.
Tom Evans is asking the Pope to intervene in the legal battle about ending his son's life support.
Alfie Dingley's family want him to use cannabis oil, which is illegal in the UK, to treat his epilepsy.
BBC research finds just 15 out of 100 of the highest paid senior doctors in Scotland are women.
Health inspectors on a visit to Russells Hall Hospital in Dudley had to intervene "as a matter of urgency".
For the first time in 10 years, global malaria cases are no longer falling, and experts are worried.
MPs say it is "alarming" plans to improve cyber-security after the Wannacry attack have not been agreed.
The monthly injection could be approved for NHS use by next year, experts hope.
Tom Evans and Kate James have again asked for their terminally ill son's life support not to be ended.
England's most senior doctor is told to urgently respond to new data on vaginal mesh surgeries.
The family of mother-of-two Denise Davies agrees a settlement after her death in hospital in 2013.
The first person in the world to receive two facial transplants is recovering in a Paris hospital.
Jérôme Hamon is the first patient to have two facial transplants and says he is doing well.
Does vaginal seeding expose babies to good bacteria or is it too dangerous?
Is the fusion of biology and technology speeding us towards a synthetic future?
Senegal is on track to be declared malaria-free by 2030.
Many families of children with ADHD are offered no training to help them manage their child's condition.
Rhys Sinclair was diagnosed with ADHD when he was seven years old.
Judges said they were "dismayed" by reports of protests outside the hospital treating Alfie Evans.