National media briefing: BPAS and Marie Stopes, the British Heart Foundation, the Rarer Cancers Foundation

Charities in today's national news

National media briefing
National media briefing

Conservative MP Nadine Dorries has said the British Pregnancy Advisory Service and Marie Stopes have a financial conflict of interest in advising women seeking terminations because they are paid for the procedures they carry out.
See The Independent for full story

A new study has concluded that eating lots of chocolate could reduce the risk of coronary heart disease and stroke, but the British Heart Foundation has warned there are better ways to protect the heart.
See BBC News for full story

Comedian David Walliams is to swim the entire length of the River Thames – which measures 140 miles – in aid of Sport Relief.
See The Sun for full story

Research carried out by the Rarer Cancers Foundation has shown that people in England are much more likely to get drugs that their doctors think might work for them than patients living in Scotland or Wales.
See The Guardian for full story

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