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Family's legal bid as blood clots killed man after Covid jab

Jack Hurn was just starting his life with his partner A man's life was tragically cut short after he died from blood clots following an AstraZeneca Covid-19 jab. His devastated family are now wanting to take legal action after he died two weeks after receiving his vaccine. Jack Hurn, from Redditch, received his first dose of the vaccine at a Dudley centre on May 29 last year, reports our neighbouring county site Coventry Live.

leicestermercury.co.uk ,  1 day ago 3
Family's legal bid as blood clots killed man after Covid jab

Heartbroken family of man take legal action after he died of blood clots two weeks after getting AstraZeneca jab

Jack Hurn had just bought his first home with his partner, and was planning on proposing to her The devastated family of man who died of blood clots weeks after getting the AstraZeneca jab are taking legal action. Jack Hurn received his first dose of the vaccine on May 29 last year.

stokesentinel.co.uk ,  3 days ago 3
Heartbroken family of man take legal action after he died of blood clots two weeks after getting AstraZeneca jab

Devon man, 26, died of blood clots on brain after AstraZeneca jab

Doctors described Jack Hurn as having “catastrophic” blood clots on the brain An inquest is to be held next week into the death of a 26-year-old Devon man who suddenly died after developing blood clots on the brain less than two weeks later being given the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine.

devonlive.com ,  4 days ago 185
Devon man, 26, died of blood clots on brain after AstraZeneca jab

Eric Clapton, 76, who slammed Covid vaccine rollout as 'mass formation hypnosis', cancels shows after testing positive for coronavirus

Eric Clapton, 76, has cancelled shows in Zurich and Milan after catching Covid Clapton slammed vaccine rollout as 'mass formation hypnosis' earlier this year Rocker is believed to have been fully jabbed but caught virus at show in London Anti-vaxxer Eric Clapton has been forced to cancel part of his European tour after contracting the virus while performing in London.

dailymail.co.uk ,  4 days ago 0
Eric Clapton, 76, who slammed Covid vaccine rollout as 'mass formation hypnosis', cancels shows after testing positive for coronavirus

Graduate 'died from blood clots' after AstraZeneca Covid jab

A GRADUATE who was given the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine died less than two weeks later after developing blood clots on the brain, a lawyer has claimed. Automotive design graduate Jack Hurn, aged 26, received the first dose of the jab on May 29 last year after he and his girlfriend were told there was none of the alternative Pfizer vaccine available at Revival Fires vaccine hub in Wolverhampton Street, Dudley.

dudleynews.co.uk ,  4 days ago 12
Graduate 'died from blood clots' after AstraZeneca Covid jab

Family set to take legal action over death of son, 26, who died from 'catastrophic' blood clots two weeks after he received AstraZeneca Covid jab 'having been told there were no Pfizer vaccines available that day'

Jack Hurn, from Redditch, died two weeks after he received an AstraZeneca jab The 26-year-old suffered 'catastrophic' blood clots on his brain in June last year He allegedly asked staff about an alternative jab, such as Pfizer, due to concerns that under-30s should get an alternative to the AstraZeneca vaccine

dailymail.co.uk ,  4 days ago 47
Family set to take legal action over death of son, 26, who died from 'catastrophic' blood clots two weeks after he received AstraZeneca Covid jab 'having been told there were no Pfizer vaccines available that day'

Lung cancer patients to get new drug which can double life-expectancy

It means people with aggressive lung cancer can see their life expectancy go from two and half to five years Hundreds of people with a form of the most common form of lung cancer could survive twice as long with the disease, thanks to a drug now available on the NHS.

hertfordshiremercury.co.uk ,  7 days ago 3
Lung cancer patients to get new drug which can double life-expectancy

Lung cancer patients could survive twice as long after NHS approves ‘pioneering’ drug

Around 550 patients a year with an advanced form of the disease will benefit from the treatment Lung cancer patients could survive twice as long after a “pioneering” drug was approved on the NHS. Around 550 patients a year with advanced non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) who have already undergone both chemotherapy and radiotherapy will benefit from the new treatment.

telegraph.co.uk ,  8 days ago 21
Lung cancer patients could survive twice as long after NHS approves ‘pioneering’ drug

Baby drowned in three inches of bathwater after mum suffers reaction to Covid jab

Lawyer Louise Atkinson blacked out as she bathed nine-month-old Eleanor, nicknamed Ellie, the day after receiving her first Astrazeneca jab - her husband James came home to find Ellie turning blue and his wife on the floor A baby died after drowning in three inches of bathwater when her mum fainted after having an adverse reaction to the Covid jab, an inquest heard.

mirror.co.uk ,  8 days ago 1479
Baby drowned in three inches of bathwater after mum suffers reaction to Covid jab

Hope for heart attack patients as scientists use stem cells to repair damaged organ in pigs

Scientists from drug firm AstraZeneca involved in developing new treatment Involves human ventricular progenitor cells - which turn into specialised cells Scientists hope to start clinical studies in humans within the next two years Survivors of heart attacks could have better life expectancy as scientists have developed a new treatment that can mend damaged heart tissue.

dailymail.co.uk ,  8 days ago 0
Hope for heart attack patients as scientists use stem cells to repair damaged organ in pigs

North Korea: 'First' Covid cases prompt strict national lockdown

North Korea has ordered a strict national lockdown after confirming its first official Covid infections. State media have reported an Omicron outbreak in the capital, Pyongyang, but did not state the number of cases. North Korea has rejected any kind of vaccine programme, even when offered a supply by other countries.

bbc.com ,  9 days ago 1
North Korea: 'First' Covid cases prompt strict national lockdown

Redbridge college's careers support for students gets recognition

New City College Redbridge has received an award for the career support it offers students. It won college of the year at a national awards ceremony hosted by social mobility charity Career Ready. The college was recognised for excellence in implementing the charity's employability programme. This includes mentoring from local employers, paid internships, skills masterclasses, networking and workplace visits to businesses.

ilfordrecorder.co.uk ,  10 days ago 0
Redbridge college's careers support for students gets recognition

Emergent's Covid vaccine problems more extensive than previously known

The manufacturing and quality issues that led to the Biden administration canceling a $628 million Covid-19 vaccine contract with Emergent Biosolutions were more extensive than previously understood, according to an investigation by the key pandemic oversight congressional committee. Millions more AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson vaccines — 400 million in total — were destroyed as a result of the lack of standards at Emergent’s Bayview facility in Baltimore, the committee found.

msn.com ,  11 days ago 1
Emergent's Covid vaccine problems more extensive than previously known

Questor: tobacco stocks are an ideal investment even if inflation wrecks the economy

Questor share tip: smokers are very tolerant of higher prices and BAT is benefitting Investors who run strict screens for ethical, social and governance standards will despair. Of the top 10 performers in the FTSE 100 index in 2022 at the time of writing, two are oil producers, three are miners, one is a weapons manufacturer and one a cigarette giant in the form of British American Tobacco.

telegraph.co.uk ,  11 days ago 3
Questor: tobacco stocks are an ideal investment even if inflation wrecks the economy

Fourth Covid jab can give higher immunity than initial booster, study finds

UK-based team finds antibodies peaked higher after fourth jab given after gap of more than six months than after third A fourth dose of a Covid vaccine can ramp up the body’s immune defences beyond the peak achieved after a third dose, research suggests. A second booster – often a fourth dose of a Covid vaccine – is currently offered in the UK to those aged 75 or over, people living in care homes for older people, and those over the age of 12 who are immunosuppressed.

theguardian.com ,  11 days ago 6
Fourth Covid jab can give higher immunity than initial booster, study finds

Milestone for kidney patients with new drug to be made available in Scotland

The first new treatment in almost 20 years for chronic kidney disease is to be made available on the NHS in Scotland, in what has been hailed as an “important milestone”. The Scottish Medicines Consortium approved dapagliflozin, sold under the brand name Forxiga, for use by the NHS.

scotsman.com ,  12 days ago 0
Milestone for kidney patients with new drug to be made available in Scotland