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Too busy preparing for the World Cup to focus on Twitter? Here’s our summary of what you might have missed from the world of health: 

  • Curiosity and the prisoner. @Atul_gawande on what equality really means.

  • @vjplested is an oncologist who developed breast cancer. This is what she learned.

  • Is the Government planning a big move on cancer? Our @MBirty is quoted on this @HSJnews story on the potential benefits of a stage of diagnosis target. 

  • An incredible cafe run by teenagers with autism.

  • Physios are for life.

  • Can patients be involved in preclinical research? Interesting blog from @Katherine_JLA).

  • Man's work? Transforming perceptions of men in nursing and midwifery. Interesting reflections by @PaulNVaughan.

  • Disruption shouldn’t necessarily mean dismissal. An interesting blog by @Scastleclarke and Sarah Scobie on GP at Hand.

  • maze to mark #NHS70. Let’s hope it is not a metaphor for how challenging it can be for patients to navigate.

And finally…

  • Follow @birthofNHS to find out how the foundation of the NHS was reported at the time.