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Did you take your eye off Twitter during Parliament's recess? Don't worry, here is our roundup of the health-related tweets you might have missed last week:

  • @BBC100women celebrates the 150th birthday of Marie Curie and other inspiring women in science
  • It’s been a busy week in Glasgow with over 5000 delegates discussing the future of health economics
  • Interesting findings by @globalungcancer’s study into symptom awareness and attitudes to lung cancer
  • Don’t ignore the symptoms - moving lessons from a son caring for his mother with lung cancer 
  • Helpful overview of key facts on pneumonia across Europe by @EuropeanLung
  • @richarddstubbs reflects on the history of the stethoscope
  • Jeremy Hunt is becoming a veteran in Theresa May’s cabinet
  • Who owns the heritage of traditional medicine asks @barbaraRmunoz  
  • A study into the top influencers in healthcare on Twitter
  • What could an additional £350m a week buy the NHS? An interactive animation by the Nuffield Trust
  • A video by @RCGP on personalised care for people with long term conditions
  • A list of the most influential women in Brussels

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