Health Headlines: Organ donation, breast cancer, elderly care funding

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Organ donation - BBC
The BMA's annual representative meeting in Cardiff will discuss today whether presumed consent for organ donation could undermine patients' trust in the profession.
Doctors to debate opting out of organ donation

Breast cancer - Daily Mail
Spending three hours a day in the sun can cut breast cancer risk by boosting vitamin D levels, researchers have found.
Three hours in the sun a day 'can halve breast cancer risk'

Care of elderly - The Guardian
Plans to force people who can afford it to pay for their own care in old age could fail because fewer than 1 in 10 people in Britain have put money aside for this.
Very few save for old age care - survey


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