Health Headlines: Missed cancer, Commissioning Board and kids' fever

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Missed cancer - The Daily Mail
A quarter of cancer sufferers are being sent away by GPs with their early warning signs dismissed as minor ailments, a study reveals today.
1 in 4 cancer cases missed: GPs send away alarming number of patients, delaying vital treatment

Commissioning Board power - The Financial Times
Andrew Lansley, the health secretary, and the new NHS commissioning board will be left with far too many powers under the coalition’s health reforms, according to the British Medical Association.
BMA attacks planned curbs on GP power

Fever in children - The Daily Telegraph
Parents should not give children with a mild fever regular paracetamol and ibuprofen, the American Academy of Paediatrics has said.
Parents warned against giving paracetamol and ibuprofen for mild fever

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