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12/11/2012

Mark Jordan investigates how some child cancer patients are being denied lifesaving treatment because they live on the wrong side of the NHS postcode lottery. Paul Carter finds out why London's rental market is failing people with disabilities. And - Richard Daniel lifts the lid on the hidden world of reptile traders.

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29 minutes

Last on

Mon 12 Nov 2012 19:30
BBC One London

Reptile traders under scrutiny

Reptile traders under scrutiny

There are around one million pet reptiles and amphibians in the UK.

 

But reptile traders have come under increasing scrutiny from animal campaigners who want to shut down animal shows and stop reptiles being traded as pets.

 

Watch a video feature on the BBC News website.

Child cancer drug 'postcode lottery'

Child cancer drug 'postcode lottery'

A "postcode lottery" is seeing some children denied a life-saving cancer treatment merely because of where they live.

Doctors in Germany and the US are pioneering a new antibody treatment for neuroblastoma, one of the deadliest forms of childhood cancer.

Read the full story on the BBC News website.

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterMatthew Wright
Series ProducerAndy Richards
ReporterMark Jordan
ReporterPaul Carter

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