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November is lung cancer awareness month.

Lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women in Scotland with over 5,000 new case diagnosed each year.

If you have had a cough for three weeks it's worth getting it checked out with your G.P. Chances are it's nothing to worry about but it could be a sign of lung cancer. For more information visit:

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Macmillan nurse Louise Shakespeare is to scale back her role this month after 24 years of community service in Caithness.

NHS Highland is to add the Virgin Money giving site on its donation page, making giving money to the board’s endowment funds and other charities a simple one click operation.
The Scottish Government is providing Health and Social Care Partnerships (HSCPs) across Scotland with a source of funding over the next 3 years through the Integrated Care Fund (ICF).  The Government has highlighted that this funding should be used by HSCPs to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals through: a more preventative approach to healthcare, supporting adults who may have more than one health condition and ensuring that the appropriate care is provided to tackle inequalities.