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Getting cataract surgery depends on where you live, a Herald investigation has found.
Diana Sarfati has possibly the toughest job in New Zealand.
"Literally, they couldn't even get the camera into my bowel, the tumour was that big."
Terminally ill woman reveals her chance to fight was taken away from her.
Middlemore Hospital delays are leaving women suffering from endometriosis in daily pain.
"I would be throwing up all the time. I would get migraines. I couldn't eat for days."
Women declined treatment: "We know we can help with surgery, but we don't have capacity."
"As an institution we fitted the definitions which described racism."
The DHB launched a review after the deaths, has hired more staff and expanded capacity.
The much-loved mum of two died after her bowel cancer symptoms were missed.
Six Kiwi babies have died from syphilis passed on in pregnancy - and the toll rises.
One man is so desperate for treatment he's considering moving back to the US.
Clinicians could abuse their power by pushing patients to private practise. So do they?
Kay Billman lived in pain for 18 months because she could not afford private surgery.
Wait times for surgery can be fixed says a former Health Ministry deputy director-general.
This summer we look back at the big stories of the year. This is from October.
Criminologist with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome offered behaviour therapy by psychiatrist.
Georgie Ferris weighed 33kg and was slowly starving to death when she planned her funeral.