In case you missed it, BBC2 Newsnight and Radio 5 Live broadcast live from Addenbrooke's Hospital last night to mark the NHS's 75th Birthday, highlighting cutting-edge innovations and ground-breaking research that will continue to benefit patients at Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital.
The evening brought together staff, patients, scientists and politicians to talk about the challenges the NHS faces and looking ahead to the future of the health service.
You can catch up with the BBC2 Newsnight programme in full here:
The hour-long TV programme featured a number of innovations developed at CUH which can benefit the whole of the NHS.
Dr Raj Jena and pioneering AI work with Microsoft to cut waiting times for cancer patients needing radiotherapy treatment.
Professor Jean Abraham and the Personalised Breast Cancer Programme.
Lead Nurse Gemma Czech and the CUH Virtual Ward.
Further innovation was featured by BBC Radio 5 Live including:
Dr Alistair Mackett and the CUE1 device for patients with Parkinson's at 4.30pm
Professor Grant Stewart and robotic surgery at CUH at 6.30pm
You can listen back to the interviews here:
The TV programme also featured a number of staff from Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH), one of our partners, who were in the audience, including the Trust's CEO Roland Sinker.
There will be more celebrations for staff and patients next week to mark the NHS's 75th birthday, including a week-long CUH Arts Festival, where you can find out more about the Creative Engagement work for Cambridge Cancer Research Hospital.