"My disability does not define who I am"

David Sunnucks is a clinically hearing impaired lecturer in medical and anatomical sciences here at St George’s. David talks about his career thus far, how he got into medicine and how he managed to overcome the barriers he has faced in the profession as a result of his condition.

When did you first realise that you wanted to be a Doctor?

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Patients with learning disabilities less likely to be diagnosed with cancer

Coronary heart disease and cancer rates among people with learning disabilities are nearly a third lower than the general population, says new research.

12 April 2016