In this issue
Inspiring the next generation
New art for cancer centre
Summer school success
Staff brave Dragons’ Den
Two minutes with...our post room
Help assess our care environment
Have your say
Mind and body
Enthusiastic volunteers wanted
Physiotherapist conquers world's toughest sea swim
Guy’s and St Thomas’ lottery launched
Friends and Family Test – July
Lammy award success
Trust toolkit wins national award
Miracle Mia
Life changing eczema treatment
Supporting men with Klinefelter’s syndrome
1 October – Older People’s Day
19 October – Low Vision Day
21 October – Inspiring Youth Conference
Supporting men with Klinefelter’s syndrome

The Guardian reported that Guy’s Hospital is running the first clinic in the UK to deal solely with Klinefelter’s syndrome.


The condition occurs when men are born with an extra X chromosome. It is a common condition that can cause male infertility but it often goes untreated.


Mr Tet Yap, consultant urologist, says: “Most men are only diagnosed when they struggle to conceive. This will be when they are in their 30s or older. And then they are often told they are totally infertile, which can be false information and devastating to receive.”