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AM calls for new brain tumour treatment to be used in Wales.

Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire Assembly Member Angela Burns used a question to the Cabinet Secretary for Health this week to call for 5-AminoLevulinic Acid, more commonly referred to as 5-ALA or Pink Drink, to be used by surgeons treating Brain Tumours in South Wales.

A warm welcome for Wales’ Invictus Athletes

Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire Assembly Member Angela Burns, last week joined invited guests and fellow Assembly Members to welcome the six welsh based athletes home from the 2018 Invictus Games which were held in Sydney.

Conservatives join forces to deliver S4C building for Carmarthen

Carmarthen West’s  Assembly Member and Member of Parliament Angela Burns and Simon Hart, joined Welsh Conservative Assembly Group leader, Paul Davies and Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Rt Hon Jeremy Wright MP at the opening of S4C’s new headquarters in Carmarthen on Thur

Assembly Member meets with Farming Unions to discuss Brexit Plans

Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire Assembly Member Angela Burns participated in two meetings last week to discuss the NFU and FUW proposals for how agricultural policy in Wales needs to change with the advent of the UK leaving the European Union next March.

Mobile Cancer Vans backed by Local Assembly Member.

Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire Assembly Member and Shadow Health Secretary Angela Burns AM visited the world’s largest Mobile Cancer unit last week during it’s opening by the Princess Royal.

Sepsis Day

Earlier this month, I took part in World Sepsis Day. For years now, my Welsh Conservative colleagues and I have been fighting tirelessly to raise awareness of this terrible disease.

Comment on today's health board announcement.

Assembly Member Angela Burns has reacted with concern and a degree of despair following the announcement of the findings of the public consultation into West Wales Health Services.

Angela Burns September Western Mail Column

Earlier this month, I took part in World Sepsis Day. For years now, my Welsh Conservative colleagues and I have been fighting tirelessly to raise awareness of this terrible disease.