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    Date de mise en ligne : Lundi 27 février 2017
    Scott A Murray, M Kendall, G Mitchell, S Moine, J Amblas–Novellas, K Boyd
    Palliative care from diagnosis to death
    Many people still associate palliative care with care in the terminal stage of cancer, and patients with cancer remain more likely to receive it than those with other illnesses.1 It is often delayed...


    Date de mise en ligne : Lundi 27 février 2017

    WHO calls for more funds to tackle crisis in Yemen
    The World Health Organization has made an urgent plea for funding to help its response to the crisis in Yemen.Nevio Zagaria, WHO’s acting representative in Yemen, said that last year WHO received...


    Date de mise en ligne : Lundi 27 février 2017
    Michael McCarthy
    California considers plan to replace Obamacare
    Two California state senators have introduced legislation to establish a universal, single payer healthcare insurance program that would cover all of the state’s residents—including immigrants...


    Date de mise en ligne : Lundi 27 février 2017
    Diego Garcia-Borreguero, Irene Cano-Pumarega
    New concepts in the management of restless legs syndrome
    Restless legs syndrome (RLS), also known as Willis-Ekbom disease (WED) is a neurological condition with an overall prevalence in adults of 5-10% in Europe and North America. It is characterised by...


    Date de mise en ligne : Lundi 27 février 2017
    Chris van Weel, Ryuki Kassai
    Expanding primary care in South and East Asia
    More than 60% of the world population live in Asia, with substantial numbers in very deprived socioeconomic conditions. The heterogeneity between the countries of the region is reflected in their...


    Date de mise en ligne : Lundi 27 février 2017
    Gareth Iacobucci
    MPs urge government to stop “bickering” with NHS leaders and solve funding crisis
    An influential committee of MPs has urged the government to stop “bickering in public” with NHS leaders over the funding of the health service in England and provide an honest assessment of how...