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Eradication by 2020.

In endemic countries, millions of people bear avoidable health difficulties that can be effectively treated with the appropriate healthcare that modernised countries have access to. Suffrage amongst developing countries ranges from a lack of clean water supply to infectious diseases and malnutrition. 452 more words


Orlando Recovery Center: B Block

ORC B-Block was the eating disorder unit at the rehab I went to last summer. It was a small, segregated wing (about 8 people), set off from the main rehab population of, probably, 50-60 people. 297 more words


I Work SOOO Hard at Being The Nice Girl...

Some days, though. I can’t even, for the most part.

Yesterday was one of those days. I woke up, thinking it was Saturday, but it was Wednesday. 486 more words

Saskatoon mother of butterfly baby calling for expanded health coverage

The Saskatoon mother of a baby with a rare skin condition wants the Saskatchewan government to fully cover the cost of medical supplies for his painful wounds. 327 more words


CMS Proposes Higher Performance Standards for Year 3 of MACRA Quality Payment Program, Significant Changes to Part B Coding Requirements

On July 12, 2018, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a proposed rule detailing the payment updates and policy proposals for the Medicare Part B Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) and the Quality Payment Program (QPP) under the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA). 4,346 more words

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Competitive Analysis on Transcutaneous Oxygen Market 2018: Perimed AB, Sentec, Philips, Medicap and Radiometer

The research report entitled Global Transcutaneous Oxygen Market 2018 presents an in-depth and professional analysis of the Transcutaneous Oxygen Market also defines the current market trend, size, growth rate and classification of the industry by Products Type, Application, Transcutaneous Oxygen Key Players, Key Regions and so on. 658 more words

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Cuba's Biopharmaceutical Industry Develops over 400 Projects

Havana, Jul 18 (Prensa Latina) Several research projects are developed by the Cuban biopharmaceutical industry, including those aimed at preventing and treating neurodegenerative diseases, cardiovascular diseases and cancer, according to officials from the sector. 192 more words

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