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Reevaluating Medical Facilitators - by: Global Health and Travel,Global Health and Travel


Do medical facilitators add any value to the healthcare travel industry in an age of easy access to information and when hospitals are making international outreach efforts? PlacidWay makes a big diff...

Flu Vaccine Linked To a Rare Sleep Disorder in Children - by: Reuters,Health24


The swine flu shot from GlaxoSmithKline's called Pandemrix has been linked to cases of narcolepsy in children, a rare sleep disorder. The scientific study in England confirms similar findings thro...

South Korea: Medical Tourism Destination for Arabs - by: by Kwon Tae-kyun ,Korea JoongAng Daily


South Korea, a country rather unknown to the people of the United Arab Emirates, is coming closer to the Middle East as the number of Arabs visiting the country as medical travelers is increasing. ...

Canadians: Big Spending on Medical Tourism - by: Keith Gerein,Edmonton Journal


Canadians seeking stem-cell treatment abroad for various illnesses are among the major groups feeding the growth in unproven and expensive such therapies offered at private clinics around the world, a...

A 20 percent Drop in Cancer Death Rates Over Last Two Decades - by: Denise Mann,WebMD


Cancer death rates peaked 20 years ago, and have fallen since by 20% according to the latest statistics from the American Cancer Society. This means that 1.2 million lives were spared from 1991 to ...

Stem Cell Transplant Improves Motor Functions in Monkeys with Parkinson Disease - by: Dave Andrusko,National Right To Life News.org - NEWS TODAY


The improvement was called “a small but hopeful step,” but had the improvement in monkeys with Parkinson’s been the result of the infusion of embryonic stem cells rather than adul...

Diabetes Rates Soaring in USA - by: Steven Reinberg,HealthDay Reporter


A stunning new federal report reveals just how bad the obesity-linked type 2 diabetes epidemic in the United States has become, with rates of the often-preventable disease hitting record highs. ...

Breakthrough Of Over 2000 Cases Of Gamma Knife Radiosurgery - by: CNUHH Staff,Chonnam National University


Confirmed as a safe procedure with few side effects following treatment for brain disorders. Patient satisfaction enhanced by implementing the most advanced ‘Gamma Knife Perfexion’ surg...

DNA Mapping Of Alzheimer's Patients Gives Deep Dive View - by: Michelle Fay Cortez ,Bloomberg.com


Over the past 18 months, 81-year-old Bill Bunnell has visited the doctor a half-dozen times to take memory tests, provide blood samples, and undergo a spinal tap and imaging scans. It’s all p...

Study IDs Risk Factors For Fatal MRSA - by: Charles Bankhead, MedPage Today,MedPageToday.com


The risk of death from methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) bacteremia increased significantly with age, nursing home residence, and organ impairment, according to a retrospective rev...

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