Prevent HIV by one injection

It’s a ritual. For thirty-three years, the 1is December is World AIDS Day. But this year, one pandemic is chasing another. To the point that UNAIDS was worried last week, …

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Covid-19: five questions on the use of midazolam and Rivotril in nursing homes

The France 3 magazine “Pièces à conviction” devoted its last issue on Wednesday November 18 to the situation of nursing homes particularly affected by the Covid-19 epidemic. In a short …

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Catalyst pandemic | The Herald

Medical education is organized into study plans that are structured around long periods of reflection and analysis. In them, aspects of the profession that are considered scientifically, socially and culturally …

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Karine Lacombe: “We should not relive the situation we experienced in March and April”

She is certainly on the lookout, attentive to the rapid evolution of the situation, but we feel Professor Karine Lacombe at ease behind her desk, the window wide open. “We’re …

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Good kisses from Guyana (with a mask)

At the age of 27, in order to get a change of scenery and to leave the hospitals of the metropolis for a while, Arthur (1) had chosen a medical …

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Cured Covid-19: “As if you were touching your marrow with a trowel”

They drooled. Sweat. Coughed. Sometimes kept a log of their symptoms. They managed their fear or considered making a will. But they survived. With or without antibiotics. With or without …

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Coronavirus: what are the implications for cancer patients?

Grandstand. With the coronavirus, we are living much more than a health crisis. It is also a test of resistance for our health systems, even for the countries considered as …

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Diary of a doctor in Ehpad: “In the night, unexpected death is hard”

On the front line with the elderly, Jean-Paul Duplan, 69, is the coordinating doctor of two accommodation establishments for dependent elderly people (Ehpad) in the department of Essonne. For request …

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