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Is Age Discrimination Acceptable?

When the coronavirus overwhelmed Italy’s health-care system, a working group of the Italian Society of Anesthesia, Analgesia, Resuscitation, and Intensive Care reluctantly supported rationing by age. They were right to do so. more

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Klaiki trimečio berniuko ateitis valdininkų nesujaudino

Kauniečių šeimoje augantis Bernardas šiuo metu atrodo kaip sveikas vaikas. Jis tik dažniau nei jo bendraamžiai pargriūva ir sunkiai atsistoja be pagalbos, jam sunku lakstyti, lipti laiptais. Trejų metų berniukas serga itin reta liga, dėl kurios nyksta raumenys. Gera žinia, … Tęsti skaitymą

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The Extraordinary Decisions Facing Italian Doctors

Today, Italy has 10,149 cases of the coronavirus. There are now simply too many patients for each one of them to receive adequate care. Doctors and nurses are unable to tend to everybody. They lack machines to ventilate all those … Tęsti skaitymą

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Report: Pharma exec says he had ‘moral requirement’ to raise drug price 400%

A pharmaceutical company executive defended his company’s recent 400% drug price increase, telling the Financial Times that his company had a „moral requirement to sell the product at the highest price.“ more

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Information technology holds promise for advancing healthcare

It is known as „Health IT,“ an idea that promises to use information technology to cut medical errors, avoid unnecessary tests and procedures and identify better treatments. The Obama administration is betting that $19 billion of the economic stimulus package … Tęsti skaitymą

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Call for end to drug firms` gifts

Medical experts are calling for drug industry representatives to stop giving gifts to doctors, the BBC has learned. The industry’s current code of practice allows drug companies to give small promotional gifts that are relevant to doctors’ work, such as … Tęsti skaitymą

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Why do we protect the moral convictions of only some health workers?

Two of the most pitched battles over reproductive rights in America right now turn on whether health workers can be forced to provide medical services or information to which they ethically or professionally object. But as we learn from these … Tęsti skaitymą

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Doctors’ report claims: ‘We no longer have free health care’

Increasing numbers of patients are paying for private „top-up“ treatments alongside NHS care, meaning the health service is no longer free, a report by leading doctors warns today. The doctors have written to all three main political parties, and the … Tęsti skaitymą

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Mental Health Bill „has balance“

The government’s Mental Health Bill strikes the „right balance“ between patient safeguards and protecting the public, the health secretary has said. „The bill would enable a patient who is detained in hospital to be released under supervised community treatment, enabling … Tęsti skaitymą

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Drug-resistant TB strain raises ethical dilemma

Robert Daniels has been locked up indefinitely, perhaps for the rest of his life, since last July. County health authorities obtained a court order to lock him up as a danger to the public because he failed to take precautions … Tęsti skaitymą

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