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Do we still have a choice of medical practice?

::: 11/03 - The Society for the Encouragement of National Industry is organising a round table on the theme "Do we still have a choice in our medical practice? "on Wednesday, March 11, at 2pm, in partnership with Alternative Santé, on the occasion of the 4th week of the Mutualité. With more than

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health

The French more than ever attached to their doctors

Against the backdrop of a new day of action by hospital nurses and emergency doctors, the Senate is due to adopt this Tuesday, 11 June, after the National Assembly, the Health Bill put forward by Agnès Buzyn, after having injected several new measures such as the end of the numerus Clausus, the development of hospitals and the creation of a new hospital.

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drug addictions

Addictions : ce que l’on doit changer

Selon une note des services de lutte contre les trafics de stupéfiants, la concentration en THC de la résine de cannabis est passée de 11% à 26,5% en huit ans. D’après les spécialistes, plus sa qualité augmente, plus le risque de développer une maladie psychiatrique est grand et plus l’addiction

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Robot at l'hospital

Robotics, genomics, nano: medicine is changing and no longer has anything to do with what it used to be.

Medicine is changing the landscape. It seems far away this image of the good doctor listening to his patients. Today's doctors have the means to radically change their practice. Genome exploration, predictive medicine, precision medicine, digital avatars, nano-objects, exploration and intervention robots... The doctors of the future, who we can see

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Nobel Peace Prize

Interview with the Nobel Peace Prize laureate: "Justice is sacrificed on the altar of peace; in the end there is neither peace nor justice. »

The Nobel Peace Prize co-winners, Congolese doctor Denis Mukwege and Iraqi Nadia Murad, a survivor of sexual slavery organised by Daesh, received the prestigious prize in Oslo on 10 December. In an interview conducted in Bukavu by Daesh's Democratic Republic of Congo correspondent, Denis Mukwege, who was interviewed in Bukavu, the Democratic Republic of the Congo correspondent for

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cannabis

The French and cannabis: from conviction to openness

« De la condamnation à l’ouverture »: les Français se montrent de plus en plus favorables à une autorisation du cannabis, à condition qu’elle soit strictement régulée par l’État, affirme lundi une enquête de l’Ifop* pour Terra Nova et ECHO Citoyen. De là à imaginer des champs de cannabis dans nos campagnes,

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gold nanoparticles

Gold nanoparticles to make medicines smarter

Scientists at the University of Lincoln in the United Kingdom have developed a new technique to coat gold nanoparticles with a specific protein so that they can be used to address a drug that will target a specific area of the body, such as a cancerous tumour, very precisely. Gold nanoparticles are

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