WHO launches first ever global hepatitis report
5 days ago - By Healio
AMSTERDAM - While progress has been made in the global burden of hepatitis, there is still much to be done to achieve eradication by 2030, according to WHO, which released its first ever global hepatitis report at the International Liver Congress.“We are in the era of elimination,” Gottfried Hirnschall, MD, MPH, director of department of HIV and global hepatitis program, WHO, said during a press conference. “The hepatitis train has left the station.... We still have a long way to go. We have to push forward and push forward dynamically. And we have to do it together.”
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First-ever communication App launched for immobilized patients
6 days ago - By News Medical
A team of young international tech entrepreneurs with the support of hospitals in France, Luxembourg and Switzerland launched the first and only communication App dedicated to people with severe physical disabilities.
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