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Chefarzt für Unfallchirurgie und Orthopädie (m/w/d)
Trauma Surgery in Niedersachsen Metropolregion
Sie erhalten eine leistungsorientierte Vergütung sowie umfangreiche Arbeitgeberleistungen; alle Schulformen sind vor Ort.
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Study identifies how Epstein-Barr virus triggers multiple sclerosis

A new study found that part of the Epstein-Barr virus mimics a protein made in the brain and spinal cord, leading the immune system to mistakenly attack the body’s nerve cells. Scientists have long suspected - but failed to prove - a link between certain viral infections and the development of multiple sclerosis, a crippling autoimmune disease that affects nearly 1 million Americans.
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Medicine shortages go beyond antibiotics, as global crisis hits home

Cough medicines, antivirals among items in short supply
Medicine shortages are now impacting almost all classes of pharmaceuticals and the situation will drag into the new year, according to a medicine distributor and industry expert.
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Why has it been challenging for the NHS to universally implement electronic patient records?

An HSJ roundtable in association with HCI Group considered why universal EPR coverage has been an elusive goal for so long. Read the detailed report of the roundtable here
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More money is a must, but health-care delivery also needs a major rethink, doctors say

The way health care is delivered in Canada also needs to change
Doctors say the pandemic broke a health-care system already functioning at full capacity. As the premiers and the federal government continue to battle over health-care funding, leading doctors and experts say that while more government money is needed, the way health care is delivered in Canada also needs to change.
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Study identifies how Epstein-Barr virus triggers multiple sclerosis

A new study found that part of the Epstein-Barr virus mimics a protein made in the brain and spinal cord, leading the immune system to mistakenly attack the body’s nerve cells. Scientists have long suspected - but failed to prove - a link between certain viral infections and the development of multiple sclerosis, a crippling autoimmune disease that affects nearly 1 million Americans.
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