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Chefarzt für Unfallchirurgie und Orthopädie (m/w/d)
Trauma Surgery in Niedersachsen Metropolregion
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“One death is catastrophic enough”: Kenyan men campaign for HPV vaccination

Three men from Siaya county are making it their mission to protect the next generation of girls in their village from cervical cancer. In a village called Ndigwa Siaya, located near the shores of Lake Victoria in Kenya, 54-year-old Moses Opiyo and 67-year-old Joseph Maganda go through a rumpled copy book.

Positive Data for First and Only Treatment Approved for Agitation in Alzheimer Dementia

Recently released positive phase 3 trial data of brexpiprazole (Rexulti) - showed it reduced agitation in Alzheimer dementia significantly in 3 agitation symptoms categories: aggressive behaviors, physically nonaggressive behaviors, and verbally agitated behaviors.

Scots NHS doctors: Rise in patients waiting 24 hours in A&E 'shocking'

The number of people in Scotland who waited 24 hours or more in A&E in the first half of this year was more than 250 times higher than in 2019. Figures obtained by the Royal College of Emergency Medicine said that 3,949 patients spent a day or more in A&E in the six months up to June this year.

Bayer ordered to pay $332 mln in Roundup cancer trial

A California jury on Tuesday found Bayer (BAYGn.DE) liable in a case brought by a man who claimed his cancer was due to exposure to the company's Roundup weed killer, and ordered it to pay $332 million in damages.

Zimbabwe's cholera crisis fuelled by chronic water shortages

For months now, Zimbabwe has been battling to stem the spread of deadly cholera in its cities and villages because the country simply lacks clean water. "If the water comes at all it's often dirty," Regai Chibanda, a 46-year-old father of five from the sprawling township of Chitungwiza, told me.

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