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in the American College of Physicians' Annals of Internal Medicine gives us an idea of how challenging it will be for medical facilities to care for Ebola patients in North America.
Let's get a bit of background first.
In searching for information on Ebola, I happened to find this rather old (1995) article
on the transmission of Ebola (Zaire), the species of Ebola that is responsible for the current outbreak in Africa and the cases in North America. The article by Dr. N Jaax, a veterinarian and his
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An interesting commentary
by the Centre for Infectious Disease Research and Policy in mid-September may help explain how Ebola really spreads.
The authors, Lisa M. Brosseau and Rachel Jones note that it is critical that health care
Le syndrome post-polio peut prendre la forme de fatigue accrue, de nouvelles faiblesses musculaires et de nouvelles douleurs.
Dre Christiane Laberge, médecin généraliste et chroniqueuse télé, explique ce syndrome mal connu.
Des milliers de
Do people who had polio get it again? Is there any help?
Dr Christiane Laberge, GP and television medical commentator explains this little-known syndrome.
Thousands of Quebecers who contracted polio are at risk of developing Post-Polio Syndrome, or may already suffer from it
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