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Abortion Story Changed Medicine Forever

This One Abortion Story Changed Medicine Forever, But Pro-Lifers Hardly Talk About It March 28, 2024 The growing use of aborted fetal cell lines in medical research has been largely ignored by Catholics and the pro-life movement. By Dr. Alan Moy and Jay  Kamath Editor’s

COVID: “Shocking” impact of church lockdowns revealed

by Catholic Union05/12/2023 The impact of closing churches and other places of worship during the Covid-19 pandemic has been revealed in a major new study. A survey carried out by the Catholic Union found that 62 percent of people said that their physical or mental health had been

How COVID Changed the Face of Medicine

Barbara Golder, MD, JD View all authors and affiliationsVolume 90, Issue 4 https://doi.org/10.1177/0024363923119866 PDF / ePub Cite article Share options Information, rights and permissions Metrics and citations Figures and tables During the Covid pandemic, my husband was actively involved in covering practices for physicians in several states. I sometimes traveled

2023 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

Press release 2023-10-02 The Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet has today decided to award the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine jointly to Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman for their discoveries concerning nucleoside base modifications that enabled the development of effective mRNA vaccines against

COVID-19, no longer a public health emergency

5 May 2023 Statement  The WHO Director-General has the pleasure of transmitting the Report of the fifteenth meeting of the International Health Regulations (2005) (IHR) Emergency Committee regarding the coronavirus 2019 disease (COVID-19) pandemic, held on Thursday 4 May 2023, from 12:00 to 17:00 CET. During

Catholic Medical Assoc. member on long COVID

How long covid reshapes the brain — and how we might treat it The good news is that, at least in some patients, long covid’s effects on the brain may not be permanent or progressive Perspective by Wes ElyWes Ely is the co-director of the Critical

Nearly two years after the pandemic began, is the end in sight?

Dr. Thomas W. McGovern February 28, 2022 Shutterstock Are we there yet? Like kids in the back seat during a long family trip, we have each been asking that question regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. But to answer the question, we have to define what “there” means?

Nueva edición del libro “Curar, aliviar, consolar”…

INTRODUCCIÓN A LA CUARTA EDICIÓN Para mi sorpresa las ediciones de este libro se suceden rápidamente y con una agradable reacción por parte de los lectores. El volumen se ha distribuido a personas diversas pero sobre todo a sanitarios, muchos de los cuales no son

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« Covid-19 : revenir à une éducation à la responsabilité »

Président de la Fédération Internationale des Associations de Médecins Catholiques (FIAMC), le docteur Bernard Ars déplore les effets déshumanisants de la crise sanitaire. La pandémie ayant évolué, il convient d’adapter selon lui les politiques de santé en recourant à la responsabilité plutôt qu’à la contrainte.

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COVID: la vacunación de los niños

Vacunación de los niños: cinco razones que hacen dudar a los padres Andrei_R I Shutterstock Mathilde De Robien - publicado el 29/01/22 En Francia, desde el 22 de diciembre, la vacunación contra la Covid-19 está abierta a los niños de 5 a 11 años. Sin embargo, la

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