Mobile Physicians: The modern, the wonderful, and the old-fashion way of patient care~

[Originally Published: May 2013] After caring for our mother (who had Alzheimer’s Disease)  and also our father (who was bedridden and afflicted  with lung, heart, and other ailments ) for almost a decade at home, we  learned about the great advantage of home care by  the use of mobile physicians and mobile home health services. […]

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The Ultimate End-of-Life Plan- How one woman fought the medical establishment and avoided what most Americans fear: prolonged, plugged-in suffering

There is a point when one’s journey leads them to a crossroads and you are faced with the challenge of end-of-life issues. Our parents lived a beautiful and vibrant life. They loved their children unconditionally; they were intelligent and resourceful; they believed in hope, in love, and in God’s miracles.  Our mom suffered with Alzheimer’s […]

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Researchers to develop new diagnostic tools and treatments for people with rare diseases

  A multi-million Euro initiative is bringing together researchers from across the world to develop new diagnostic tools and new treatments for people with rare diseases and to connect research data in this area on a global scale. Rare diseases – while individually uncommon – affect one person in every 17. 80% of rare diseases […]

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