Jessica Cochrane

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Throughout the world some 40 lay associations are in the business of enabling patients with epilepsy to come to an understanding of their condition. This article aims to present the bones of this collective experience by detailing the positive outcomes that can be achieved for patients, for health professionals and for society in general, if patient(More)
Recognizing the central role of echocardiographic examinations in the assessment of most cardiac disorders and the need to ensure the provision of these services in a highly reliable, timely, economical and safe manner, the Canadian Cardiovascular Society and Canadian Society of Echocardiography undertook a comprehensive review of all aspects influencing(More)
The advent of new antiretroviral medicines means that the effects of HIV can now be curbed, but only one in twenty infected people have so far benefited. For those living in developing countries, the new treatments are practically unattainable. Governments, UNAIDS and pharmaceutical companies recognise this only too well and have rethought established(More)
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