The Etymology of Medical Terms 3

                    CANCER            Cancer is one of the most talked about and most devastating diseases affecting man. Even today it causes fear, and is  occasionally referred to as the big C. with the euphemism”after a long illness” still sometimes used in obituaries. However,…

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The Etymology of Medical Terms 3

The Etymology of Medical Terms 3.

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Physiotherapy and the crisis by Jose Mingorance Rubiño

                      So far all the posts have mainly been from doctors.  with health librarians and one pharmacist also contributing. But today, we have another important perspective  adding to my intention to try to paint the picture of the current health service in the Balearic Islands….

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Physiotherapy and the crisis by Jose Mingorance Rubiño

Physiotherapy and the crisis by Jose Mingorance Rubiño.

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“English is the universal language of Medicine”

The prestigious professor Jonathan McFarland will give sessions of specialist English in the Col.legi de Metges de Illes Balears ( College of Doctors Balearic Islands).             Professor Jonathan McFarland is a prestigious teacher with more than 20 years of experience in teaching English. For the last decade he has been…

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“English is the universal language of Medicine”

“English is the universal language of Medicine”.

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