Glioblastoma – Diffuse guerilla war by Dr Paloma Jimenez Arribas

Today I was lucky to attend a very interesting presentation by Dr Paloma Jimenez Arribas, a 3rd year Neurosurgery resident at Son Espases Hospital in Palma, about Glioblastoma, a very nasty and particularly aggressive brain tumour. As it was the tumour that killed my mother I was very interested to see the presentation, which compared the…

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Henning Mankell: the importance of cancer research ( A Guardian article)

                Following his first round of chemotherapy, the Wallander author contemplates the medical professionals whose work has allowed some hopeful cancer sufferers moments of quiet contentment Henning Mankell The Guardian, Thursday 22 May 2014 ‘There are no guarantees where cancer is concerned, of course – but when in…

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Denial in cancer patients by Raquel Rodriguez Quintana

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An Introduction to the Virtual Health Sciences Library of the Balearic Islands

Introduction to virtual health sciences library of the balearic islands from Jonathan McFarland

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Doc to Doc Forum in BMJ

      The BMJ is one of the journals that I use the most when looking for interesting and relevant articles to use in my sessions and classes with Doctors and medical professionals. Normally I choose articles from the blogs, which are useful in bringing up a topic or opening a debate. I very…

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