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Needless end of life suffering in Mexico

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24-Oct-14 Tens of thousands of patients with terminal illnesses in Mexico suffer unnecessarily from severe pain and other symptoms, says Human Rights Watch. Although Mexico’s health law explicitly grants people a right to palliative care, the service is offered almost exclusively at large specialist hospitals. [image: Ed Kashi / VII Photo for Human Rights Watch]

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Boost for traditional Thai medical services and herbs

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23-Oct-14 Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health is accelerating the development of traditional Thai medical services, and giving a major boost to the use of Thai herbal remedies combined with modern medicine, in an effort to reduce dependence on imported pharmaceuticals. [image: Orchid Travel]

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More measures expected in China’s healthcare reform

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17-Oct-14 Over the past five years the Chinese government invested USD371 billion on healthcare incentives, but while these measures are important and necessary, they have not yet been sufficient to address all the key issues. One such issue is guiding patient flows to avoid overloading big hospitals. [image: frog healthcare group / design mind]

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