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British Columbia Has The Best Health Record

...hat Canada's health-care system needs to be either rebuilt or changed altogether. Canada ranks only at 14th when compared to 24 other industrialized nations, with Japan taking the top slot. In terms of the prevalence if AIDS, Canada scored quite well for its low rates, even though the same could not be said ...

Majority Of People In US Seek Essential Changes In Health Care System

...re likely to say the system needs to be completely rebuilt compared to those reporting no serious problems. Forty-three percent of those who had experienced a medical error in the past two years said the system needs to be rebuilt, compared with 27 percent of those who did not experience a medical error. A...

Stem Cells In Brain Have Potential For Sensing Damage And To Repair

...ensed in the region, these cells had, mediated and rebuilt the ventricular wall lining and succeeded in establishing a modified neural stem cell environment. The scientists have still not deciphered the precise mechanism by which the stem cells carried out the response. "The holes that had formed in the ...

Surgeons Perform Nasal Reconstruction for War Veteran Using His Own Body Parts

..., turned around clockwise, and laid over the newly rebuilt nose. The outer skin covering was left attached to the center spot of the forehead, right between Fletchers eyes, for six weeks to secure its blood supply during recovery. While attached, the forehead flap was covered with a protective bandage to ...

Hurricane Katrina Still Wrecking Lives - More So With Blacks

...g New Orleans. Eighty-six percent worried that the rebuilt levees will not be strong enough to withstand another hurricane and fewer than 10 percent thought government officials were prepared to deal with the next big hurricane. In 2006, the nonprofit research organization Rand Corporation estimated fewer ...

Doctors Remove Tumour from Heart in a Rare Surgery

...rdinated the surgery, said the patient's atria was rebuilt with his own pericardium, the outer covering of the heart, creating passive, bag-like receptacles to channel blood returning from the lungs into the ventricles, the heart's main pumping chambers. "The newly constructed heart is responding to the t...

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