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Mental Health Package Regrettably Undervalues the Role of the GP

AMA President, Dr Mukesh Haikerwal, said today the Government must make changes to its mental health package// if it is to be truly effective in meeting the needs of people with mental illness. Details of the package were announced today by the Prime Minister, and the AMA welcomes the Governme...

Embryonic Stem Cell Research Executive Order Places Politics Ahead of Science, Says Michigan Catholic Conference

...e order to be issued by President Obama that permits federal taxpayer funding of embryonic stem cell research: "President Obama's executive order regrettably places ideology and political posturing ahead of proven scientific therapeutic advancements. There are endless studies and stories of patients who ha...

President's 2010 Budget Request Strongly Supports VA Programs

...al expansion in health care enrollment that this would support will open hospital and clinic doors to more than 500,000 Veterans by 2013 who have been regrettably excluded from VA medical care benefits since 2003. The 2010 budget request provides the resources to achieve this level of service while maintaining ...

ACP commends Congress for including health care reform in economic stimulus legislation

...ary care is consistently associated with better outcomes and lower costs of care, but there is a growing shortage of primary care doctors. The Senate regrettably left funding for primary care out of its bill." 4. Include funding to help low-income unemployed persons keep their COBRA or enroll in Medicaid. Dr....

Nine Year Ban Fails to Eradicate Asbestos Related Diseases

... problem up to 40 years later. We can offer free initial advice, and confidentially help victims decide if a claim for compensation is possible. regrettably we can't undo the damage to victims' health, but we can take legal steps to ensure that family circumstances are appropriately compensated for future ...

Diabetes Threat Greater Than Feared

...nd 39 percent between 2000 and 2030. In Canada, for example, diabetes prevalence was supposed to grow 65 percent between 1995 and 2030. "I regrettably have to confess that this did not surprise me," said Larry Deeb, president of medicine and science at ADA. "Every estimate I have ever seen for ...
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Eastern Pacific tuna hang in the balance

...us binding resolutions is proving impossible in the IATTC. In the absence of consensus, the default is not a ban on fishing, but an unmanaged fishery. regrettably for the fish and for the people and businesses that depend on them, the impending ecological and economic disaster of a tuna collapse will not wait fo...
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