Health

Health

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Reuters reported that crisis-stricken Greece owes a total of 1.2 billion euros to multinational pharmaceutical companies, according to the statement of a senior executive...

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Greek state hospital staff has decided to go on a 24-hour strike, starting Wednesday, May 20. They also participated in a rally that took place...

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The financial and managerial inspection of all hospitals, regulated entities and individuals who undertook major projects on behalf of the Greek Ministry of Health...

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It seems that the economic crisis and the fear of bankruptcy has led a lot of Greeks to overeating. Then again it might be...

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Greek state hospitals face serious financial problems making their operation extremely difficult, while debts to suppliers have reached 900 million euros. In most instances, the operation...

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The Greek coalition government is currently working on new healthcare policies to expand free and subsidized health coverage. According to a ministerial decision uninsured Greeks...

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Greek Health and Social Insurance Minister Panagiotis Kouroumblis on Wednesday issued a stern warning to multinational drug companies that they should invest in Greece,...

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Greece's SYRIZA-led government is determined to support the public healthcare system in any way and exhaust not just all possible options of the surplus but of every...

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Greek scientists from the University of Patras are making a significant effort to help in the battle against cancer by developing an innovative drug....

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The unemployed, uninsured, and the poor, who need health care and are lost in the bureaucracy of a National Health System, resort to health...

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Scientists of the Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology of the Foundation for Research and Technology in Crete discovered a new cellular mechanism that...

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Greece's government announced on Tuesday the abolition of a controversial health and hygiene regulation that allowed authorities to publish the details, including photographs, of...