News Roundup 17-22 March 2013

Categories: In The Media.

17 March 2013 

Taiwan: Taipei Times– Cost growth rate of ventilators falls due to control measures

Romania: The Australian– Uphill battle for Romanian cancer patients

18 March 2013

India: The Times of India– Healthcare gaps leads to bleak winter for elderly

France: Le Journal de Saone-et-Loire– L’accompagnement de la fin de vie, thème du débat

Australia: The Sydney Morning Herald– NDIS policymakers must look closer at what users want

19 March 2013

Botswana: Anglican Communion– Botswana Anglicans, hospice service trailblazers

International: MedScape News– Life Before Death: Grassroots Palliative Care

20 March 2013

US: Los Angeles Times– Patients should decide what the end of life is like, study says

21 March 2013 

US: Geripal– Literature Potpourri

US: Medical Express– ‘Do no harm’: Patient-centered end-of-life care means happier patients who live longer

US: C21Media– Nat Geo, Scott Free explore end of life

22 March 2013

Uganda: PR Web– You Can Okuyamba: A Crowdfunding Initiative to Increase Access to Palliative Care in Uganda Sets Goal of Raising $4,000 in 45 days

New Zealand: Face Television– Should we have choice at the end of life?

US: USA Today– Support grows in Vermont for an end-of-life bill

India: The Hindu– Thozhar Trust plans to establish hospice

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