News Roundup 24-29 June 2013

Categories: In The Media.

24 June

USA: American Academy of Pediatrics – When HIV-positive children grow up: managing the transition to adult medical care 

USA: Huffington Post – What does managing a loved one’s digital legacy look like?

25 June

Nigeria: Modern Ghana – Perils of operating palliative care in Nigeria

The Netherlands: LifeSiteNews – Film depicting euthanasia of 26-year-old Dutch woman draws 700,000 viewers

Africa: Reuters – Seven African countries cut child HIV infections by half

UK: Health Canal – Report highlights growing need to improve end of life care for minority ethnic groups

26 June

Ireland: Irish Health – Thousands denied hospice services

USA: Reuters – Many cancer patients expect palliative care to cure

27 June 

Canada: The Globe and Mail – Assisted suicide: Quebec has found a flexible approach to euthanasia law

Russia: TVR – Children’s hospice to be built near Minsk

South Africa: The South Africa – Ageing Mandela reminds us of importance of palliative care in Africa

Botswana: Mmegi Online – Palliative care takes root in Botswana – Dr Mbangtang

Nigeria: Spy Ghana – Perils of operating palliative care

29 June 

USA: The Economist – The American way of death

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