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Hypocrisy of administering the Hippocratic Oath according Rogier F. van Vlissingen

The hypocrisy of administering the Hippocratic Oath is remarkable, for the ceremony purports to continue an ancient tradition, yet in actual fact the oath has been edited beyond recognition in a mistaken attempt to ‘modernize’ it. Lifestyle Medicine in a … Continue reading

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Many Belgians not willing to prolong the lives of over-85s

Several people may feel it terrible when a loved one dies before he or she became 60. Strangely enough for the marketplace lots of people above 55 are written off. In our so called Catholic country a lot of people … Continue reading

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More than 4000 rare diseases to come out of the corner

Throughout Europe there can be found more  than 30 million people affected by rare diseases, also referred to as orphan diseases. In a few days time we shall have a day to remind the many people having to face some … Continue reading

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