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Overcoming Diabetes insulin
A clear and passionate account to better understand diabetes and the history of this illness.
The Public Hospital is Ill: Diagnosis and Treatment Hospitals save lives, let’s save them too!
A diagnosis made on the basis of a 50-year decline in public hospital services, by one of the best specialists.
The Wounds of the Soul When energy opens the way to healing
A contribution to the reflection on the art of osteopathic care.
The Death of the Hospital?
After two years of health crisis, emergency response measures, overflowing hospitals and mass mobilization, a clear-eyed account of the state of hospitals today based on insider experience and lived examples.
What To Do After Breast Cancer?
Concrete answers and adapted exercises, guided by a physiotherapist specialized in working with women who have had breast cancer.
Research in Times of Epidemics From AIDS to Covid
The views of a doctor, who analyzes the AIDS crisis as the catalyst for a new health democracy, in relation to the recent debates on the management of public health policies.
Glaucoma Prevention, Detection, and Treatment
For the first time, a book of information written for a general audience and for patients, by one of the foremost specialists of this disease which affects more than a million French people.
Starting with an account from the field written in an unrestrained tone by a practitioner dealing with a patient’s end of life, an unprecedented questioning on the deontology of a doctor and the intricacies of our hospital system.
The Mysteries of the Human Body
Do your organs interest you? In this new book, Professor Sablonnière offers a guided tour of them, a new Fantastic Voyage that plunges us into the mysteries of the body and its arcana.
My Battle for Health Putting an End to 20 Years of Neglect
For a complete understanding of our health system and the succession of reforms “for increased productivity” of hospitals that have harmed it, without responding to the true new challenges happening now and to come.
All that we know about the plasticity of this virus, which is constantly mutating and changing, which makes it completely unpredictable. Even in countries where the crisis was believed to be over (China, Iceland, Slovakia, etc.), new cases are emerging.
Alcohol, the Foremost Addiction Overcoming a Chronic Illness
Alcoholism remains a major subject in public health, much more toxic than drug addiction
Alim Louis Benabid
The Brain, Degenerative Diseases, and the Discovery of Deep Brain Stimulation The History of a Discovery
An extraordinary journey into the world of neurosurgery and a fascinating presentation of the mysteries of a scientific and medical discovery and its consequences.
Anne de Kervasdoué
New Questions from Women Responses to 1001 questions that women ask about their health and their well-being, at every age in life
All the experience and knowledge of a gynecologist who has been listening to women for 40 years.
Jean Becchio, Bruno Suarez
What is New in Hypnosis From Hypnosis to Consciousness Activation
A subject that arouses very broad interest, approached here without the usual esoteric or spiritualist connotations, backed by the most recent advances in the neurosciences, and with very illuminating clinical cases.
The Vaccine War
An essential book for reflecting on the relationships between: the state and public health policies; scientists and experts; anti-vaccine movements (their ideological roots and sometimes conspiracy theories) and public opinion.
André Grimaldi, Frédéric Pierru
Your Health in the Future
How can we maintain the quality of care in hospitals? Is our health system equipped to respond to the challenges of the aging of the population and of chronic illnesses?
The Biology of Immortality Who wants to be immortal?
Immortality is no longer what it used to be. This brief history introduces the proponents and the implications of it. Life can be prolonged; medical science is constantly proving this; but it cannot thwart the great laws of biology.
Creating Blood, Bone Marrow
The most recent discoveries in the functioning of bone marrow represent a great hope for treating diseases such as thalassemia, leukemia, lymphoma, and others.
The Scandal of Lyme Disease New edition 2019
Among 30,000 new cases per year are detected by the Sentinelles network (which estimates pathology in France) and 65,000 cases recorded by France Lyme. The numbers are on the rise in France, particularly in eastern France. There are 65 000 chronic cases of borreliosis (2013 figures). The definitive reference work on Lyme disease by France's foremost specialist in the disease. The story of a health scandal condemned by the author.
Laura Arnal, Charlotte Guttinger
I Beat Lyme’s Disease
With climate change, there is a risk of a proliferation of ticks and contractions of the disease. The book reads like a novel; alongside the main story, other accounts illuminate the struggles of Lyme disease sufferers.
Delphine Lhuillery, Erick Petit, Eric Sauvanet
All about endometriosis Relieving pain, curing illness
This is the first scientific and accessible book on endometriosis, this specifically female disease, which is still too little known to patients, but also to the medical profession.
A comprehensive book on the female voice by one of the best specialists, who works with people whose voice is their primary tool: teachers, singers, men and women politicians.
Éric Vivier, Marc Daëron
Immunotherapy of cancers History of a medical revolution
This book tells the story of the research and ideas that led to this medical revolution.
Guy Simonnet, Bernard Laurent, David Le Breton
Humans In Pain
A complete analysis of the phenomenon of pain on three levels: neurobiological, medical, and anthropological.
The Brain and Speaking Disorders Aphasia, Dyslexia, Deafness, Stuttering
Both clear and detailed, a book that provides correct answers to the questions that are asked about speech and the pathologies related to it.
Living Better with Diabetes Third edition revised and expanded
A true little encyclopedia of diabetes. Dr. Gérard Slama: one of the foremost experts, more than 40 years spent treating diabetics. To understand the various types of diabetes, their characteristics, their treatments. Essential rules to treat oneself when one is insulin-dependent.
Bernard Kouchner, Patrick Aeberhard, Jean-Pierre Daulouède, Bertrand Lebeau Leibovici, William Lowenstein
Toxicos Drug addiction: Thirty Years that Changed Everything – But Tomorrow?]
Against the institutional inertia and the comfort of habits of thought, the invigorating and instructive account by five uncommon brothers in arms, driven by the same will to care for those who in the past were despised.
The Power of Mind over Body
The role and the power of the mind in healing: a completely new approach. An approach that looks to history, philosophy, biology, psychiatry – all that goes into the healing process.
The Mechanics of Passions: The New Contemporary Individualism
The book’s very stimulating thesis: the twenty-first century will be the century of the brain and the neurosciences, which are already playing the role that psychoanalysis played in the twentieth century.
Hopes For a Long and Good Life
A very accessible, clear book with rigorous scientific explanations, enabling the reader to see the differences between false miraculous recipes and true possibilities to act against aging.
The Revolution in Eye Surgery the Journey of a Great Surgeon
The exceptional journey of one of the greatest specialists in ocular surgery. A reflection on medicine and the extraordinary progress carried out in 50 years.