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A front-line doctor explains how to treat drug addicts
A team of authors that brings together the greatest specialists in French medicine in the most important fields: diabetes, cardiovascular disease, neurology, infectious disease and allergies. A real encyclopedia, which leaves no point in the shadows: from difficulties in following treatment to patient-physician relations, from families and carers to the public health system. A book that anticipates future problems faced by medicine, by doctors and by patients.
Luc Montagnier is the person who, with his team of the Pasteur Institute, discovered in 1983 the virus responsible for AIDS. He tells about the research work which led him to this discovery. He sums up the knowledge we have of this virus, its origin and the way the disease develops. He gives the state of research today and his hopes.
On the one hand, an ever increasing demand, on the other, widespread agreement that the profession in is the grip of a crisis. The result is that the supply is badly equipped to deal with the demand. What are the origins of this crisis ? Does it run as deep as the very foundations and identity of psychiatry itself ? In particular, what can be done to transform this natural diversity into a real strength ? Psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, Marie-Christine Hardy-Baylé works at the André-Mignot hospital, and is a professor of medicine at the University of Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. She heads the Association for the Promotion of Public Health of Yvelines Sud. A hospital director, Christine Bronnec, is in charge of the ANEAS project to evaluate psychiatric needs, and is co-president of the Association for the Promotion of Public Health of Yvelines Sud.
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.
A contribution to the reflection on the art of osteopathic care.
Fibromyalgia affects 2% of the general population, predominantly female. Practicing yoga does not replace treatment but complements it by applying simultaneously to the physical and psychological self.