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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 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.
The Wounds of the Soul When energy opens the way to healing
A contribution to the reflection on the art of osteopathic care.
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.
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.