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"Ayahuasca saved my life when there was no medical solution”
A man from the Swiss canton of Vaud suffering from a rare disease that causes terrible pain finally found relief in this drug from South America. Its medical use is still poorly documented.
Morphine crisis deepens as cancer patients across country suffer
Thousands of cancer patients, including children, and some of them in the terminal stage of the disease, continue to face miserable and painful deaths in Pakistan
World Hepatitis Day With a person dying every 30 seconds from a hepatitis related illness – we can’t wait to act on viral hepatitis.
Can You Hear Us Now? Equity in Global Advocacy for Palliative Care Evidence-based advocacy underpins the sustainable delivery of quality, publicly guaranteed, and universally available palliative care. More than 60 million people in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) have no or extremely limited access to either palliative care services or essential palliative care medicines (e.g., opioids) on the World Health Organization Model List.
Medication-Assisted Therapies — Tackling the Opioid-Overdose Epidemic The rate of death from overdoses of prescription opioids in the United States more than quadrupled between 1999 and 2010, far exceeding the combined death toll from cocaine and heroin overdoses.