Personal medical book (part 2)
If an organization deals with a licensed and accredited healthcare institution when issuing medical books for its employees, all costs associated with paying for medical examinations of employees, as well…

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Carrots for health and more
Many, of course, are aware of the beneficial properties of carrots since childhood. So what do we know? Carrots are rich in vitamin A, which is necessary for people with…

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Treatment in Sweden - a modern approach (part 3)
What diseases are successfully treated in Sweden Sweden is a fairly developed country, and its medicine does not stop improving. Swedish medicine has achieved particular success in the following areas:…

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Treatment in Sweden – a modern approach (part 4)

Leading specialists from Sweden
In Sweden you can find a huge number of highly qualified specialists with many years of experience and knowledge of their field, regularly exchanging experience with colleagues from hospitals in Israel, Germany and other countries.

Leading experts in Sweden are:

Klas Julin is a renowned specialist in the field of surgery;
Fredrik Sund – specialist in the field of infectious diseases; Continue reading

Learn more about diagnostic and treatment options in Turkish clinics (part 3)
Surgery is one of the most successful and popular areas of Turkish medicine. Turkish surgeons have cutting-edge surgical equipment; the latest generation of robotic surgical systems (the famous Da Vinci…

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Fake personal medical book (part 2)
Medical Book Protection For the manufacture of medical books, forms are used, which are official documents. After issuing to a person, a medical book is registered in the unified electronic…

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Learn about the possibilities of modern cancer treatment in Germany (part 1)
Oncology has made a huge leap in its development over the past decades, and now cancer is no longer considered an incurable disease - if the disease is detected in…

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Early hearing screening as part of prevention of speech impairment (part 1)
According to WHO estimates, about 466 million people worldwide experience serious hearing impairment, while another 500 million have less severe impairments, which nevertheless affect their functioning. The forecasts are disappointing,…

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