The Voice Of A Medical Blogger: Vaccination, ARVI, Palliative Care, Fibroadenoma And Current Topics

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The Voice Of A Medical Blogger: Vaccination, ARVI, Palliative Care, Fibroadenoma And Current Topics
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The voice of a medical blogger: vaccination, ARVI, palliative care, fibroadenoma and current topics

Medical bloggers react to the events of the last week, talk about current medical trends and simply comment on private issues.

The voice of a medical blogger: vaccination, ARVI, palliative care, fibroadenoma and current topics
The voice of a medical blogger: vaccination, ARVI, palliative care, fibroadenoma and current topics

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Medical bloggers react to the events of the last week, talk about current medical trends and simply comment on private issues.

Vaccination and skepticism about it is an endless topic for medical blogging. Undoubtedly, an important event in the blogosphere last week was the appearance and viral spread of a meme in which a pediatrician threatens with physical harm to an anti-vaccine mother. We will not publish it, because it contains obscene language. But we recommend everyone to read at least the link. Beware, there are ultra-radical statements by Igor Nezhdanov from the Genetico Center for Genetics and Reproductive Medicine.

Ekaterina Ovsyannikova from the “VERA Hospice Aid Fund” told what she thinks about the Duma discussion of regulating the provision of palliative care, emotionally reacts to statements that do not correspond to the truth. Nyuta Federmesser from the same foundation talks about palliative care issues in a lot and in detail on Echo:

Servier is withdrawing its Erespal, a highly prescribed drug in Russia. Doctors bloggers who are in our field of vision (for example, S. Butriy, A. Rodionov and P. Brand), greeted this event and called for the disposal of the drug deposits, if any.

A noticeable resonance was caused by the appointment of M. Nedyakin, who does not have a medical education, as the chief specialist in deontology and ethics at the DMZ. Pavel Brand writes:

“Such a specialist is responsible for transplantation, palliative care, pain relief, medical secrecy, euthanasia, in the end. A professional has been appointed to meet the client correctly, prevent rudeness and high-quality parking organization."

The aforementioned M. Nedyakin last week gained some fame by taking part in an attempt to close the hospital in Zyuzino.

PostNauka posted many videos on interesting medical topics. For example, Maxim Domashenko talks about the prevention of stroke:

There is also an interview with cardiologist Yarostav Ashikhmin. If you want to feel trendy, be sure to check it out. Vaccinations, biohacking, medical education in Russia, medical ethics and much more.

On the Public Television of Russia a program " ZADELO " was released, telling in detail about amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Most people know about the disease only that the physicist Stephen Hawking was sick with it. The host of the program communicates with the staff of the Live Now Foundation for helping people with ALS.

In the ONCOLOGY group, Dr. David Mayerov discusses what to do for women who have fibroadenoma during mammography. To go for surgery or not, what and why to expect.

Doctor and medical journalist Olya Kashubina tells whether it is necessary or not to treat a cold, as foolishness can be done when treating ARVI.

And on the sweetest channel MedVediki, a new series was released. Dr. Utin talks about HIV infection with Anton Krasovsky, director of the AIDS.CENTER Foundation.

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