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Du 5 au 7 mai : Journées européennes de l’insuffisance cardiaque

1 victime toutes les 10 minutes Chaque année en France, la crise cardiaque fait plus de 50 000 victimes. Ce chiffre alarmant s’explique par le fait que la plupart des crises cardiaques surviennent en milieu extra-hospitalier, comme dans la rue. En France faire un arrêt cardiaque dans la rue est ...

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Apnée du sommeil

Une source de fatigue, mais aussi de maladies cardiovasculaires Le syndrome d’apnées du sommeil (également appelée syndrome d’apnées-hypopnées obstructives du sommeil, ou SAHOS) se manifeste par des interruptions répétées et incontrôlées de la respiration pendant le sommeil. Elles entrainent des micro-réveils incessants dont le patient n’a pas conscience. Il en ...

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Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative disease that is particularly rare in people under 45 years of age…. It can be seen that most of the patients are around 70 years old and France has about 160,000 Parkinsonians on its territory. On the planet, 6.3 million people are affected. It is ...

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DREPANOCYTOSIS: the most common genetic disease

Sickle cell disease was recognized by the United Nations in 2008 as a public health priority. It is estimated that 4.4 million people worldwide are affected by the disease (2015 figure, study published in The Lancet). An unknown disease that affects 300,000 newborns in Africa every year. The number of ...

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ALZHEIMER

A neurodegenerative disease that manifests itself as dementia resulting from progressive damage to the central nervous system. Although it was described a hundred and ten years ago by the German neurologist Alois Alzheimer, its causes are still being debated… and unfortunately the World Health Organization estimates that 50 million people ...

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Infantile congenital malformations

Birth defects (at birth) are not uncommon, accounting for an estimated 1 in 33 births worldwide, or 7.9 million children in 2006. They represent a significant cost to society and, of course, also a major personal and family cost throughout life. According to the WHO (World Health Organization), cardiovascular disease ...

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Oral diseases: a global scourge

Oral diseases affect 3.5 billion people. Of these dental treatments, cavities are the most common form, but gum disease and oral cancers should not be neglected. These often prohibitively expensive diseases cause pain, infections, reduced quality of life and reduced productivity at work, particularly among the poorest and most marginalized. ...

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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), in other words Charcot’s Disease

It is a rare disease and affects about 8,000 people in France (1 in 1,000 people), and nearly 120,000 people worldwide, or about 328 new cases every day, and represents 1/3 of neuromuscular disorders. ALS usually starts around the age of 55. It affects both men and women equally. A ...

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A disease that can be treated but cannot be cured: endometriosis

Seven years: This is the average time required to diagnose endometriosis. Yet, this chronic disease affects 1 in 10 women. In addition, 30 to 40% of women with endometriosis experience fertility problems. Endometriosis is a chronic inflammatory disease: the inner wall of the uterus, the endometrium, thickens to eventually accommodate ...

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A new technology using radioactivity in France: PET/MRI to diagnose and treat cancer

For the past two years, Henri-Mondor Hospital has been using an innovative machine, combining MRI and PET for more accurate cancer diagnosis. Siemens medical’s TEP/IRM -Biograph mMR – installed at Henri Mondor Hospital is the first machine in France specifically dedicated to research in routine care and to optimizing the ...

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