Kaizen Healthcare’s weekly news round-up
13th April 2016
Each week, we bring you a round-up of the latest news and developments in the world of healthcare.
Eight stories that have hit the headlines over the past week:
- ‘Irish Skin Foundation announces the first annual Dermatology Study Day for hospital, community-based, GP practice and public health nurses, pharmacists and others involved in providing skin care’ via Eventbrite
- ‘Autism affects 1% of population’ via Independent
- ‘HIV cases up by 75% this year, HSE report finds’ via The Irish Times
- ‘New scan tells if cancer treatment is working within days’ via Independent
- ‘Johnson and Johnson has a baby powder problem’ via Bloomberg
- ‘More stroke occurring in working age people’ via Irish Health
- ‘Asthma is being overdiagnosed, doctors warn’ via The Irish Times
- ‘Young Irish people take action to highlight Ireland’s chronic mental health issues’ via Irish Post
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