Study on cross-border healthcare: empowering National Contact Points to help patients exercise their rights

Study on cross-border healthcare: empowering National Contact Points to help patients exercise their rights

The following content was first published on EU Commission official website According to a recently published study, European patients are still generally unaware of their rights and the possibility to access health services in other EU Member States, as well as of...

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The latest issue of ORUEN – CNS Journal now available online

The latest issue of ORUEN – CNS Journal now available online

Oruen – The CNS Journal is a peer-reviewed, open access publication, and has received CME accreditation from the European Accreditation Committee in CNS (EACIC), with a 100% focus on original CNS research topics, and the latest advances, diagnoses, and treatment of...

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How Dogs Can Help Your Mental Health After a Stroke

How Dogs Can Help Your Mental Health After a Stroke

Having a stroke is a terrifying experience, and it is only natural to start experiencing some symptoms of anxiety and depression when it is all over. After all, it is something that often brings a person close to death, and it can seem like no one else understands the...

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A dual-therapy approach to boost motor recovery after a stroke

A dual-therapy approach to boost motor recovery after a stroke

First appeared on ScienceDaily.com Paralysis of an arm and/or leg is one of the most common effects of a stroke. But thanks to research carried out by scientists at the Defitech Foundation Chair in Brain-Machine Interface, in association with other members of EPFL's...

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