May 19, 2022
April 18, 2022
April 18 is European Patients’ Rights Day (EPRD).Read more
March 14, 2022
On the occasion of the national “Week Against Cancer” campaign in France, it is important to highlight research efforts aimed at reducing the side effects associated with cancer treatments.
Indeed, while the range of treatments available – used alone or in combination – are effective against cancer, they can have many side effects, particularly on the skin. Xerosis is one of the most frequent side effects of cancer therapy and requires appropriate management to help maintain patient quality of life and prevent potential interruptions to cancer treatment.Read more
March 9, 2022
*Learning, Brain and Artificial Intelligence, Brain and New Technologies, Brain and Society, Brain and Sport, Sleep, The 5 senses, Emotions, Memory, The Sick Brain.
February 28, 2022
By definition, a rare disease has a prevalence of 1/2,000. But rare diseases are numerous and would affect more than 3 million people in France, more than 300 million in the world!
Most of these diseases have no treatment. Nevertheless, many actors are mobilized in the fight against rare diseases to improve the diagnosis, care and follow-up of the patients concerned; research in this area also allows significant medical advances.
In 2021, we again had the opportunity to put our medical writing skills at the service of several rare diseases, including craniofacial microsomia, cystic fibrosis, and inherited epidermolysis bullosa.Read more
January 25, 2022
December 2, 2021
November 9, 2021
Although hair disorders are common, their management still represents a major clinical challenge in dermatological practice despite the emergence of new diagnostic tools and new treatment options.Read more
October 29, 2021
Today is World Psoriasis Day. It is a great opportunity to share a review of the literature on this chronic skin pathology.Read more
October 12, 2021
October is Breast Cancer Screening Awareness Month.
More than 355,000 women were newly diagnosed with breast cancer, and nearly 92,000 women died from the disease across the EU-27 in 2020.Read more