Childhood cancers and pollution: the “omerta” continues

There are figures that leave you speechless, and trigger the anger of scientists. Why the environmental problem is not tackled head-on in the fight against childhood cancers ? This is the debate raised by Professor Philip Landrigan, director of the Global Observatory on Planetary Health at Boston College and project manager at the Monaco Scientific … Read more

Towards more zoonoses, with the risk of new pandemics

AFP, published on Friday, June 10, 2022 at 09:18 Sras, Mers, Ebola, avian flu, zika, Covid-19, HIV, monkey pox… Favored by our lifestyles, zoonoses, diseases transmitted to humans by animals, have multiplied in recent years, raising fears of the emergence of new pandemics. “The interface between humans and animals has become quite unstable,” said Dr. … Read more

Health insurance supports chronic pathologies

People with asthma or diabetes can benefit from the free program called sophia. An effective follow-up that helps them on a daily basis. More than 3.5 million French people are affected by diabetes and more than 4 million suffer from asthma. These two pathologies are constantly increasing. To help people insured with these chronic illnesses … Read more