Ian Franks asks about healthcare and disability now that Sanders has gone.
There is no doubt that I prefer social healthcare. That means I support healthcare funded by countries, such as the UK and Spain, rather than needing to buy private health insurance, as in the US. Now, that is not to say either healthcare system provides superior medical care. It is purely about the costs. Neither … Continue reading Health: Debate over best system will continue
Using HSCT to treat people living with multiple sclerosis may not yet be proven in the long-term, as is often pointed out by various national MS charities and some health professionals, but it certainly does have a whole lot of people saying how good it has been for them. What’s more, and this is even … Continue reading It’s time to make HSCT for MS available worldwide
Some people refuse to go cruising for various reasons but the one fear that seems responsible for the reluctance of many is that of becoming ill in an on-board epidemic of one type or another. And, without a doubt, the most well-known bug that dominates their thinking is the Norovirus – and that is emphasised … Continue reading Norovirus: Sanitisers not as good as soap and water