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The UK government is planning a propaganda campaign to try to defend health reforms critics say will destroy key aspects of the NHS.
Competition for cheap doctors from health-rich nations, including Britain, is threatening the future of one of the world’s poorest countries.
A global rollout of pneumococcal vaccine aimed at treating pneumonia in infants has been welcomed by faith groups delivering health services in Africa.
Fifteen per cent of the recently contacted Korubo Indians in Brazil have died since the year 2000, as a result of inadequate health care.
A life sentence handed down against a Indian health care activist violates international fair trial standards, says Amnesty.
An international dementia conference in Scotland has addressed topical issues including palliative care and the quality of life in care homes.
With US President Barack Obama under vicious attack for his proposed health care reforms, the country's Catholic Bishops are urging the process of reform and debate forward.
In what it is describing as a "massive mobilization effort," the United Church of Christ in the USA is launching a major healthcare advocacy campaign on Tuesday 8 September 2009.
Barack Obama has urged people of faith to knock on doors and spread the facts and truth about health care reform during a "40 Minutes for Heath Care Reform" call-in and webcast.
An Indian Christian university says its goal is to provide quality job-oriented education that will also meet the needs of the healthcare and social service work of the churches in the world's second most populous nation.