Arsen Dzheparov urgently needs a surgical intervention
Rights to Health
There is a stable tendency of prevalence of death rate over birth rate in Ukraine
Since 1993, the country adheres to the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production, Stockpiling, and Use of Chemical Weapons and on their Destruction
Range of arrangements and conditions of their provision will be determined by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine
Stanislav Klykh was visited by a local lawyer in the SIZO-3 of Chelyabinsk
In 2016 this trend reached its peak
There is no basis to keep the Ukrainian in custody even according to the Russian legislation
According to the report, the inhabitant of Henichesk Valery Kerimov was taken from a correctional facility in Crimea to a prison №1 Adygea Republic, where he died on September 8.
There are double standards in the interaction between a person and the state, which create rather constraints and obstacles than opportunities
About 100 IDPs are currently living in the health resort. The majority of them are people with disabilities and the elderly people
“Despite all the promises given by the Odesa Regional Administration, the light was turned off in “Kuyalnyk”..."
Why did the police choose to search a murderer of the elderly lady in a drug addiction treatment facility?
And just a few facts about freedom of speech in Crimea
Mykola Semena should immediately undergo medical treatment in a specialized medical institution
Germany wants to reduce financing of Global Fund
Olena Hlishchynska, released by Ukraine within the prisoner swap, may receive compensation from Ukraine
The representatives of patient organizations attended signing of the law
Medical Problems Remain Even after Captivity...
The National Police of Ukraine is going to create a database of people, who are registered in the drug addiction treatment facilities
The Health Ministry of Ukraine wants to cancel the simplified registration of pharmaceuticals, introduced by the Cabinet a few days ago
The access to medical care is deteriorating in Crimea. The peninsula residents complain about the queues in hospitals, the level of services, lack of medicines, rudeness of staff and bureaucracy
It is necessary to achieve three outcomes for successful practice of organ transplantation in Ukraine
The drug policy should be based on human rights and freedoms. The most important thing is to aim efforts at combating drug trafficking, not punishing drug addicts
The cancer incidence in the regions of Ukraine most affected by the Chernobyl NPP disaster exceeds the average Ukrainian level twice and sometimes even thrice
The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has passed in the first reading the bill No. 2386-1 on transplantation of organs and other human anatomic materials
Russian doctors state that the health of Nadiya Savchenko currently allows convoying her
Stanislav Klykh is being daily given unknown medicines, which have an impact on his behavior
The doctors usually do not know and do not want to prescribe narcotic analgesics
Only 125 out of 630 convicts live in satisfactory conditions
The viral hepatitis was found in 5% of people out of 10,000 mobilized
More than a hundred patients with bags over their heads and nooses around their necks lined up in front of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.
The health care institutions faced difficulties in their work following the electricity cuts in Crimea.
The bill allows abortion only in case of prenatal death of a baby
The action participants brought broken gas masks to the Presidential Administration to show what the patients experience.
53% of respondents indicate that their town or their families do not have enough food, medicine, and hygiene items.
The children with a rare bone disease can break a bone following any careless movement - sneezing or even heaviness of a children's blanket.
The residents sleep on broken beds and have access to them at night only.
The ECHR highlighted the importance of observing the right of prisoners to appropriate medical aid.
The National Guard of Ukraine introduces the NATO standards of medical and psychological rehabilitation.
Boarding school in Zhytomyr region lacks rehabilitation programs
Up to 200 patients with HIV/AIDS lined up for medicine in front of the Cabinet of Ministers