In modern medicine, there are a number of treatments that are very uncomfortable and even painful for the patient - for example, the early detection of colorectal cancer. But with the help of highly sensitive robotics, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality, researchers are making progress in many areas that should make treatment much easier to handle for patients.
She was one of the first doctors in South Africa to suspect a different coronavirus strain was making people sick. A moment of shock to her. Dr. Angelique Coetzee, a private practitioner and chair of South African Medical Association, spoke with CNN Greece’s Christos Gavalas and sais she’s overwhelmingly convinced Omicron symptoms are mild but also that ultimately it will all come down to how it’s going to affect elderly unvaccinated people.