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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN-NHS
RTX7JAOT
May 17, 2020
Speech and Language Therapist Alison McLoughlin conducts a therapy session with a patient using the Zoom...
Blackburn, United Kingdom
Outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Britain
Speech and Language Therapist Alison McLoughlin conducts a therapy session with a patient using the Zoom app in the Ear, Nose and Throat department at The Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital in East Lancashire, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Blackburn, Britain, May 14, 2020. Picture taken May 14, 2020. REUTERS/Hannah McKay/Pool
NOVARTIS-SWISS FACTORY/
RTX7AW9D
November 28, 2019
CEO Vasant Narasimhan of Swiss drugmaker Novartis makes a speech during the opening ceremony of the company's...
STEIN, Switzerland
CEO Narasimhan of Novartis makes a speech during opening ceremony of new factory in Stein
CEO Vasant Narasimhan of Swiss drugmaker Novartis makes a speech during the opening ceremony of the company's new cell and gene therapy factory in Stein, Switzerland, November 28, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
NOVARTIS-SWISS FACTORY/
RTX7AW8J
November 28, 2019
CEO Vasant Narasimhan of Swiss drugmaker Novartis makes a speech during the opening ceremony of the company's...
STEIN, Switzerland
CEO Narasimhan of Novartis makes a speech during opening ceremony of new factory in Stein
CEO Vasant Narasimhan of Swiss drugmaker Novartis makes a speech during the opening ceremony of the company's new cell and gene therapy factory in Stein, Switzerland, November 28, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
NOVARTIS-SWISS FACTORY/
RTX7AW8A
November 28, 2019
CEO Vasant Narasimhan of Swiss drugmaker Novartis makes a speech during the opening ceremony of the company's...
STEIN, Switzerland
CEO Narasimhan of Novartis makes a speech during opening ceremony of new factory in Stein
CEO Vasant Narasimhan of Swiss drugmaker Novartis makes a speech during the opening ceremony of the company's new cell and gene therapy factory in Stein, Switzerland, November 28, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
RUGBY-UNION-ENG-ZAF/PREVIEW/
RTX2SJWA
November 08, 2016
Britain Rugby Union - England Training - Pennyhill Park, Bagshot, Surrey - 8/11/16 England's Courtney...
United Kingdom
England's Courtney Lawes with team physio during training
Britain Rugby Union - England Training - Pennyhill Park, Bagshot, Surrey - 8/11/16 England's Courtney Lawes with team physio during training Action Images via Reuters / Paul Childs Livepic EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
RUGBY-UNION-ENG-ZAF/PREVIEW/
RTX2SJW8
November 08, 2016
Britain Rugby Union - England Training - Pennyhill Park, Bagshot, Surrey - 8/11/16 England's Courtney...
United Kingdom
England's Courtney Lawes with team physio during training
Britain Rugby Union - England Training - Pennyhill Park, Bagshot, Surrey - 8/11/16 England's Courtney Lawes with team physio during training Action Images via Reuters / Paul Childs Livepic EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
OLYMPICS-RIO/BADMINTON SISTERS
RTX2DTRQ
May 11, 2016
Brazilian badminton player Lohanny Vicente (L), 20, gestures to a physical therapist as her sister Luana...
Campinas, Brazil
2016 Rio Olympics: Rio sisters: from violence to the Olympics
Brazilian badminton player Lohanny Vicente (L), 20, gestures to a physical therapist as her sister Luana (2nd R), 22, talks to her coach Marco Vasconcelos of Portugal during the XX Pan Am Team Championships 2016 in Campinas, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, April 27, 2016. The future once looked anything but bright for Lohaynny and Luana Vicente, Brazilian sisters whose father, a drug dealer, was killed in a shootout with police when they were four and six years old. But sixteen years after that tragic day, the two sisters are elite athletes and rising stars in badminton, a sport little played in a country better known for soccer and surfing. So far have they come that Lohaynny, now 20, classified to compete in the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "SISTERS BADMINTON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
PALESTINIANS-GAZA/BEE-THERAPY
RTX29MA0
April 12, 2016
Palestinian agricultural engineer Rateb Samour (L), who treats people with bee-sting therapy, speaks...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
The Wider Image: Bee-sting therapy
Palestinian agricultural engineer Rateb Samour (L), who treats people with bee-sting therapy, speaks with patients at his clinic in Gaza City April 11, 2016. Samour sees 250 patients a day, whose complaints range from hair loss to cerebral palsy and cancer. He is not a doctor and has never worked in a hospital. Samour inherited the skill of bee-sting therapy from his father. From 2003 the agricultural engineer dedicated all his time to study and develop the alternative-medicine treatment of apitherapy, which uses bee-related products from honey, propolis - or bee glue used to build hives - to venom. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem SEARCH "GAZA BEE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-CRIME/PEER1
RTX1XP3Q
December 08, 2015
Arrowhead prison convict Robert G. (R) makes his case why he should be accepted into Peer 1 at a meeting...
CANON CITY, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Peer 1: Prison, death or recovery
Arrowhead prison convict Robert G. (R) makes his case why he should be accepted into Peer 1 at a meeting with Peer 1 staff at the prison in Canon City, Colorado September 24, 2014. With him are (L to R) Raymond A., who was accepted into Peer 1; an unidentified man with head down; “Lucky�, who is still in prison; Steve P. who was accepted into Peer 1. Robert G. has 11 felony convictions for drug-related crimes and has been in and out of prison or rehab over the last 25 years. Robert G. was accepted into Peer 1. Peer 1 is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation programme for men, many having spent years in and out of prison, in Denver, Colorado. The men have often tried and failed over and over to turn their life around. With histories of abuse as children and living on the streets, they come to Peer 1 hoping to turn away from addiction and crime, to rebuild their lives and learn how to integrate into society. Treatment includes family group therapy, meditation and trust-building exercises. REUTERS/Rick WilkingPICTURE 1 OF 26 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "PEER 1: PRISON, DEATH OR RECOVERY". SEARCH "PEER WILKING" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-CRIME/PEER1
RTX1XP3L
December 08, 2015
Brian P., just arrived from Arrowhead prison, gets a word from Peer 1 director Ken Gaipa (L) as he arrives...
Denver, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Peer 1: Prison, death or recovery
Brian P., just arrived from Arrowhead prison, gets a word from Peer 1 director Ken Gaipa (L) as he arrives to begin his two-year programme, the second time he has been through Peer 1, in Denver, Colorado March 25, 2015. Peer 1 is a Therapeutic Community – also known as a TC. Terry Keahey (C), a former Peer 1 client who has gone through the programme four times, now works there as a client care aide. Peer 1 is a drug and alcohol rehabilitation programme for men, many having spent years in and out of prison, in Denver, Colorado. The men have often tried and failed over and over to turn their life around. With histories of abuse as children and living on the streets, they come to Peer 1 hoping to turn away from addiction and crime, to rebuild their lives and learn how to integrate into society. Treatment includes family group therapy, meditation and trust-building exercises. REUTERS/Rick WilkingPICTURE 4 OF 26 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "PEER 1: PRISON, DEATH OR RECOVERY". SEARCH "PEER WILKING" FOR ALL IMAGES
CHINA-HOSPICE/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1TKOM
October 28, 2015
Fu Jianghua (R), head of Yangjia Hospital, and a member of his staff talk to patients in a room at Yangjia...
WUYI, China
The Wider Image: Home and hospital for dust-lung miners
Fu Jianghua (R), head of Yangjia Hospital, and a member of his staff talk to patients in a room at Yangjia Hospital in Wuyi County, Zhejiang Province, China October 19, 2015. Fu Jianghua has worked at Yangjia Hospital since 1983, when it was operated by a local mine, he is now the hospital's head. At Yangjia Hospital in a remote corner of China's eastern Zhejiang province, sufferers of dust lung spend much of their time hooked up to oxygen to treat lungs ravaged by work in a local mine, since shut down. Once equipped with high-tech machinery and 150 staff, the hospital has suffered from falling numbers and a lack of funding. With some of its windows broken and certain rooms abandoned, the hospital now treats just 30 patients. It's a close-knit community including family members, who prepare meals in makeshift kitchens, grow vegetables in the grounds and play cards to kill time. Dust lung, also known as pneumoconiosis, affects an estimated 6 million workers in China. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj PICTURE 5 OF 26 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "HOME AND HOSPITAL FOR DUST-LUNG MINERS". SEARCH "DUST LUNG" FOR ALL IMAGES
CZECH-BRITAIN/BOY
RTS18O4
September 15, 2015
Six-year-old Ashya King (2nd R), a British boy who received proton treatment for cancer, chats with doctors...
Prague, Czech Republic
King, a British boy who received proton treatment for cancer, chats with doctors during his visit to...
Six-year-old Ashya King (2nd R), a British boy who received proton treatment for cancer, chats with doctors during his visit to the Proton Therapy Center to thank medical staff in Prague, Czech Republic, September 15, 2015. Proton therapy hit the headlines in Britain last year when five-year-old King was removed from hospital by his parents, against the advice of doctors, and flown to Prague for proton treatment. The family say he is now free of cancer. REUTERS/David W Cerny
CZECH-BRITAIN/BOY
RTS18NY
September 15, 2015
Six-year-old Ashya King, a British boy who received proton treatment for cancer, answers questions from...
Prague, Czech Republic
King, a British boy who received proton treatment for cancer, answers questions from the media during...
Six-year-old Ashya King, a British boy who received proton treatment for cancer, answers questions from the media during his visit to the Proton Therapy Center to thank medical staff in Prague, Czech Republic, September 15, 2015. Proton therapy hit the headlines in Britain last year when five-year-old King was removed from hospital by his parents, against the advice of doctors, and flown to Prague for proton treatment. The family say he is now free of cancer. REUTERS/David W Cerny
EGYPT-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PUSE
August 27, 2015
Patients relax in a small motel prior to their sand bath in Siwa, Egypt, August 13, 2015. In the searing...
Siwa, Egypt
Wider Image: The Hot Sand Baths of Siwa
Patients relax in a small motel prior to their sand bath in Siwa, Egypt, August 13, 2015. In the searing heat of summer in western Egypt, at the hottest time of the day, sufferers of rheumatism, joint pain, infertility or impotence lie buried neck-deep in the sand of Siwa near Dakrour Mountain. Locals say taking a sand bath is a natural therapy with powers to cure many medical conditions. Patients relax in the shade before treatment, which includes massages by the feet of health workers after they submerge their patients up to their neck in the desert. Patients drink mint tea in tents following the treatment. REUTERS/Asmaa WaguihPICTURE 1 OF 24 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "THE HOT SAND BATHS OF SIWA". SEARCH "ASMAA SIWA" FOR ALL IMAGES
EGYPT-HEALTH/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1PUSD
August 27, 2015
Patients relax after finishing their sand bath treatment in a rest area where they spend the night in...
Siwa, Egypt
Wider Image: The Hot Sand Baths of Siwa
Patients relax after finishing their sand bath treatment in a rest area where they spend the night in Siwa, Egypt, August 12, 2015. In the searing heat of summer in western Egypt, at the hottest time of the day, sufferers of rheumatism, joint pain, infertility or impotence lie buried neck-deep in the sand of Siwa near Dakrour Mountain. Locals say taking a sand bath is a natural therapy with powers to cure many medical conditions. Patients relax in the shade before treatment, which includes massages by the feet of health workers after they submerge their patients up to their neck in the desert. Patients drink mint tea in tents following the treatment. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih PICTURE 23 OF 24 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "THE HOT SAND BATHS OF SIWA". SEARCH "ASMAA SIWA" FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-HEALTH/HOMELESS
RTR3CGG5
January 14, 2013
Community health worker Jennifer Pascal (L) makes a house visit to Mary Smith, a former addict who was...
Boston, UNITED STATES
A community health worker visits a former addict who was treated at Boston Healthcare of the Homeless...
Community health worker Jennifer Pascal (L) makes a house visit to Mary Smith, a former addict who was treated at Boston Healthcare of the Homeless Program's Suboxone clinic and now lives in supportive housing, in Boston, Massachusetts January 14, 2013. Suboxone is an opiate replacement therapy drug used to help treat opiate cravings and withdrawal. Drug overdoses have overtaken AIDS-related causes to become the leading cause of death of homeless adults, according to a study of homeless residents of Boston who received treatment from the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, though its broad conclusions apply to homeless populations in many urban parts of the United States, the study's author and homeless advocates said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY DRUGS)
USA-HEALTH/HOMELESS
RTR3CGFT
January 14, 2013
Mark Perrault (L) and registered nurse Sam Clark talk during Perrault's weekly nurse visit as part of...
Boston, UNITED STATES
Mark Perrault and a registered nurse talk as part of his treatment regimen for opiate dependency in Boston...
Mark Perrault (L) and registered nurse Sam Clark talk during Perrault's weekly nurse visit as part of his treatment regimen for opiate dependency at the Suboxone clinic at Boston Healthcare for the Homeless Program in Boston, Massachusetts January 14, 2013. Suboxone is an opiate replacement therapy drug used to help treat opiate cravings and withdrawl. Drug overdoses have overtaken AIDS-related causes to become the leading cause of death of homeless adults, according to a study of homeless residents of Boston who received treatment from the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program, though its broad conclusions apply to homeless populations in many urban parts of the United States, the study's author and homeless advocates said. REUTERS/Brian Snyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY DRUGS)
MEXICO-DRUG/ORPHANS
RTXT43Q
October 06, 2010
A little girl touches a card showing a mouth during speech therapy at the Ciudad Juarez branch of Mexico's...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
To match Special Report MEXICO-DRUG/ORPHANS
A little girl touches a card showing a mouth during speech therapy at the Ciudad Juarez branch of Mexico's DIF family development agency August 16, 2010. Neither Mexico's government nor the various independent groups studying organized crime keep track of the number of children dubbed "narco orphans," who have lost one or both parents to the drug war, yet with poor education already holding back Mexico's youth social workers worry about the impact on society of tens of thousands of kids growing up emotionally traumatized. Picture taken August 16, 2010. To match Special Report MEXICO-DRUG/ORPHANS REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS)
INDONESIA
RTR2EN3M
June 01, 2010
A child with cerebral palsy reacts in pain during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A child with cerebral palsy reacts in pain during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A child with cerebral palsy reacts in pain during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA
RTR2EN3H
June 01, 2010
A nurse assists a boy with cerebral palsy during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A nurse assists a boy with cerebral palsy during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A nurse assists a boy with cerebral palsy during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA
RTR2EN39
June 01, 2010
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA
RTR2EN36
June 01, 2010
A child with cerebral palsy reacts while standing during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A child with cerebral palsy reacts while standing during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A child with cerebral palsy reacts while standing during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta, June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA
RTR2EN32
June 01, 2010
A child with cerebral palsy moves her hand during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A child with cerebral palsy moves her hand during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A child with cerebral palsy moves her hand during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta, June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA
RTR2EN2V
June 01, 2010
A boy with cerebral palsy cries as a nurse assists him during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A boy with cerebral palsy cries as a nurse assists him during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A boy with cerebral palsy cries as a nurse assists him during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
INDONESIA
RTR2EN2L
June 01, 2010
A nurse helps a child with cerebral palsy during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A nurse helps a child with cerebral palsy during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A nurse helps a child with cerebral palsy during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMOP
June 01, 2010
A child with cerebral palsy reacts in pain during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A child with cerebral palsy reacts in pain during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A child with cerebral palsy reacts in pain during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMON
June 01, 2010
Head nurse Kristanti teaches a child with cerebral palsy about colours at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Head nurse Kristanti teaches a child with cerebral palsy about colours at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Head nurse Kristanti teaches a child with cerebral palsy about colours at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMOM
June 01, 2010
A nurse pushes a child with cerebral palsy on a wheelchair at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A nurse pushes a child with cerebral palsy on a wheelchair at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay...
A nurse pushes a child with cerebral palsy on a wheelchair at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMOL
June 01, 2010
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMOI
June 01, 2010
The feet of a child with cerebral palsy are seen at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta...
Jakarta, Indonesia
The feet of a child with cerebral palsy are seen at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta...
The feet of a child with cerebral palsy are seen at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive.REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMNZ
June 01, 2010
Children with cerebral palsy lie on mattresses during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Children with cerebral palsy lie on mattresses during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Children with cerebral palsy lie on mattresses during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMNW
June 01, 2010
Head nurse Kristanti (L) teaches a child with cerebral palsy about colours at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Head nurse Kristanti teaches a child with cerebral palsy about colours at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Head nurse Kristanti (L) teaches a child with cerebral palsy about colours at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMNQ
June 01, 2010
A nurse helps a child with cerebral palsy during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A nurse helps a child with cerebral palsy during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A nurse helps a child with cerebral palsy during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMNP
June 01, 2010
A teacher throws a ball towards children with cerebral palsy during a training session at the Palsigunung...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A teacher throws a ball towards children with cerebral palsy during a training session at the Palsigunung...
A teacher throws a ball towards children with cerebral palsy during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMNE
June 01, 2010
Nurses help a child with cerebral palsy to stand during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Nurses help a child with cerebral palsy to stand during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Nurses help a child with cerebral palsy to stand during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA
RTR2EMN0
June 01, 2010
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A child with cerebral palsy learns about colours by playing with coloured bricks at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMMX
June 01, 2010
A boy with cerebral palsy cries as a nurse assists him during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A boy with cerebral palsy cries as a nurse assists him during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation...
A boy with cerebral palsy cries as a nurse assists him during a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
INDONESIA/
RTR2EMO1
May 31, 2010
Children with cerebral palsy attend a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Children with cerebral palsy attend a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in...
Children with cerebral palsy attend a training session at the Palsigunung rehabilitation homestay in Jakarta June 1, 2010. Palsigunung homestay, founded in 1975 by Sophie Sarwono, can house about 30 patients. It treats children with cerebral palsy, a physical and mental disability, by providing them with sensory-motor therapy, and physical and speech trainings five days a week. Physical training is important as patients have limited body movements, and it could be fatal if they were to remain inactive. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
CUBA-HEALTHCARE/
RTR1R1ME
June 22, 2007
Speech and hearing impaired children who have received cochlear implants free of charge talk in between...
Havana, Cuba
Speech and hearing impaired children who have received cochlear implants free of charge talk in between...
Speech and hearing impaired children who have received cochlear implants free of charge talk in between therapy sessions at the Pradera hospital in Havana November 23, 2006. The health system built by Cuba's leader Fidel Castro's government has produced results on a par with rich nations using meager resources of a developing country. The Cuban system is extolled in filmmaker Michael Moore's new documentary "SiCKO," an indictment of U.S. health care for tending more to the profits of insurance and pharmaceutical companies than public health. Picture taken November 23, 2006 REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA-HEALTHCARE/
RTR1R1LL
June 22, 2007
A speech and hearing impaired child with a cochlear implant which he received free of charge attends...
Havana, Cuba
A speech and hearing impaired child with a cochlear implant which he received free of charge attends...
A speech and hearing impaired child with a cochlear implant which he received free of charge attends a therapy session at the Pradera hospital in Havana November 23, 2006. The health system built by Cuba's leader Fidel Castro's government has produced results on a par with rich nations using meager resources of a developing country. The Cuban system is extolled in filmmaker Michael Moore's new documentary "SiCKO," an indictment of U.S. health care for tending more to the profits of insurance and pharmaceutical companies than public health. Picture taken November 23, 2006 REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
BRITAIN
RTR13POT
April 06, 2001
Prince Edward (R) and the Countess of Wessex listen to speeches as they visit the Disability Initiative...
Camberley, UK
THE EARL AND COUNTESS OF WESSEX VISIT THE DISABILITY INITIATIVE RESOURCE CENTRE IN CAMBERLEY.
Prince Edward (R) and the Countess of Wessex listen to speeches as they visit the Disability Initiative Resource Centre in Camberley, Surrey April 6, 2001. Disability Initiative aims to offer a one-stop shop to promote independence, assesment and rehabilitation, therapies, vocational training and access to specialist equipment.

JDP/
CAMPAIGN GORE
RTR1YX2
March 06, 2000
U.S. Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore moves a microphone stand as he delivers...
New York, USA
U.S. VICE PRESIDENT GORE GIVES SPEECH TO HEALTHCARE WORKER AT HOSPITAL IN NEW YORK.
U.S. Vice President and Democratic presidential candidate Al Gore moves a microphone stand as he delivers a speech to healthcare workers during a visit to the physical therapy unit at the Lutheran Medical Center in the Brooklyn section of New York City, March 6. Gore was in New York campaigning for Tuesday's Democratic presidential election.

MS/JP
RTR7GH3
October 07, 1997
Conservative Party leader William Hague raises his hands as the Shadow Cabinet and delegates applaude...
United Kingdom
CONSERVATIVE LEADER HAGUE WAVES TO APPLAUSE
Conservative Party leader William Hague raises his hands as the Shadow Cabinet and delegates applaude him after his speech at the Conservative Party Conference October 7. The Conservatives turned their annual conference into a mass therapy session as they began to confront the reasons for their crushing election defeat five months ago.

BRITAIN CONSERVATIVES
RTR7GGS
October 07, 1997
Conservative Party leader William Hague greets former Party leader and Prime Minister John Major (L)...
United Kingdom
CONSERVATIVE LEADER HAGUE WITH MAJOR
Conservative Party leader William Hague greets former Party leader and Prime Minister John Major (L) prior to his speech as they arrive on the podium at the Conservative Party Conference October 7. The Conservatives turned their annual conference into a mass therapy session as they began to confront the reasons for their crushing election defeat five months ago.

BRITAIN CONSERVATIVES
RTR10TS
January 03, 1997
Multiple Sclerosis patient Britta Schramm (L), a speech pathologist from Los Angeles, poses with Weizmann...
UNITED STATES
MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PATIENT AT NEW DRUG ANNOUNCEMENT
Multiple Sclerosis patient Britta Schramm (L), a speech pathologist from Los Angeles, poses with Weizmann Institute associate director Barbara Lardizabal after a news conference January 3 in Los Angeles annoucing a major new drug therapy for the treatment of multiple sclerosis. The drug, Copaxone, discovered at the Weizmann Institue in Israel, is made up of four amino acids which act as a decoy on the body's nerve cells, fooling the immune system. Schramm, who has been on the drug for three years during testing, has been able to resume her normal workload. The drug will be available in early 1997.

NEW DRUG THERAPY
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