medical access

medical access

The right or ability of an individual to obtain medical and health care services.
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JWC began as a collective of patients and growers under the Marihuana Medical Access Regulations (the precursor to ACMPR).
Last Thursday an aerial strike on Kafr Nabl hospital made it the 30th facility to be bombed durng the campaign, leaving hundreds of thousands with no medical access, according to aid groups.
What's more, despite strict laws on medical access that have only recently begun to be relaxed, the UK actually produced some 95 tonnes of legal cannabis in 2016, making it the world's largest exporter.
class="twitter-tweet" readability="8.6237942122186 Mr President, your DOH secretary/Philhealth chairman was Philhealth president in 2004 when P500M in OWWA funds was illegally used to buy Philhealth cards bearing ex-PGMA's picture with the acronym GMA (Greater Medical Access) and GMA Para sa Masa, Para sa Lahat.
Medical access aside, these units function in much the same way as traditional drug stores, as they include such services as in-store pharmacies along with a range of conventional drug store products.
When the cities of Eufaula and Atoka faced challenges with their local hospitals, Keith stepped up to fill the gaps and ensure that medical access would still be available to those areas.
For instance, in their 2015 paper "How Increasing Medical Access to Opioids Contributes to the Opioid Epidemic: Evidence from Medicare Part D," David Powell, Rosalie Liccardo Pacula, and Erin Taylor found that states with higher take-up rates for Medicare Part D were associated with greater drug abuse for non-retirees as well.
Most of these children die as a result of malnutrition or lack of medical access.
Monique Villa said denying her medical access, including for new lumps found in her breasts in December, was a form of torture.
Six UN experts reiterated calls for the pair's immediate release as they called on Tehran to give them medical access "in light of their serious health concerns".

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