- Jul 14, 2020
Every summer, dozens of physicians from Poland spend their vacation treating under-served patients in Africa. Dr. Bartek Guzik, a full-time cardiologist in one of the busiest hospitals in Poland, is one of them.
A recent Vatican conference looked at care for babies with severe life-limiting conditions.
The professional body for doctors in the U.K. dropped its traditional opposition to assisted suicide, despite a poll that found a majority of its members remain opposed to the practice.
In the spirit of Christmas giving, Pope Francis has opened a new medical center for the poor and homeless near the Vatican, offering emergency and first aid services to those who require medical help.
Landon Roussel is a pioneer in direct primary care, where doctors directly bill their patients without the intermediary of insurance companies, and the owner and chief medical officer of Communitas Primary Care. He spoke to Crux about a different way of paying for healthcare.
Catholic experts have called for palliative care to become standard around the world.