Why we need to tackle the global phenomenon of multi-morbidity
Nick Evans Freelance writer
Multi-morbidity rates continue to rise, so a change is needed in our approach to give whole-person care rather than treating conditions in isolation
It goes without saying that growing numbers of people are living with long-term conditions.
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