Health in Portugal
According to the latest Human Development Report, the average life expectancy in 2014 was 80.0 years. The Portuguese Health Care System was ranked number 12 in overall performance by the World Health ...
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Drug policy of Portugal
The drug policy of Portugal was put in place in 2000, and was legally effective from July 2001. The new law maintained the status of illegality for using or possessing any drug for personal use withou...
Water supply and sanitation in Portugal
This article was written in 2008 and has been partly updated since. Please feel free to update it further.The Water supply and sanitation services in Portugal have seen important advances in access to...
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Óscar Moreno
Óscar Moreno (Porto, November 16, 1878 - Porto, May 26, 1971), was a Portuguese urologist, doctor, scientist and chemist.
Moreno was born in Porto, in the parish of Victoria, the son of Joseph Law...
Hospital Pulido Valente
Hospital Pulido Valente is a hospital located in Lisbon, Portugal. It is dedicated mainly to Pulmonary Care Medicine, being the biggest hospital of this speciality in Portugal.The main problems of thi...
Portuguese abortion referendum, 2007
An abortion referendum took place in Portugal on 11 February 2007, to decide whether to legalise abortion up to ten weeks. The referendum was the fulfillment of an election pledge by the governing Soc...
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Fernando Nobre
Fernando José de La Vieter Ribeiro Nobre (born 16 December 1951) is a Portuguese doctor who is the founder and president of the Portuguese NGO AMI (Global Humanitarian Action). In 2007 he was voted as...
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Francisco Luís Gomes
Francisco Luís Gomes (Konkani: फ़्रान्सिस्को लूईस गोमॆस; 31 May 1829 – 30 September 1869) was a Portuguese physician, writer, historian, economist, political scientist and MP in the Portuguese pa...
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António Mendes Correia
António Mendes Correia (1888 - 1960) was a Portuguese anthropologist, physician and scientist.
Hospitais da Universidade de Coimbra
The Hospitais da Universidade de Coimbra or HUC (Hospitals of the University of Coimbra), is a university hospital belonging to the University of Coimbra, Portugal. This complex is known as a centre o...
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António Egas Moniz
António Caetano de Abreu Freire Egas Moniz (29 November 1874 – 13 December 1955), known as Egas Moniz ([ˈɛɣɐʒ muˈniʃ]), was a Portuguese neurologist and the developer of cerebral angiography. He is re...
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Centro Hospitalar de Coimbra
The Centro Hospitalar de Coimbra (C.H.C.) is a hospital centre in Coimbra, Portugal. This complex has a broad range of clinical services and medical specialties distributed across three main hospitals...
João-Maria Nabais
João-Maria Nabais is a Portuguese doctor and writer, noted as an expert in the history of medicine, history of sephardic medical doctors and for his poetry.
Nabais graduated in medicine and surger...
Decree-Law 15/93
The Decree-Law 15/93 of January 22 (Portuguese: Decreto-Lei n.º 15/93, de 22 de Janeiro) is a Portuguese drug control law implementing the 1988 United Nations Convention Against Illicit Traffic in...
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2009 flu pandemic in Portugal
As of 4 May, there has been one confirmed case in Lisbon, Portugal, but it did not represent any concern, because the risk of transmission was no longer present at that time.On 1 June, Ana Jorge, the ...
2009 flu pandemic in Portugal - Wikipedia
Albino Aroso
Albino Aroso Ramos (Canidelo, Vila do Conde, 22 February 1923 – Porto, 26 December 2013) was a Portuguese doctor and politician, known as the "father of family planning in Portugal".In 2006 he was aw...
Capital punishment in Portugal
Capital punishment has been utterly abolished in Portugal, as in every other member state of the European Union.The method of capital punishment used in Portugal was by hanging. Portugal was the first...
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José Gerson da Cunha
José Gerson da Cunha (2 February 1844 – 3 August 1900) was a Goan physician who achieved international renown as an orientalist, historian, linguist and numismatist.
José Gerson da Cunha was ...