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Shortage of oncology drugs and IC units in Greece’s public hospitals

Shortcomings in public hospitals postpone scheduled treatments that are life saving for several groups of patients like those suffering from cancer. According to a statement issued by the Athens Medical Association (ISA),  medical staff and patients at Laiko Hospital in Athens informed the ISA of the frequent  shortage of oncology …

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Greece favors IMF withdrawal from bailout, Govt spokesman says

Greece’s left-led government says it would welcome a decision by the International Monetary Fund to pull out of the country’s bailout program, which is bogged down in disagreements on further spending cuts. Government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos is blaming the Washington-based fund for “pointless delays” in the negotiations. Athens hopes a …

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Greece’s banks to radically modernize ATMS

ATMs in Greece are to be radically modernized and offer a series of transactions possibilities that are currently being offered only at the bank counter. The country’s banks plan to replace the ATMs inside and outside the bank branches with a new generation of automated teller machines offering multiple transactions …

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