Prof John Wass, Barbara Albert and Dr. Emily Parker examined unemployment rates among people returning to work with a variety of long-term endocrine conditions, Addison’s disease, Cushing’s disease, craniopharyngioma , and Klinefelter’s syndrome. In a group of 130 patients, the study found a high unemployment rate .8 percent reported a period of unemployment, which was related to their disease, and only 40 percent of 130 patients had entered or re-entered employment after a period of unemployment. Researcher Prof John Wass, Consultant Endocrinologist, Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust, said: ‘Long-term unemployment is a big problem for people with chronic diseases more people should have to work a return to the following diagnosis and more physicians to encourage and support their.

Long-term unemployment with long-term conditions need to see more support that work, EnglandA new study has a significant deficiency in patients with life-long but treatable conditions again identified taking up a job. The research will be presented at the annual meeting of Society for Endocrinology BES meeting in Manchester. Led by Professor John Wass of the Churchill Hospital, the group found that half of the patients with chronic endocrine conditions returned to work.Medical evidence in that ESLD been associated with increased cardiovascular risk and CAD in the up to 28 percent of of this patient group reported with the last 50 years with the highest prevalence. More studies have shown that is situated in spite medical management or surgical revascularization, which three-year mortality of patients with CAD who receive liver transplants, 26 percent to 50 percent. In addition, heart bypass operation before transplantation exacerbate increasing hepatic failure and increase mortality risk. Bare metal research the first the feasibility and safety PCI for patients with ESLD and thrombocytopenia, candidates for liver transplantation demonstrating,’said Babak Azarbal, interventional cardiologist at Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre and senior author of.

The project is demonstrated at the recent the two hundred and forty second nation Meeting & Exposition the American Chemical Society , which was presented in Denver.