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Burn-out: Sources and notes

- Guéritault-chalvin V. and Cooper C. (2004) To better understand professional burnout and new prevention strategies: a review of the literature, Journal of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy, 14, 2, 59-70.

- Work on equal terms. Suffering at work: how to react. By Marie Pézé, Rachel Sada and Nicolas Sandret. Edition: The Times Change, Pearson.

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Raynaud's disease: sources and notes - Diseases
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Raynaud's disease: sources and notes

- Devulder B., Vascular Medicine, Phenomenon of Raynaud, pp. 281-285, Masson, 1998. Block J., Sequeria W., Raynaud's phenomenon, Lancet, 2001, 557, 2042-2048. - The phenomenon of Raynaud, Sprynger M., Medical Journal of Liege; 2004, 59, 6: 378-384.
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Duchenne muscular dystrophy

Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy) is one of the many genetic diseases that afflict several hundred children in France each year. Duchenne muscular dystrophy is a serious disease that destroys muscles. She can not be healed now. It is linked to an anomaly of the DMD gene. This gene is responsible for the production of a protein involved in the support of muscle cells involved in the contraction of the muscle, that is to say muscle fibers
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Sarcoidosis: the symptoms

It is not uncommon for a person suffering from sarcoidosis not to show, at the beginning of the disease, symptoms allowing a precise diagnosis. Symptoms of Besnier-Boeck-Schaumann disease (BBS) can vary greatly from person to person. There may even be no typical symptoms at first, especially in case of chronic sarcoidosis
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Endometriosis: the testimony of a patient

The testimony of Clara, 36 years old and pregnant for 5 months. How did you discover your endometriosis? In fact, I have always had painful, abundant and painful periods. But I did not pay more attention. My mother, too, had painful periods, my sisters, too. I thought it was like that ... for everyone
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