Chevron named first ‘Global Fund Corporate Champion,’ VOA News reports VOA News reports on a March 20 panel conference in Washington, D.C., that highlighted the contributions of corporations and nongovernmental agencies to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis health state . Chevron, which includes ‘invested $30 million for the three-season period between 2008 and 2011 and offers pledged another $25 million through 2013,’ was identified at the conference as ‘the 1st Global Fund Corporate Champion,’ regarding to VOA .org with permission from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.
As far as we know, this kind or kind of measuring instrument has not been found in this context before. What also makes our study unique is the high response rate, over 80 %, and the long follow-up period,’ says Johanna Skoogh. The experts behind the study do not rule out the fact that various other cognitive functions, such as concentration and memory, may be suffering from high doses of chemotherapy also. ‘Instead we believe language might be especially delicate when to identify cognitive impairment. In the end, language is a thing that we use every day, that will be why we are quick to notice when our speech function has been affected,’ says Johanna Skoogh.. Chemotherapy linked to speech difficulties among tumor patients Patients who have received high doses of chemotherapy could find it harder expressing themselves verbally, according to new analysis from the Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden.