The EU accession countries persist in using hopelessly outdated treatments–such as inhumane cage beds–to treat people with mental disabilities. The mental health care systems in these countries must be improved. BUDAPEST, Hungary–The eight post-communist countries that next year will join the European Union have made tremendous progress in building democracy and market economy. But at […]
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