Headache over lack of specialised medical practitioners

A team of surgeons operating on a patient.

While not all is well in the country which is lacking in the number of specialist doctors, plans are now underway to treat the problem.

THE numbers are nowhere near enough and if the situation isn’t rectified soon, Malaysia is going to face a chronic shortage of medical specialists to treat its patients.

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