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In Your Face

A 'rare' report card for the Pakatan government

After a year in power, has the Pakatan administration done right by Malaysians born with rare disorders?

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Vaccinations - a vital line of defence

Mandatory immunisations are a good idea. Here's some reasons why.

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Why caring about rare disorders matters

February 28 is Rare Disorders Day around the world. I spoke to Malaysians on the front lines of the fight against rare disorders to learn how we can help.

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Three goals we can score as Malaysians in 2019

Instead of resolutions focused on ourselves, why don't we set goals that'll make this year a good year for all of us?

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What will it take to build a truly harmonious Malaysia

We all have a part to play to stem the rhetoric of hate.

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I am 33 - and I just had a stroke

Don't assume strokes only happen to those who are middle-aged or the elderly. Considering 52,000 Malaysians are affected annually, the right knowledge can save lives

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Millennials can beat the odds by working together

It is perhaps time for young Malaysians to take a we-first approach to overcome our generation’s challenges.

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Stopping suicide, saving lives

Can we save our loved ones from ending their own lives? Yes, we can if we're open to learning how.

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Next step – a nation that cares for all

May 9 should mark the beginning of a new era for every Malaysian, including people with disabilities and rare disorders.

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Unite and #StandTogether

National Kindness Week can be a real success if students are taught the power of empathy.

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Defending your property has its limits

Before turning a home into a fortress with DIY security, consider the legal pitfalls.

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Why we should care about rare disorders

THERE’S a proverb in the medical world – when one hears hoofbeats, one should look for horses, not zebras.