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ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Some Turks are struggling to buy medicines as the industry warns that stocks are shrinking after an "unsustainable" crash in the lira has pushed up import prices and disrupted supplies.
IT’S true that when young government contract doctors walked out from hospitals nationwide two months ago on Sept 26, they were protesting the lack of job security and career progression.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Christine, a 28-year-old nurse in the Lebanese army, used to spend about a quarter of her salary on life-saving medication for her parents who both have severe heart conditions.
Here's a look at the news highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Tuesday (Nov 16)
Coronavirus: parents should also have option of BioNTech vaccine, Hong Kong pharmacists’ group says as city weighs Sinovac shot for 3-year-olds
Hong Kong parents should also have the option of BioNTech jabs for their younger children, a pharmacists’ association chief has suggested ahead of a meeting expected to determine if those as young as three will be allowed to take the Sinovac vaccine.
BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): The Public Health Ministry has signed a memorandum of understanding with Rx Leaf World Medica on setting up an unparalleled international medical cannabis research centre.
A pharmacy professor is developing a video game that can help hospitals identify shoddy drugs, by simulating the drug R&D process to see if companies cut corners.
PETALING JAYA: Medical practitioners and members of the public have been warned against using Ivermectin to treat Covid-19 following a clinical study that confirmed its ineffectiveness against the illness.