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KL and Singapore to work together on SARS

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Telemedicine the way to go

Surgical procedures involving robots, which have been the stuff of science documentaries and even TV shows over the past decade, are now becoming a reality in Malaysia with the development of telemedicine here.


Clansmen back Ong and Chan

THE country#8217;s seven largest Chinese clansman associations have given their seal of approval to the new MCA leadership headed by president Datuk Seri Ong Ka Ting and deputy president Datuk Chan Kong Choy reports Nanyang Siang Pau.


Recipients of SARS payment being decided

The Health Ministry is currently identifying those eligible to receive the special allowance for SARS medical personnel, provided for in the recently announced economic stimulus package.a href=>Click here for more reports on SARS/ahr noshade size=1 width=60% align=center>


Business rivalry theory behind contractor's murder

Police believe business rivalry was the motive for the murder of a contractor who was found shot dead at a construction site near the Damansara toll plaza on Monday.


AGM deferred

The Malaysian Indian Artistes Association has postponed its annual general meeting scheduled for Thursday after one of its senior members died on Monday.


Seaman's family quarantined

Family members of a Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN) seaman have been quarantined although his death last week was deemed to be non-SARS-related.


Vital to understand definition of SARS

The public should not immediately think they have SARS if they have pneumonia-like symptoms in the coming months with the onset of the dengue and influenza season, said Universiti Malaya#8217;s professor of medical microbiology Datuk Dr Lam Sai Kit.--------------------------------------


Consult doc on symptoms, says virologist

Those who develop high fever and respiratory symptoms should go to a hospital to check for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) instead of trying to quarantine themselves at home.


Docs and professor to give SARS talks

The public can get a first-hand understanding of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) situation and its impact on the doctor, patient and the community at a symposium on Saturday.