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Nationwide pilot project set to send help within 15 minutes

EXCLUSIVE: The days of a long wait for an ambulance will soon be over. The Health Ministry has started a new project with St John Ambulance Malaysia and the Malaysian Red Crescent Society to have the emergency vehicles waiting at toll plazas and other hotspots to rush to the aid of patients – in almost no time.


Not enough donors, surgeons or teams for organ transplants

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia is in critical need of more organ transplant surgeons but even if there were, there is a lack of medical teams to retrieve the organs from deceased donors.


Don’t kid with kidney failure

The number of dialysis patients will more than double by 2040 if chronic kidney disease is not properly addressed. As part of the remedy, the Government plans to boost organ transplants in the country.


Help is on the way

The world marked World Cancer Day this month, on Feb 4. In Malaysia, the fight against the disease is still an uphill climb due to a lack of oncologists and other professionals as well as low health literacy among the rakyat.


Many lives saved through ERU

KOTA KINABALU: Emergency services via air has helped save hundreds of lives.


Healing Malaysia’s healthcare system

With patients and stakeholders blaming private hospitals for the spike in healthcare costs, Sunday Star speaks to Private Hospital Association Malaysia president Datuk Dr Jacob Thomas about keeping medical care affordable and revamping the national healthcare system.


A cancer centre in every state within the next 10 years

PETALING JAYA: Every state hospital in the country will have a cancer centre within the next five to 10 years.


Act to ensure country has regulations on artificial reproduction

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will soon join the ranks of countries like Canada, Australia, Singapore and Germany that have laws to govern artificial reproduction.


Hospitals are well prepared, says ministry

PETALING JAYA: Hospitals are well prepared to handle the spike in dengue cases and have contingency plans in place, said the Health Ministry.


Open talk on sale of kidney

A letter from LOONG SI CHIN, Rawang, Selangor.