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When you are diagnosed with a terminal disease, it’s not unusual to grasp at any straw that offers a chance of survival, but please don’t believe these myths.
This mother of two young daughters considers herself middle class, but still struggles with finances when it comes to her stage 4 cancer.
She started off with just having a love for beautiful shoes. Today, Nelissa Hilman owns her own brand and is fast on the way to making a mark in the Malaysian footwear scene.
Studies have shown that the dengue vaccine saves governments money in the management of dengue fever.
Smaller cuts, less cost and faster recovery are among the advantages of a minimally-invasive coronary artery bypass.
Interhospital synergy can help improve outcomes in heart attacks, especially when a patient has the option of treatment with angioplasty.
Interventional oncology, a sub-speciality of radiology, is being touted as the fourth pillar in cancer treatment.
Any breakdown in hygiene habits could lead to infected migrant workers that handle food regularly passing on their intestinal parasites to unsuspecting customers.
The first successful haplo-identical bone marrow transplant in the country brings new hope to patients who do not have fully-matched bone marrow donors.