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New skills centre a boon to medical students

PENANG Medical College (PMC) has opened a centre in Taman Kelisa Emas, near Seberang Jaya Hospital.


A step closer to healing the sick

INSPIRED by those in the medical profession who gave their all to save lives during the severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) outbreak in 2003, a young girl decided to become a doctor.


Free clinic for all

IT was a series of fortunate events that convinced a group of like-minded Sikh medical personnel to open a free medical clinic in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.


Make hay while the sun shines

It’s up to the people to chart Sarawak’s economic destiny.


No to pharmacy Bill

KOTA KINABALU: Non-governmental organisations in the state are against the tabling of the Pharmacy Bill that advocates separation in the dispensing of medicine.


Hit-and-run victim hopes to walk again

LORRY driver S. Nathankumar is determined to walk again after a hit-and-run accident last month left him bedridden.


Exact cause still a mystery

Endometriosis is a debilitating disease brought on by chronic inflammation because of the migration of the endometrial tissue.


Labour of love

AS early as 3.30am, they were already at the Penang International Airport and waiting for the next flight out to Kelantan. After helping to distribute the essential items to flood victims the whole day, they flew back home, and only reached Penang at about midnight the next day.


Need for more doctors

MORE efforts need to be made to train Sarawakians in the medical field in order to address the shortage of doctors in the state.


When patients get impatient

OUTPATIENTS, mostly senior citizens, visiting the Penang Hospital are a frustrated lot for having to wait for over an hour before they are able to enter the outpatient clinic.