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MALAYSIA'S capital city is continuously improving its services and facilities to meet standards that will please both visitors and local citizens. In this third and last part of a series, Datuk Bandar DATUK MOHMAD SHAID MOHD TAUFEK talks about what it takes to make Kuala Lumpur a worldclass city.
PARALYSED actor of the big-screen I>Superman /I>series Christopher Reeve landed in Australia last week, courtesy of the New South Wales state authorities, to urge Australians to support stem cell research, and the more contentious practice of therapeutic cloning, reported BBC World Service radio.
I>StarTwo/Ijournalist LOH FOON FONG received the World Health Organisation Journalism Fellowship recently and visited Switzerland and Sweden to study their healthcare systems. She submitted a report on I>Building an Innovative Healthcare System: Optiions for Malaysia/Iwhich will appear in three weekly segments.
A National Patient Safety Council has been set up to identify problems in #8220;adverse cases#8221; so that healthcare providers can learn from the mistakes.
Giant businesses may be squeezing their smaller counterparts out of the market in many sectors, but trust the pharmaceutical industry to come up with a pill for every ill. While independent pharmacies may not have as much muscle as the big guys, they have innovative ways to stay afloat in an increasingly competitive business world, reports LEONG SHEN-LI.