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Following his father's stroke in 1991, filial piety and a deep love for his family led Rozhan Annuar Abdullah to put his dreams on hold and abandon plans to study overseas.
The medical team on duty at the10th Organisation of the Islamic Conference(OIC) is prepared to evacuate an emergency case by air immediately, said medical services team head co-ordinator Dr Abu Hassan Asaari Abdullah.
AN INGENIOUS wheelchair that balances itself and even climbs stairs went on display a couple of weeks ago, for the first time, in Britain. The Independence iBot 3000, manufactured in the United States, awed audiences at the Independent Living exhibition at London#8217;s Wembley Conference Centre recently.
Budget 2004 shows that the Government took heed of the disabled community who presented their case at one of the pre-budgetsessions. But, writes SOO EWE JIN who was in the meeting with them, this cannot be seen as just Dr Mahathir#8217;s final goodwill gestures, it must be seen as putting a clear policy in place for the disabled community.
There's a void that exists in caring for patients, especially elderly patients, in the time immediately after their discharge from hospital and before they fully recover from illness. Now there's a home care service that provides care for such patients at home while updating and giving feedback on the patient's recovery to the health care provider. PAUL YEO reports.
COLIN KHOO visits a superstore with a difference, one that caters to the needs of people with health and mobility problems.
An RM50 #8216;investment#8217; for an RM500,000 Porsche sports car has been the talk of the town, reports LI EE KEE.