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Advances in care will reduce amputations

PETALING JAYA: Advances in wound care have reduced the chances of patients suffering from diabetic wounds having to go through their worst nightmare – amputation of a limb.

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Transplant units for govt hospitals

PETALING JAYA: Special transplant units will be set up in major government hospitals to cut the waiting time for organ transplants.

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Private hospitals unable to meet criteria imposed for organ transplants

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians hoping for an organ transplant find themselves having to go overseas because private hospitals here are struggling to meet the new criteria imposed by the Health Ministry (MOH) two years ago.

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Set aside more funds for healthcare, Govt urged

PETALING JAYA: The Government needs to allocate more of the Budget for the healthcare system.

Community

Utar holds course to update traditional Chinese medicine practitioners

Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman hosted the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Practitioners Enhancement course, organised by the Health Ministry with the TCM Competency Enhancement Module Committee, at its Sungai Long, Selangor, campus earlier this week.

Community

Utar holds course to update traditional Chinese medicine practitioners on govt regulations

UTAR hosted the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Practitioners Enhancement course, organised by the Health Ministry with the TCM Competency Enhancement Module Committee, at its Sungai Long Campus recently.

Nation

A price tag for human organs

A new Act aimed at stopping the illegal organ trade involving Malaysian patients is currently being studied by the Attorney-General’s Chambers.

Education

Healthy links for medics

THE Malaysian Medics Inter-national (MMI) aims to promote greater collaboration and establish regular dialogue with the Health Ministry and healthcare industry leaders.

Nation

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.

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Health Ministry: Anwar well enough to be treated in prison

KUALA LUMPUR: Doctors overseeing the health of Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim say he is well enough to continue serving his sentence in Sungai Buloh prison.