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Six-month rural stint for doctors

SARIKEI: The Government had approved in a recent Cabinet meeting to shorten the minimum period for doctors posting to rural areas from one year to six months.


1Malaysia clinics to go on operating without doctors (Update)

1Malaysia clinics will go on operating without doctors.


U.S. urges doctors to report misleading drug pitches

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. health officials are encouraging physicians to report misleading promotions from pharmaceutical salespeople who pitch medicines in doctors' offices or over dinner.


Groovy doctors

ANY sane person would surely run away from doctors who call themselves i>tiga suku /i>(half-baked).


Action taken against 13 errant doctors last year: Health DG

Two doctors were struck off the medical register last year and 11 others suspended or reprimanded for a number of offences, said Malaysian Medical Council president Tan Sri Dr Ismail Merican in a statement on Monday


MMC acts against 13 doctors for various offences

The Malaysian Medical Council has acted against 13 doctors - including striking the names of two of them off the medical register - for various offences last year.


Saravanan "catches" two doctors not doing their jobs

Deputy Federal Territories Minister Datuk M. Saravanan 'caught' two doctors at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital emergency department reading newspapers and doing their own stuff instead of attending to more than 20 patients who were waiting for treatment.


Peru's doctors end long strike after Humala grants pay hike

LIMA (Reuters) - Doctors in Peru returned to work on Monday after wresting promises of better pay from President Ollanta Humala and credited congressional leadership for helping end the 33-day-strike.


Madsa: Let doctors prescribe health supplements

Doctors must be allowed to prescribe health supplements as there are patients who need them for a healthier lifestyle and to maintain their health.


Gabbing doctors not helping patients, study finds

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Too much personal talk by doctors can be bad medicine, according to a study published on Monday in which U.S. researchers sent actors posing as new patients to see doctors in secretly recorded visits.