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Malaysia has 3.6 million diabetics, says Dzulkefly

KUALA LUMPUR: Some 3.6 million Malaysians are suffering from diabetes, the highest rate of incidence in Asia and one of the highest in the world, said Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.

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Villagers plant orchids and ‘harvest gold’

Beijing: It is still early spring in southwestern China’s Guizhou province, but the forest in Zhegui village is already filled with vitality: oak trunks covered with orchid-like stalks, with branches swaying in the breeze.

Education

Aid for students

IN line with its mission to provide access to world-class education to all Malaysian students, and to lessen the financial burden for students from average-income families, INTI International College Penang recently presented scholarships to more than 200 students from its January 2019 intake.

Education

Talk on medicine

MEDxUM is organising a conference with the theme, ‘‘Faces of Medicine’’.

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US cancer centre ousts three over data theft

HOUSTON: A prominent cancer center in Houston has ousted three of five scientists whom federal authorities identified as being involved in Chinese efforts to steal American research.

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Duo receive honorary citizenship from Singapore

SINGAPORE: An American doctor and a British engineer were made honorary citizens of Singapore – the highest form of recognition for foreigners – for their contributions to post-graduate medical education and engineering research and development.

World

Scientology cruise ship faces renewed quarantine at home port in Curacao

(Reuters) - A Church of Scientology cruise ship quarantined by the Caribbean nation of St. Lucia for measles is due to arrive on Saturday back at its home port on the island of Curacao, where it will face similar restrictions, a top health official there said.

Business

UEM Edgenta bullish despite trade war

PETALING JAYA: Trade war fears between the United States and China are crushing sentiment and the markets, but UEM Edgenta Bhd is confident that it will record double-digit growth in profit this year.

Nation

Pricey problems with medicine

A global ‘war’ on exorbitant drug prices looks set to be sparked at a meeting in Geneva tomorrow.

Education

Centre named after Cheah

THE Cambridge University Biomedical Science Centre is being named after Sunway Group founder and chairman Tan Sri Jeffrey Cheah (pic).