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Health poverty quite serious, says expert

THE goals of health work and basic health service have fallen far behind the GDP achievements, said Hu Angang, director of National Conditions Study Centre under CAS and professor of Tsinghua University, in the magazine I>Transition./I>

Sarawak's specialised care centre in three years

Sarawak is poised to provide a highly specialised tertiary healthcare system when the proposed Sarawak International Medical Centre (SIMC) is ready in three years.

Public view on healthcare scheme sought

The Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) is seeking the public's input on the proposed National Health Financing Scheme through a conference coming up in September.

'Virus hunter' and professor share top science award

#8220;Virus hunter#8221; Professor Datuk Dr Lam Sai Kit and chemical engineering professor Dr Mohd Ali Hashim emerged as joint winners of the National Science Awards 2001.

Tribute and tears for SARS heroes

THEY came wreathed with wide smiles of relief, clutching picnic baskets, eager to close the chapter of Singapore's battle with SARS.

New pharmacists need to undergo government service

Newly-registered pharmacists will have to undergo a three-year mandatory service in the public sector from early next year to help overcome the shortage faced by public health institutions, Health Minister Datuk Chua Jui Meng said.

A win-win-win formula

THE Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) is committed to help Penang realise a long-term plan of setting up a college of health sciences.

Expert to hold self-healing retreat

Iridologist and self-healing proponent Ray Kent will be teaching his methods of healthy living at a four-day, three-night retreat at the Mines Beach Resort and Spa.

Outbreak revealed flaws

The management of SARS outbreak in hospitals is good preparation for any future outbreaks as it revealed some weaknesses in the healthcare system, Kuala Lumpur Hospital director Dr Ramlee Rahmat said.

It's back to normal with SARS-free declaration from WHO

All control measures put in place to control the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak in Malaysia will cease immediately as the World Health Organisation has declared the world free from the virus.