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OFT-TIMES, in the face of adversity and crisis, the most Malaysian thing to do is put our differences aside and work together to overcome them. This is most apparent during natural disasters, or monsoon floods
We take a look at how two men fare in the female-dominated field of nursing.
PARIS (Reuters) - Some EU countries still want Brussels to strike a deal to buy Valneva's COVID-19 vaccine candidate despite a recent setback in talks, as the bloc aim to shore up and diversify supplies, sources familiar with the talks told Reuters.
The country’s pharmaceutical industry is expanding its production capacity as it gears up to produce 5 billion doses by the end of next yearProviding vaccines to poorer countries could boost Beijing’s influence – but it will first have to prove that its drugs meet international standards
PARIS (Reuters) -Valneva on Tuesday reported positive results for its COVID-19 vaccine in early stage clinical trials and said it planned to launch a Phase Three trial this month.
The Nipah virus disease outbreak in 1998 was successfully contained, but this infectious disease has not actually gone away.
The inclusion of a new hexavalent vaccine in the National Immunisation Programme means that babies need to get jabbed less from now on.
PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry has warned the public not to be swayed by “fake” flyers being distributed by unknown quarters claiming that China vaccines are unreliable.
VIENTIANE, Aug 2 (The Vientiane Times/ANN): Well-known Laos researcher and lecturer in the field of medicine, Associate Prof Dr Mayfong Mayxay has been awarded a visiting professorship by the University of Oxford.
GEORGE TOWN: For some, carnivorous plants have become a novel way to battle chikungunya fever.