Dr M. Murallitharan is a public health physician and leads various medical professional and civil society organisations. He is actively engaged in health system reforms especially in dealing with non-communicable diseases.
Honorary doctorates, an equal if not bigger nightmare than PhDs
Vaccine waste: is Khairy the one to blame?
Going ‘Pink’ for breast cancer in October
Will the real Dr Ali please stand up… and show us his payslip?
ChatGPT and the democratisation of healthcare
Nicotine: why are we so bothered?
It looks like it’s all about the money, not health
Is it time for house officers in private hospitals?
Smaller meals, lower prices. Better for us all?
Let’s start building humans as well as hospitals
Ask your candidate if he or she is really a doctor
Needed: MPs who understand the health agenda
Increase in cervical cancer: another unintended consequence of Covid-19?
Stop snuggling behind the smuggling excuse