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Baby Ainul Mardhiah returns from London, taken to HKL

'Germ cell tumour' baby doing fine, says dad after 12-hour flight.

Overcrowding at government hospitals

More patients seeking treatment at emergency and trauma departments mean more admissions to government hospitals and higher expenditure.

Could marijuana be an effective pain alternative to prescription medications?

New research shows marijuana could be an effective treatment for pain and insomnia.

Sri Lanka complain to ICC about pitch, hotel

The Sri Lanka cricket team is very unhappy about the treatment in which they received by World Cup organisers.

Jail should be last resort, says drug policy reform advocate

Samantha Chong says if a youth has a drug use disorder, treatment and counselling should be better.

Ensure MySalam and Peka B40 meet patient needs

Both schemes appear to fall short, so the government should monitor their implementation and make sure they really benefit the needy in the Bottom 40 group.

Treatment prevents sexual HIV transmission among gay men

Researchers estimate the antiretroviral treatment prevented around 470 HIV transmissions within couples during the study period.

Christchurch shooting victim Tarmizi discharged from hospital

However, he has to use crutches because there are still bullet fragments in his buttocks.

Health ministry studying ways to reduce cancer treatment costs in private...

They include efforts to amend drug control procedures that directly affect treatment costs.

Over 500 warded for toxic fumes in Johor

The health minister denies a report that a victim has died.

Bale’s agent blasts Real Madrid fans over treatment of Welsh star

Bale has won four Champions League trophies and scored 101 goals in 218 appearances since joining Real Madrid in 2013.

Study: Nearly half of children with cancer untreated

There are some 400,000 news cases of childhood cancer each year, but barely half are logged in national health registries.

Govt subsidises cancer treatment for poor by 95%, says health ministry

Deputy Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye says the government welcomes any funds initiated by the private sector to help defray cancer treatment costs.

MP repeats call for fund to help cancer patients

Cancer is the second most common cause of death in Malaysia after heart disease.

It’s never just about cancer

Cancer elicits a cascade of events, thoughts and emotions which are often insufficiently addressed.

Court to decide on Monday if Musa Aman can get back...

The former Sabah chief minister has applied for a temporary release of his passport to enable him to continue medical treatment overseas.

Pastor charged with sexually assaulting 24-year-old

The pastor, who pleaded not guilty to the charge at the Sessions Court today, faces a maximum jail term of 30 years if found guilty.

8 breakthrough treatments for heart disease

These heart-disease treatment breakthroughs can potentially pave the way for better prognosis in individuals with cardiovascular diseases.

China slams ‘inhumane’ treatment of Huawei executive

Huawei has denied any ties to the Chinese government, but many in Washington and other Western capitals are sceptical and have raised security concerns.

Erectile dysfunction: Treatments that work wonders

Besides counselling and medication, there are vacuum devices and surgery that can solve the worrying issue of ED in men.

Zimbabwe’s Mugabe in Singapore for medical treatment, unable to walk

During his later years in power, Mugabe made several medical trips to Singapore.

Only 50% of people with HIV seek treatment and here’s why,...

The Malaysian AIDS Council says some 50,000 Malaysians with HIV/AIDS are reluctant to seek treatment despite government initiatives to provide free medication.

Managing the emotional burden of breast cancer treatment

The first step is to consciously acknowledge the five stages of grief you may encounter i.e. denial, anger, depression, the need to bargain and finally, acceptance.

Sultan Nazrin Shah to be acting king

He will exercise the functions in absence of Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Muhammad V, who will be resting following treatment during that period.

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