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Scientists declare nearly 400 medical practices 'ineffective'
Researchers have pinpointed almost 400 common medical practices that are actually ineffective, a new study shows.
Iranian medical academy writes to UN about ‘unjust’ US sanctions
The Academy of Medical Sciences of Iran wrote to the UN to complain about the illegal sanctions imposed by the US against the Iranian people, saying the restrictive measures have adversely affected the medical treatment of Iranian patients.
Bahraini death row prisoners denied medical care for over three weeks: Report
An imprisoned Bahraini political activist, who is on the Manama regime’s death row and could be executed at any time, is reportedly being denied appropriate healthcare and pain-relief medication.
Real cost of heart attacks, strokes double direct medical expense
The full financial cost of a heart attack or stroke is twice as much as the medical costs when lost work time for patients and caregivers is included.
Illegal reuse of medical plastic a health risk
Every year on International Consumer Rights Day, China Central Television broadcasts a consumer rights protection program. This year's show included a report on a business chain that connects plastic medical waste on one end with plastic articles for everyday use on the other.
Cancer survivors face significant hardships related to medical bills
New research indicates that cancer survivors carry greater financial burdens related to medical debt payments and bills compared with individuals without a cancer history, with the greatest hardships in younger survivors.
Your medical supplies could soon arrive by drone
Whether they are disrupting flights at London's Gatwick Airport or racing around stadiums in one of the world's newest sports, drones are being put to use in an ever wider variety of ways.
Chinese medical tech platform WuXi AppTec launches $1b HK listing
Shanghai-listed Chinese medical tech platform WuXi AppTec launched a Hong Kong listing of up to $1.06 billion, braving weak markets and testing investor sentiment after a string of badly performing IPOs.
Britain’s medical watchdog chief faces calls to step down over Bawa-Garba case
Hospital doctors are calling for the head of Britain’s medical regulator to stand down over his handling of the case of a pediatrician who was struck off following the death of a six-year-old boy.
One in four in UK too scared to seek medical help over cancer symptom
Despite discovering a potential symptom of cancer, half the UK population would not seek medical help with many too afraid that they may be wasting a doctor’s time by raising it.
Japanese medical school allegedly rigged exams to keep women out
The education minister of Japan condemned gender discrimination following reports that Tokyo Medical University allegedly rigged entrance exam scores to lower the ratio of female students.
China orders medical institutions to stop using recalled Huahai-made drug
China’s health regulator on Monday said all domestic medical institutions must cooperate with authorities and not use the valsartan blood and heart drug made by Zhejiang Huahai Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. that could pose cancer risks.
Health minister confers with Azerbaijan president
Minister of Health, Treatment and Medical Education Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi was received by President Ilham Aliyev on Friday on the second day of his visit to Azerbaijan Republic.
ICRC sending surgeons, supplies to Gaza to meet overwhelming medical needs
To help with an overwhelming rise in medical needs in Gaza, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is sending two surgical teams, additional medical specialists and an influx of supplies to fortify medical facilities struggling to assist residents affected by the recent violence.

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