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Malaysia first to approve use of Ravida to treat Hepatitis C

Malaysia first to approve use of Ravida to treat Hepatitis C

The wellbeing service’s Drug Control Authority has allowed contingent enlistment for the Ravida Tablet 200mg, made out of ravidasvir hydrochloride, to treat ongoing Hepatitis C (HCV). As per wellbeing chief general Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah, Malaysia is the primary country on the planet to endorse the utilization of Ravida close …

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How Uncle Pak Chee got his shot – and moment of fame

How Uncle Pak Chee got his shot – and moment of fame

Yau Pak Chee, 73, consistently rides his old bike close to the inoculation community (PPV) at the Indera Mulia Stadium to purchase food just as meet his companions. He would cycle for about 2km from his home in Ipoh Garden to the PPV and one day, the previous sales rep …

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Orphanage employee faces 100 charges of sexual assault

Orphanage employee faces 100 charges of sexual assault

A worker at a shelter was charged in the meetings court here today with 100 tallies of physical and non-actual rape on two minors between November 2020 and April this year. The 35-year-old blamed asserted preliminary after the charges were perused under the watchful eye of Judge N Priscilla Hemamalini. …

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Johor, Penang govt excos give up salary for Covid-19 relief

Johor, Penang govt excos give up salary for Covid-19 relief

The Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah has complimented two Malaysian cadet officials on their achievement in getting into US military institutes this year. As Supreme Commander of the military, the King communicated pleasure and pride over the accomplishments of Mohamad Khairel Adha Mohd Khairee and Nicholas Ong. …

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King congratulates 2 for entry into US military academies

King congratulates 2 for entry into US military academies

The Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah has praised two Malaysian cadet officials on their accomplishment in getting into US military institutes this year. As Supreme Commander of the military, the King communicated enjoyment and pride over the accomplishments of Mohamad Khairel Adha Mohd Khairee and Nicholas Ong. …

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Digitalisation, drugs driving HIV rates among young males

Digitalisation and the utilization of medications are among the critical elements for the h

Digitalisation and the utilization of medications are among the critical elements for the high number of HIV cases among young fellows who have intercourse with men (MSM) in metropolitan Malaysia. While most nations have seen a decline in new HIV diseases between 2010 to 2019, Malaysia had revealed a 4% …

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Is sale of alcohol banned during lockdown?

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A police assault on a shop selling cocktails in Bangsar today has left business bunches addressing whether the offer of such beverages was currently restricted. Affirming the strike, Brickfields police boss Anuar Omar disclosed to FMT that according to the National Security Council’s (MKN) SOPs, “all shops selling liquor are …

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Learn from others on virtual parliament sittings, leaders told

Learn from others

As the discussion about whether the Dewan Rakyat should continue proceeds, a few common society bunches this evening called for Malaysia to imitate nations which have led virtual parliament sittings. The gatherings conceded that getting ready for a virtual sitting was a “testing task”. “However, the Dewan Rakyat can take …

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Conservative views, poor sex education fuel HIV stigma

Conservative views, poor sex education fuel HIV stigma (1)

The absence of sex instruction and a traditionalist viewpoint have prompted the defamation of HIV “key populaces” in Malaysia, says an irresistible illnesses master. Key populaces, in this specific situation, alludes to transsexual people, individuals who use drugs, sex laborers and gay men. Talking at an online course on the …

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