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Kazakhstan PM opposes abortion ban

Kazakhstan Prime-Minister Serik Akhmetov opposed the Majilis deputy who suggested to ban abortions as they threaten the women’s life and health.

Kazakhstan PM opposes abortion ban
The scientist Diyas Myrzakozha. Snapshot of Khabar video
Almaty scientist can diagnose cancer in 10 minutes

Doctor of Chemistry Diyas Myrzakozha from Almaty has developed a principally new method of highly accurate early diagnostics of cancer.

Almaty scientist can diagnose cancer in 10 minutes
Photo by Marat Abilov©
6 cases of imported Dengue fever registered in Kazakhstan

Senior sanitary doctor of Kazakhstan is advising the citizens against spending vacations in Malaysia and Portugal, in particular on Madeira Island and on Spanish islands.

6 cases of imported Dengue fever registered in Kazakhstan
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US deny blackmailing Kazakhstan Healthcare Ministry, but attached copy confirms it

Methadone was not mentioned in the letter of the former US Ambassador to Kazakhstan Richard Hoagland to Kazakhstan Healthcare Minister Salidat Kairbekova: US Embassy.

US deny blackmailing Kazakhstan Healthcare Ministry, but attached copy confirms it
Former U.S. Ambassador to Kazakhstan Richard Hoagland. Photo courtesy of ©tengrinews.kz
U.S. Ambassador's blackmailing of Kazakhstan Healthcare Minister revealed

Former U.S. Ambassador to Kazakhstan sent a letter to Kazakhstan Healthcare Minister insistently recommending her to continue the methadone program in Kazakhstan.

U.S. Ambassador's blackmailing of Kazakhstan Healthcare Minister revealed
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American surgeons giving master classes in Astana

American and Kazakhstan surgeons will be exchanging experience in cancer treatment for several days in Astana.

American surgeons giving master classes in Astana
Yerbol Shaikhiyev. deputy Director General of Syzganov National Scientific Surgery Center. Photo by Alisher Akhmetov©
100 doctors transplant organs from one donor to 4 patients in Kazakhstan

Transplantation to four patients from one donor was made in Syzganov National Scientific Surgery Center in Almaty for the first time in Kazakhstan.

100 doctors transplant organs from one donor to 4 patients in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan allocates 600 quotas for IVF in 2013
Kazakhstan allocates 600 quotas for IVF in 2013

600 quotas for in-vitro fertilization (IVF) were allocated for 350 thousand infertile families in Kazakhstan in 2013.

Kazakhstan allocates 600 quotas for IVF in 2013
Saudi announces four new deaths from MERS virus
Saudi announces four new deaths from MERS virus

Four more people have died from the MERS virus in Saudi Arabia, bringing the death toll from the SARS-like virus in the kingdom to 32.

Saudi announces four new deaths from MERS virus
Pfizer to invest in clinical tests in Kazakhstan
Pfizer to invest in clinical tests in Kazakhstan

The pharmaceutical giant will invest in development of clinical test centers in Kazakhstan.

Pfizer to invest in clinical tests in Kazakhstan
©REUTERS/Jon Nazca
Spanish regions take steps to help needy children

To help children plunged into poverty by Spain's grinding recession, several regional governments have stepped up aid programmes for needy students.

Spanish regions take steps to help needy children
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84-y.o. patient undergoes unique low-traumatic surgery in Almaty

A neurosurgeon from South Korea and Director of the International Medical Center Yim Dong Hwang made 6 surgeries for osteochondrosis, traumas consequences and other spine pathologies on May 14-17.

84-y.o. patient undergoes unique low-traumatic surgery in Almaty
Arnur-16 CT scanner produced by AktyubRentgen. Photo by Vladimir Prokopenko©
Kazakhstan-made CT scanner presented at medical equipment exhibition in Almaty

The 20th Kazakhstan International Healthcare Exhibition KIHE-2013 was held in Almaty on May 15-17.

Kazakhstan-made CT scanner presented at medical equipment exhibition in Almaty
Kuwait bars expats from morning treatment at hospitals
Kuwait bars expats from morning treatment at hospitals

Kuwait is to bar foreigners from attending public hospitals in the mornings, local media reported on Thursday, in a decision activists labelled as "racist".

Kuwait bars expats from morning treatment at hospitals
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SARS-like virus in Saudi has killed 15: minister

Fifteen people in Saudi Arabia have died from a SARS-like virus out of 24 people who contracted it since last August.

SARS-like virus in Saudi has killed 15: minister
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DRC named worst place to be mother

The Democratic Republic of Congo on Tuesday displaced fellow African nation Niger to gain the unenviable distinction of being the worst place in the world to be a mother.

DRC named worst place to be mother
Three new cases of SARS-like virus in Saudi Arabia
Three new cases of SARS-like virus in Saudi Arabia

Three new cases of a new SARS-like virus have been detected in Saudi Arabia.

Three new cases of SARS-like virus in Saudi Arabia
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Gene clues point to Cambodia for resistant malaria

Gene analysis of malaria parasites has pinpointed western Cambodia as the hotspot of strains that are dangerously resistant to artesiminin, the frontline drug against the disease.

Gene clues point to Cambodia for resistant malaria
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Kazakhstan microsurgeons tap into face transplantation surgeries

Kazakhstan microsurgeons will soon be able to perform face transplantation surgeries: Italian surgeon Salvatore D’Arpe.

Kazakhstan microsurgeons tap into face transplantation surgeries
WHO team probes bird flu in Shanghai
WHO team probes bird flu in Shanghai

A World Health Organisation team was due Monday to wrap up a trip to Shanghai, centre of China's bird flu outbreak which has killed 20 people, as part of an investigation into how the virus is spreading.

WHO team probes bird flu in Shanghai