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Aspirin reduces risk from some cancers, says study

Daily, long-term doses of aspirin can slash the risk of cancer of the digestive tract.

Aspirin reduces risk from some cancers, says study
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Teen infected with CCHF in South Kazakhstan

A teen from South Kazakhstan oblast has been diagnosed with Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (CCHF).

Teen infected with CCHF in South Kazakhstan
Timofey Verevkin. Photo a courtesy of social network
14 yo Kazakhstani finally discharged from hospital in India with help of Embassy of Kazakhstan

14 y.o Timofey Verevkin’s story has a happy ending thanks to the Embassy of Kazakhstan in India.

14 yo Kazakhstani finally discharged from hospital in India with help of Embassy of Kazakhstan
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Health Ministry bans drugs made by Kazakhstan-based Eleas

The Ministry of Healthcare of Kazakhstan has banned the use of several medications, produced by Almaty’s pharmaceutical company Eleas

Health Ministry bans drugs made by Kazakhstan-based Eleas
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New study finds anti-nausea drug safe for pregnancy

Morning sickness is an all-too-common side effect of pregnancy, and a new study out Wednesday said a medication used to treat the most serious cases is safe for fetuses.

New study finds anti-nausea drug safe for pregnancy
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Kazakhstan to produce flu and TB vaccines

The Science Fund will start constructing a biopharmaceutical plant for production of biological products under the GMP standard: expert.

Kazakhstan to produce flu and TB vaccines
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Epilepsy drug has long-term effect on child IQ: study

A drug found to affect the cognitive ability of toddlers born to women who took the medication for epilepsy has a longer-term impact on their IQ.

Epilepsy drug has long-term effect on child IQ: study
Deputy chairman of the Executive Council of Nazarbayev University, M.D. Almaz Sharman. Photo courtesy of aef.kz
Kazakhstan scientists working on "smart bombs" against cancer

Scientists of the genomics laboratory of Nazarbayev University are working on the medicines capable of pinpointly destroying cancer cells.

Kazakhstan scientists working on "smart bombs" against cancer
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Medicines prices rapidly growing in Kazakhstan

Virtis consulting group presented a survey that revealed that medicines are getting more expensive in Kazakhstan.

Medicines prices rapidly growing in Kazakhstan
Salamatty Kazakhstan medical train. ©Danial Okassov
Medical train left from Astana to north Kazakhstan

During two months the doctors are planning to check-up and, if necessary, render medical aid to around 30 thousand people in remote areas of North-Kazakhstan, Pavlodar and Akmolinskaya oblasts.

Medical train left from Astana to north Kazakhstan
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Viagra is most frequently forged in Kazakhstan

Patents' protection from forged medications in Kazakhstan conference discussed forged medications on the Kazakh medications market.

Viagra is most frequently forged in Kazakhstan

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