Mexican authorities Thursday recovered dangerous radioactive material from a cancer-treating medical device that was on a stolen truck and abandoned in a field, the interior ministry said.
A drug used to treat advanced breast and colorectal cancers has been linked to sometimes fatal skin reactions in patients, its Swiss manufacturer and Canadian health officials said Wednesday.
Respiratory system illnesses will be treated with the use of balloon sinuplasty technique in Kazakhstan.
Nursultan Nazarbayev stressed the importance of Bolashak Presidential Scholarship and the effect it had on the development of cardiac surgery in Kazakhstan.
Bolashak scholarship gave an opportunity to children of unemployed and retired Kazakhstan nationals to study abroad.
American surgeon Oscar Frazier M.D. gave high praise to the professional level of Kazakhstan surgeons.
The train driver Berik Kulbarakov who suffered burns in the oil tanker explosion near Aktau has been transferred to the Burn Center in Astana.
A professor from Lithuania has made an advanced weight loss surgery in Almaty.
Penal Reform International will change the lives of prisoners in Kazakhstan, helping the country in its effort to humanize the penal system.
Cynthia Carrion-Norton flits high-heeled around the Philippine capital with energy levels belying her years, thankful for a controversial treatment she highly recommends to fellow sixty-somethings.
An outbreak of polio in Syria poses a threat to Europe, where the crippling and potentially fatal disease was declared eradicated in 2002, doctors warned on Friday.
A single dose -- rather than the recommended three -- of a vaccine against the sexually transmitted disease HPV may be enough to ward off cervical cancer.
Germany on Friday became the first European country to allow babies born with characteristics of both sexes to be registered as neither male nor female, but advocates urged further reforms.
Mowing the lawn or washing the car are among simple activities that can reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke by almost 30 percent in people over 60.
Chinese hospital staff protested on Monday after a patient killed one doctor and wounded two more, local media said, in the latest violence to hit the country's overburdened medical sector.
A trio of American scientists won the Nobel Prize for Medicine on Monday for pioneering work on the body's cell transport system.
Opening a nuclear medicine center in Almaty will cost around 9 billion tenge ($60 million).
Medical professionals are being massively tested for professional suitability for the first time in Kazakhstan.
Emergency organ transplantation without notification of the patient’s families, in case they are not immediately available, may be put into a law in Kazakhstan.
Professor of Vilnius Medical University Yevgenius Lisinskas made the surgery in the Central Clinical Hospital of Almaty.
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