A new software tool may help doctors eliminate mistakes when judging whether a spot that turns up on a smoker's lung scan is cancerous or not.
The resident of Presnovka village Saker Ospanov lost his right hand in a car accident three years ago and received his new hand at the expense of the local budget.
The Mexico City council is considering the legalization of cannabis plants and the creation of private marijuana smoking "clubs" as it mulls controversial legislation to liberalize consumption.
An experimental drug combination cured 70 percent of patients with hepatitis C in early trials, offering hope of a simpler remedy for the chronic liver disease.
At least one million cockroaches have escaped a farm in China where they were being bred for use in traditional medicine.
Bed nets treated with insecticide are a simple and economical way to eradicate filariasis, a mosquito-born tropical disease that threatens 1.4 billion people worldwide.
A famous surgeon from South Korea will come to Almaty for experience exchange.
Medical aid agency Doctors Without Borders closed all its operations in war-torn Somalia on Wednesday, warning of growing insecurity, after 22 years of working in the Horn of Africa troublespot.
Kazakhstan Healthcare Ministry is working on a common registrar of donors, recipients and persons awaiting transplantation.
Kazakhstan is experiencing a deficit of donor organs same as most countries around the world as well: Ministry.
A plant extract used in Chinese herbal remedies for arthritis, gout and inflammation has been directly linked to cancer and causes a surprising number of genetic mutations.
273 patients are taking part in the opioid substitution therapy (OST) program in Kazakhstan.
Doctor of Chemistry Diyas Myrzakozha from Almaty has developed a principally new method of highly accurate early diagnostics of cancer.
A US drug company said Friday it was considering a banana-flavored version of its pain reliever after the world's oldest man attributed his longevity to the fruit and the drug.
Japan's government on Friday gave its seal of approval to the world's first clinical trials using stem cells harvested from a patient's own body.
US regulators on Monday approved the first brain wave test for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, saying it may improve the accuracy of diagnoses by medical experts.
American and Kazakhstan surgeons will be exchanging experience in cancer treatment for several days in Astana.
Transplantation to four patients from one donor was made in Syzganov National Scientific Surgery Center in Almaty for the first time in Kazakhstan.
A lizard dipped in wine may not seem like an obvious asthma remedy, but as Cambodian traditional healers strive to turn their ancient wisdom into a professional industry.
600 quotas for in-vitro fertilization (IVF) were allocated for 350 thousand infertile families in Kazakhstan in 2013.
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