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Dermatology solutions demand show growth in UAE

The increasing cases of dermatological disorders, growing awareness of skin diseases and every-increasing trend towards non-invasive aesthetic procedures are driving the dermatology treatment solutions market, according to a leading player.

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240m people infected with hepatitis B virus: WHO

About 240 million people worldwide have chronic hepatitis B virus with the highest rates of infection in Africa and Asia, according to World Health Organisation (WHO). People with chronic hepatitis B infection, which spreads throu

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Boehringer unveils inhibitor treatment for type 2 diabetes

Boehringer Ingelheim, a leading pharmaceutical company, has unveiled the new DDP-4 inhibitor treatment for those with type 2 diabetes, which is the most common form of diabetes often leading to chronic complications like cardiovascular, kidney a

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Wastewater treatment plant in Bahrain closes down

A wastewater treatment plant that serves Riffa Views, the Royal Golf Club and Awali announced last night (February 25) it was shutting down. Metito said that it was ‘forced to make the difficult decision’ and was demob

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US experts review sickle cell treatment in Bahrain

A team of US experts will report back to Bahrain’s Health Ministry within a month after conducting a review of the kingdom’s sickle cell disease (SCD) treatment programme. The four-member team from Johns Hopkins Medici

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Sultan Qaboos to miss birthday celebrations

Oman's Sultan Qaboos, in Germany for medical treatment since July, said on Wednesday he would miss annual celebrations of his birthday this month in the sultanate he has ruled for more than four decades. Many Omanis have been

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Emirates Palace launches new spa

Emirates Palace has launched a new spa with a full range of treatments for men and women that blend precious elements with centuries-old spa rituals. The treatments will combine elements such as gold, diamonds and caviar with anci

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New Bahrain health plan on overseas treatment

Bahraini patients could soon be spared the pain of travelling abroad for medical treatment. Under a new health plan, they would be provided all the therapeutic care they need at home, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN)

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WHO urges drug firms, regulators to speed Ebola work

The World Health Organisation (WHO) called on Thursday for pharmaceutical companies and regulatory agencies to work together to accelerate development of safe and efficient drugs and vaccines against Ebola. Ten experimental treatm

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WHO to host consult on potential Ebola treatment

The World Health Organisation (WHO) is set to host a consultation on potential Ebola cures and vaccines in Geneva next month, said a report. The consultation, which will take place on September 4 and 5, has been convened to gather

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