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dimanche 18 juin 2017

Même interdite, la GPA attire les Cambodgiennes pauvres

Dans un village pauvre du Cambodge, pas moins de 13 femmes sont devenues mères porteuses ces derniers mois pour quelques milliers de dollars. Certaines ont déjà accouché, d'autres sont toujours enceintes.

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vendredi 26 mai 2017

Deux personnes arrêtées pour trafic de reins au Cambodge

Deux Cambodgiens, accusés d'être impliqués dans un trafic de reins à destination de l'Inde qui durait depuis au moins un an et demi, ont été arrêtés, a annoncé la police vendredi.

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dimanche 2 octobre 2016

Medical pioneer in VN: system lacks vision

Israeli Doctor Rafi Kot recently came back from Kon Tum province’s Kon Plông district where he and his staff provided free medical checkups and offered consultations, vaccinations and medications to more than 8,000 inhabitants of different ethnic groups.

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samedi 17 septembre 2016

Laos : de rares secouristes dans le chaos des rues de la capitale

"Regardez-moi ! Restez avec nous !" : à peine conscient, l'homme blessé à la tête après un accident de moto dans la capitale du Laos est installé dans une ambulance de "Vientiane Rescue", seul service d'urgence de secours de ce pays communiste d'Asie du Sud-Est.

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vendredi 29 juillet 2016

Vietnam reports surge in dengue infections

The number of people coming down with dengue fever in Vietnam in the first seven months of 2016 has seen a 260 percent from a year ago, local media reported Wednesday, citing government data.

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jeudi 28 juillet 2016

US launches new project to support HIV/AIDS response in Vietnam

The US Agency for International Development (USAID) on Wednesday announced its new five-year US$26 million project to strengthen and sustain Vietnam’s HIV/AIDS response.

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jeudi 3 mars 2016

Vietnam not ready for human head transplant

A revered Vietnamese surgeon and professor is skeptical over whether hospitals in Vietnam are ready to perform a head-to-body transplant, at a time when one local hospital is seeking volunteers for this type of operation.

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lundi 25 janvier 2016

Nguyen Tran : "Mon rêve au Vietnam, c’est de développer la recherche​"

Le Français d’origine vietnamienne Nguyen Tran, ou Trần Ngọc Phương Nguyên en vietnamien, est maintenant professeur à la Faculté de médecine de Nancy et également directeur de l’École de chirurgie de Nancy-Lorraine.

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dimanche 27 décembre 2015

Vietnam health officials seek to calm parents, promise no more vaccine frenzy

The Ministry of Health has promised adequate supply of a vaccine that is highly sought after by Vietnamese parents, following a chaotic scene in front of a medical center in Hanoi.

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lundi 26 octobre 2015

Vietnam war's 'napalm girl' Kim Phuc has laser treatment to heal wounds

More than 40 years after Kim Phuc was photographed running naked from a napalm attack, treatment in the US will also help ease her pain

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mercredi 30 septembre 2015

Funding shortage hinders Viet Nam HIV/AIDS fight

Medical experts are concerned that an outbreak of the HIV virus is likely to return to Vietnam any time due to a lack of funds.

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jeudi 5 février 2015

80% of cancer patients in Vietnam hospitalized in terminal stage

As many as 80 percent of cancer patients in Vietnam have been hospitalized in the terminal stage of the disease, which kills about 70,000 people in the country every year, a hospital director has warned.

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mardi 30 décembre 2014

Laos : beaucoup de très jeunes femmes n'ont pas accès à la contraception

Le Laos tente de généraliser et de décentraliser l’éducation sexuelle et l’accès à la contraception, notamment pour les très jeunes femmes. Mais elles sont nombreuses dans les régions reculées et rurales à ne pas être informées, au risque de multiplier grossesses non-désirées et précoces...

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samedi 6 décembre 2014

Vietnam jails plastic surgeon for 19 years for dumping patient’s body into river

A Vietnam court has sentenced a cosmetic surgeon to 19 years in prison for throwing the body of a female patient into a river after she died during a botched surgery at his private beauty salon in Hanoi last year.

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mardi 23 septembre 2014

Alexandre Yersin, citoyen d'honneur du Vietnam

L'Association des admirateurs d'Alexandre Yersin a célébré lundi à Nha Trang, province de Khanh Hoa (Centre), le 151e anniversaire de la naissance du microbiologiste français, avec la participation de plus de 150 délégués vietnamiens et étrangers.

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vendredi 8 août 2014

Rampant antibiotic abuse has left Vietnam vulnerable

Health experts at a conference held Thursday in Hanoi blamed the widespread use of over-the-counter antibiotics for their rising drug resistance.

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vendredi 1 août 2014

Vietnam approves first foreign medical university project

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has approved a plan to build the Tokyo Vietnam Medical University in the northern province of Hung Yen as a non-profit, foreign-invested school.

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samedi 7 décembre 2013

Vietnam successfully produces H1N1, H5N1 flu vaccines

After years of research, the Health Ministry's Institute of Vaccines and Medical Biologicals on Friday said it has successfully produced two vaccines against two types of influenza viruses.

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mercredi 10 juillet 2013

Why do Vietnam's patients bribe their doctors ?

Three months ago, a woman from a village south of Hanoi needed her son referred to a provincial hospital by a district doctor for an operation.

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mercredi 3 juillet 2013

Vietnam war veteran reunited with long-lost arm

A former North -Vietnamese soldier has been reunited with his arm after more than 40 years.

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lundi 18 février 2013

Vietnam lagging behind in bacterial fight

Recently, a 52-year-old man from Ho Chi Minh City, identified by his initials as L.V.N., received endoscopic surgery to have his kidney stones removed, but the small cut did not heal after more than two weeks and it began to leak pus.

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samedi 15 décembre 2012

500,000 policyholders affected by expired clinics

Around 500,000 policyholders of health insurance in Ho Chi Minh City may be badly affected as of next year when the work permits of almost 20 private-owned local healthcare units become expired and thus they may not extend services.

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lundi 5 novembre 2012

Le prix Femina décerné à Patrick Deville

Patrick Deville a été couronné lundi par le prix Femina pour le roman Peste & Choléra (Seuil), formidable épopée sur le destin d’un homme d’exception, Alexandre Yersin, explorateur en blouse blanche parti au bout du monde découvrir le redoutable bacille de la peste.

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lundi 10 septembre 2012

Doctors at upscale French hospital lack Vietnam permits

Many doctors at the upscale French-owned FV Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City are working without valid local practice licenses, inspectors with the HCMC Department of Health said Saturday.

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mardi 28 août 2012

Disease with AIDS-like symptoms appears in Vietnam: false report

Vietnam has had patients who catch the new disease that causes AIDS-like symptoms but is not associated with HIV,a local news website reported. But the information has been confirmed to be false.

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samedi 3 mars 2012

Vietnam study finds bribes dominate medicine prices

How to measure medical corruption? Tuan Anh Nguyen, a researcher at Hanoi University of Pharmacy, believes informal payments to doctors are "a dominant factor" in high prices of the older off-patent drugs that make up the lion's share of prescriptions in many emerging markets.

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mercredi 8 février 2012

Marseille : le procès d'un commerce occulte de médicaments

Sous couvert d'humanitaire, des médicaments périmés partaient au Vietnam

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lundi 6 février 2012

Vietnam hospital fees set for five-fold increase

Fees for hundreds of medical services at public hospitals are expected to increase up to five times the current rates issued in 1995, Health Minister Nguyen Thi Kim Tuyen said at an online forum recently.

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lundi 14 mars 2011

Vietnam to lure more organ donors

HO CHI MINH City - Vietnam should come up with an effective awareness strategy to increase understanding of all aspects of organ donation in order to have more people become donors, Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported quoting experts as saying.

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mercredi 1 décembre 2010

Bear bile is bad medicine, Vietnamese healers say

Most traditional medicine practitioners in Vietnam have never prescribed bear bile and oppose the farming of bears to harvest a substance that can prove deadly to humans, according to a new survey.

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