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Vietnam lacks organ donors

Friday, 11 March 2016 09:05

Vietnam lacks organ donors Vietnam passed a law relating to organ donation in 2006, however, so far the number of clinically-dead patients who have consented to donate their organs has been extremely low.
 

Cold snap causes rise in hospital admission

Wednesday, 27 January 2016 09:25

Hospitals in Hanoi are admitting more children and elderly patients as cold weather triggers a wave of pneumonia. Patient at Bach Mai Hospital
 
 

`Cong` cake - a specialty of Can Tho City

Saturday, 16 January 2016 16:00

Cong` cake is called `tube cake` because the tool used to make this cake looks like a tube. This is a popular traditional food in Can Tho City. `Cong` cake - a specialty of Can Tho City (Photo: Vietnam Pictorial)
 
 

Vietnam is facing health calamities

Monday, 14 December 2015 09:27

Vietnam is facing health calamities Cancer is becoming a health calamity in Vietnam as the disease’s burden accounts for 66 percent of total disease costs and badly affects to the socioeconomic growth.
 
 

Pharmacy firm faces action over excessive salbutamol imports

Tuesday, 08 December 2015 09:28

Pharmacy firm faces action over excessive salbutamol imports The Phuong Dong Pharmaceutical Chemical Ltd Company, based in Ha Noi`s Dong Da District, was found to have imported extra 200kg of salbutamol, exceeding the permitted amount.
 
 

Public waits for made-in-Vietnam vaccine, stopping depend on foreign suppliers

Tuesday, 24 November 2015 10:36

Public waits for made-in-Vietnam vaccine, stopping depend on foreign suppliers Unlike previous years before, it has seen a severe shortage of vaccine this year, especially five-in-one and six-in-one vaccine and chicken pox vaccine hence the public is waiting for the day when local vaccines will meet increased demand.
 
 

Vietnam secures more funds for HIV/AIDS prevention programme

Monday, 23 November 2015 11:01

Vietnam secures more funds for HIV/AIDS prevention programme The Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Association (VUSTA) was chosen to receive aid from the Global Fund with total expected funds of US$6.9 million including official development assistance and corresponding funds from the Vietnam Government.
 
 

Vietnam sees record number of HIV patients receiving ARV treatment

Friday, 13 November 2015 09:50

Vietnam sees record number of HIV patients receiving ARV treatment Up to 100,000 people living with HIV nationwide are currently being treated with antiretroviral (ARV) drug as a result of the on-going effective HIV/AIDS prevention and control programme in Vietnam, a Health Ministry official said.
 
 

Vietnam close to achieving Millennium Development Goal 4

Tuesday, 03 November 2015 09:21

Vietnam close to achieving Millennium Development Goal 4 Progress in controlling the mortality rate in small children has brought Vietnam come close to achieving the related Millennium Development Goal 4 on reducing child mortality, according to the Ministry of Health (MoH). 
 
 

Hospital fees soar as subsidies drop

Monday, 02 November 2015 10:04

Hospital fees soar as subsidies drop Hospital fees will increase between two and seven times once a proposed decree goes into effect, according to Pham Luong Son, a representative of the Social Insurance office.  
 
 

Old medical equipment market thrives in Vietnam

Monday, 19 October 2015 09:50

Old medical equipment market thrives in Vietnam Nguyen Thi Hoa from Thu Duc District, HCM City was advised to prepare to give birth to twins at Thu Duc General Hospital. Following the caesarean operation only one baby was born, leading her family to lodge a malpractice complaint with the hospital. An urgent investigation was carried out by the hospital and it was discovered that seven foetal ultrasound test results that showed Hoa carrying twins were wrong.
 
 

Suspected food poisoning affects 48 IZ workers

Thursday, 08 October 2015 09:19

Suspected food poisoning affects 48 IZ workers Forty-eight workers at an industrial zone in the northern Nam Dinh Province were rushed to a military health centre yesterday afternoon, after they fell ill with food poisoning symptoms.
 
 

20 food poisoning deaths reported in nine months

Friday, 02 October 2015 11:07

20 food poisoning deaths reported in nine months The health ministry`s Viet Nam Food Administration (VFA) said 20 people died in 129 food poisoning cases nationwide during the first ninemonths of 2015.
 
 

Fertility ward helps Hanoi couples

Monday, 28 September 2015 09:50

Fertility ward helps Hanoi couples About 10 per cent of married couples in Viet Nam are infertile.
 
 

Vaccine prices increase in Vietnam amid shortages

Thursday, 24 September 2015 09:30

Vaccine prices increase in Vietnam amid shortages A shortage of vaccines and changes in the foreign currency exchange rate have resulted in a price increase by 5 to 10 per cent for six vaccines since June, said Nguyen Nhat Cam, director of the Ha Noi Preventive Medicine Centre.
 
 

Progress on UN goal tackles spread of HIV

Wednesday, 23 September 2015 10:17

Progress on UN goal tackles spread of HIV Vietnam has displayed encouraging progress in halting the spread of HIV/AIDS under the UN Millennium Development Goal (MDG).
 
 

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