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World-renowned Turkish academic Prof. Mehmet Haberal has been elected as the head of the Transplantation Society after receiving a majority of the votes of some 6,700 experts from 105 different countries
The World Health Organization will soon open an office in Turkey after a regulation from the cabinet to that effect was published in the Official Gazette on Feb. 11
2014 was a year in which the strengths and weaknesses of Turkish design were seen clearly in regard to its tradition and practice, which sometimes shone with brilliant examples and at other times bedevilled people with conditions that challenged the “sanity” of innovators.
A report prepared by the Department of Cancer outlining the average life expectancy of cancer patients has stirred debate among the medical community in Turkey.
New research has found that more than half of the medical advice from television’s Mehmet Oz is baseless or wrong, the Washington Post has reported. This includes the “miracles” and “revolutionary” breakthroughs he’s been spinning to viewers since the beginning of his celebrity career.
GENEVA - Agence France-Presse
Diseases linked to lifestyle choices, including diabetes and some cancers, kill 16 million people prematurely each year, the World Health Organization said Jan. 19, urging action to stop the "slow-moving public health disaster".
ŞANLIURFA – Anadolu Agency
The 7-year-old boy was injected with HIV-tainted blood in 2008 in a public hospital.
WASHINGTON - Agence France-Presse
The US military plans to pull out most troops from West Africa that were deployed to help stem the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus, the Pentagon said on Feb. 10, ending a five-month mission
ISTANBUL – Doğan News Agency
Health Minister Mehmet Müezzinoğlu claims that Turkey will, by 2018, be the "only country in the world" with hospitals equipped with the most advanced technological equipment and buildings constructed using the latest technology.
PARIS - Agence France-Presse
It's true: working too hard can drive you to drink, said researchers Jan. 14 who warned of the health risks of such dual excess
An experimental Ebola vaccine appears safe and triggered signs of immune protection in the first 20 volunteers to test it, U.S. researchers reported Nov. 26.
Human tests of two possible Ebola vaccines have proven safe and efficacy tests will begin within weeks in the three west African countries ravaged by the deadly virus, the World Health Organization said
The explosion in the world's ageing population presents herculean challenges for health systems, especially in poorer countries, the UN's World Health Organisation (WHO) warned on Nov. 6.
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