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Healthier time on island’s medical front

CHONGMING Island residents are enjoying much better medical treatment since a trial medical union was set up in 2011 to integrate local resources. The island’s health authority said over the weekend ...

April 25, 2017, Tuesday


Boost for city’s private hospitals

PRIVATE medical facilities in Shanghai are finding it easier to attract specialists from public hospitals after a reform announced by the national government early this month. The reform reduces the ...

April 24, 2017, Monday


Ruijin stand-up X-ray stands out

RUIJIN Hospital is to have a novel X-ray imaging system — the first hospital on the mainland to do so — based on a Nobel prize-winning technology in physics. It will provide a low-dose, 3D imaging system ...

April 21, 2017, Friday


Tongji signs up Nobel teacher

BARRY Marshall, Australia’s Nobel Prize laureate in Physiology or Medicine in 2005, will teach at the medicine school of Tongji University. Marshall will set up a laboratory of bacterium Helicobacter ...

April 21, 2017, Friday


Hospitals stop their markups on drugs

HOSPITALS are no longer profiting from selling drugs. Making the announcement yesterday, local health officials also said the government had increased prices of certain medical services, like nursing, ...

April 20, 2017, Thursday


One special capsule now in use

A new generation of endoscopic capsule is now available in local leading hospitals, providing patients with a more accurate and targeted check, doctors said. They added the new capsules, which are swallowed, ...

April 18, 2017, Tuesday


Novel surgery transforms a life

A 19-year-old patient with partial paralysis due to brain injury at birth has recovered almost all normal functions of his right body thanks to a novel surgery conducted at Punan Hospital. As well as ...

April 18, 2017, Tuesday


City’s efforts to fight cancer pays dividends

CANCER is the second leading cause of death for city residents after cardio-cerebral vascular diseases. Lung, colon, gastric, thyroid and breast cancers are the deadliest cancers in the city, Shanghai ...

April 17, 2017, Monday


After 2 years a baby sturgeon spotted

THE first juvenile Chinese sturgeon of this year was observed on Monday, Shanghai Yangtze River Estuary’s Chinese Sturgeon Nature Conservation Area office said yesterday. Researchers were unable to find ...

April 12, 2017, Wednesday


City learns about Parkinson’s

SHANGHAI learned yesterday that it takes on average about 10 months for patients with Parkinson’s Disease to get a correct diagnosis since first showing symptoms — and about 23.5 percent of patients can ...

April 12, 2017, Wednesday


 

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