Environmental group groundWork has launched court proceedings in terms of the Air Quality Act, specifically fingering Eskom and Sasol
Alignd offers a new managed care model it says will save money and give patients a greater say in their end of life care
US President’s Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief agrees to continue funding treatment programme as long as the US Congress approves and certain conditions are met
The National Health Laboratory Service officials were guilty of misconduct relating to tenders worth about R200m
There is neither hard questioning of the government’s progress in implementing National Health Insurance nor public debate on the merits of the DA’s proposed ...
The WHO says screen time should ideally only begin at the age of two years, and then for no more than an hour a day
SA Health Products Regulatory Authority is working with the police to stop the sale of unregistered medicines
Activists’ single-minded focus on price could backfire, says International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations
The three-day Fair Pricing Forum, jointly hosted by the WHO and the government, is looking at how to balance the needs of the drug makers and the health ...
Poorly performing relief programmes prompt move to reduce assistance as more people stop treatment than had started
The pharmaceutical industry has long complained about an unpredictable outcome of Motsoaledi’s annual price hike for the private sector and the effect this has ...
This is due in part to the increasing incidence of cancer, with breast cancer remaining the most common
Financial Sector Conduct Authority is well placed to oversee the industry, MD says
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Draft Conduct of Financial Institutions Bill removes its core functions, council says, claiming it was not consulted over move
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Six months has proven to be too long a period for a person to be disciplined enough to take anti-TB prevention meidcation, so scientists are coming up with ...
Council for Medical Schemes has allowed the arrangements with service providers to continue despite R1.179bn flowing out of schemes between 2013 and 2017
Findings highlight the urgent need for improved safety for the procedure, researchers say