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Sunday, 23 April 2017
The new drug , Lutathera reduced the risk of disease progression compared to standard care by 80 percent.
Egyptian experts and advocates say that many prevalent rare diseases in Egypt are easily confused with more common illnesses
Researchers, however, did not go so far as to say the risk of transmission is zero.
According to UNAIDS Egypt statistics for 2014, the number of registered cases of HIV inside Egypt is almost 8,800
WHO said harmful exposure can start in the womb
Starzl performed the world's first liver transplant in 1963 and the world's first successful liver transplant in 1967
As the world commemorates as World Hearing Day, Egypt celebrates its achievements and highlights further challenges
The agency said the dozen listed resistant bacteria are increasingly untreatable and can cause fatal infections
Women were ahead of men in all countries
In the early hours of the brisk morning of 24 February, the first ever Marathon in Upper Egypt's Aswan will take place
Ghada Salah Gad talks, in a recently published book, about how she turned tables on her illness, taking her life back into her own hands
Egypt's UNICEF added three well-known names to its list of ambassadors fighting for health and rights of Children
Teens are driven by biology to go to sleep later
Egypt's first youth-oriented run encourages Egyptian children to embrace active lifestyles and make positive contributions to society
WHO's Nunez Pena said WHO officials were now focusing on other countries like Egypt and Sri Lanka as worrisome centers of organ harvesting.
The World Health Organization says tobacco is the world's biggest preventable killer, with a predicted cumulative death toll of a billion by the end of this century
The marathon for kids is organised by Egyptian adventurer Omar Samra
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