A migrant worker was the first Pakistani to be reported HIV positive back in 1987.
For a great many Pakistanis, the secret behind a dazzling smile doesn’t come out of a tube of toothpaste.
It is unbelievable that he has managed to get out so quickly after what he did: victim Eman.
Debacle indicative of systematic error, says PPMA chairman Muhammad Asad Khawaja while talking to The Express Tribune.
The company is being investigated for sending tainted medication with high quantities of the anti-malarial to Punjab.
Nurses threaten to hold rallies for better pay and conditions in province-wide strike.
There is no law or authority to make sure laboratories are following standards.
Misdiagnosis could lead to malpractice suits and legal complications.
Despite high costs, demand for this item has been steadily increasing.
Around Rs2.5 million is spent by the government on one medical student’s five-year MBBS degree.
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