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The Economist Events’ War On Cancer Middle East 2019 Explores Strategies for Successfully Tackling the Growing Cancer Concern in the Middle East

Dubai, UAE, 12 March 2019 — The Economist Events’ second annual War on Cancer Middle East 2019, held in Dubai on Tuesday 12th March brought together global leaders in healthcare, policymakers and prominent thinkers to explore strategies to tackle the rising incidence of cancer in the region.

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Arabian Ethicals supports International Women’s Day

Arabian Ethicals, a leading distributor of pharmaceutical brands in UAE and the Gulf region has shown their support for the international drive for gender equality in the workplace with a promising gesture of their own.

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The Economist Intelligence Unit to Present Cancer Preparedness Index at ‘War on Cancer Middle East 2019’ Conference

As part of The Economist Events’ War on Cancer Middle East conference, the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) will present the Cancer Preparedness Index, discussing the results of current cancer research and key findings. War on Cancer Middle East will be held on March 12th, 2019 at Rixos, Jumeirah Beach Residence, The Walk, Dubai.

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Exploration of Innovations in Cancer Care in the Middle East: The Economist Events’ War on Cancer Middle East 2019

With a view to exploring cancer care access and innovations in the Middle East and addressing the regional issues hampering progress, The Economist Events will host War on Cancer Middle East on March 12th, 2019 at Rixos, Jumeirah Beach Residence, The Walk, Dubai.

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Nathan Nagel
Nathan is the CEO of the Middle East Medical Portal, the premier resource for medical professional in the Middle East providing useful articles, job opportunities, education and events through the magazine and website.
Nathan Nagel
Nathan Nagel
Nathan Nagel
Nathan is the CEO of the Middle East Medical Portal, the premier resource for medical professional in the Middle East providing useful articles, job opportunities, education and events through the magazine and website.

UAE officials announced in October 2018 that anyone entering the country now needs pre-approval to bring personal medicines with them.

Anyone entering the UAE now needs pre-approval to bring personal medicines with them and the new legislation is especially strict on narcotic drugs, controlled, and semi-controlled drugs. Read our news update for further details.

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Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar team reveal secrets of the date palm

Doha – October 17, 2018: Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine – Qatar (WCM-Q) can now predict whether a date palm seed will produce a male or female plant with effectively 100 percent accuracy – with huge implications for the commercial use of the plant. The team led by Dr. Joel Malek, assistant professor of genetic medicine and director of the Genomics Core

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WCM-Q helps set regional rheumatoid arthritis management guidelines

Doha – October 15, 2018: Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q) has collaborated with regional and international experts to adapt international guidelines for the management of rheumatoid arthritis to the Eastern Mediterranean region. The project brought together experts from 24 institutions across the region, the USA and Canada to adapt the guidelines of the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) to suit local

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Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar probes link between diabetes and breast cancer

Doha – October 14, 2018: Researchers at Weill Cornell Medicine-Qatar (WCM-Q) have explored the links between type 2 diabetes and breast cancer in a new paper published in Cancer Treatment Reviews, a leading scientific journal. The researchers, led by Dr. Dietrich Büsselberg, carried out a comprehensive review of a range of more than 200 existing diabetes and breast cancer studies,

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High temperatures means high risk for kidney stones and urinary problems for women

Kidney stones and urinary difficulties are two urology issues that plague women most of time in the UAE as they are often plagued by high temperatures, and if left untreated, these conditions can be life-threatening.

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WCM-Q research reveals true nature of hepatitis C infections in MENA region

Doha – September 2, 2018: Population health researchers at WCM-Q have published a study that gives a more accurate picture of the epidemiology of hepatitis C infections in the MENA region. The researchers, led by Dr. Sohaila Cheema and Dr. Karima Chaabna of WCM-Q’s Institute for Population Health (IPH), conducted a comprehensive overview of 37 systematic reviews on hepatitis C in

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