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Anti-doping Rules Must Avoid Unsatisfactory Decisions: WADA

...doping offence under PCB Regulations, and that the sanctions imposed on the bowling duo by a previous committee should be set aside. On 14 September 2006, the then Chairman of the PCB directed that doping tests may be carried out on all 19 players being considered for inclusion in the Pakistani Cricket Team ...

Rorting Health Practioners Busted

... same time, the review also questioned whether the sanctions were enough to deter doctors, particularly from inappropriate PBS prescriptions. It recommended that the government consider tougher rules. The report also warned that the movement of corporations into general practice was creating new problems....

Sanctions Imposed On Zimbabwe Can Threaten International Health Security

...are, Dr. David Parirenyatwa, says that the illegal sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe by the West have severely com...ditional lifting of these sanctions. He calls the sanctions an unacceptable and unjustified health punishment on the people of Zimbabwe. Britain, its fellow E...

Bush Isolated on Climate Change Heading into G8

...risis at the World Bank. He imposed new economic sanctions on Sudan for obstructing a larger peacekeeping force for Darfur and urged the US Congress to triple funding for a global anti-AIDS campaign to $45 billion. He also proposed veteran diplomat Robert Zoellick to replace former Iraq war planner Paul Wolf...

Younger and Violent Sex Offenders on the Rise

..."We now have fairly draconian laws with very harsh sanctions that apply to juveniles." The number of children under 18 accused of forcible rape, violent and nonviolent sex offenses rose from 24,100 in 1985 to 33,800 in 2004, the AP's analysis found. Violent offenses include attempted rape and sexual assault,...

Stents Do Little to Prevent Heart Attacks

...ue a statement that it will be "considering strong sanctions against the individual or individuals involved." Boden advise patients to have a discussion with their doctor about their symptoms and not decide on their own. He fears that many patients may decide to try drug therapy for months before going for o...

Net Laid Out for Money Hungry Doctors

...tors come with solid proof of their motives, civil sanctions against the doctor can also be stamped. Pathology tests now cost the health system about $1.5 billion a year, compared to $1.09 billion in 1999-2000. Pathologists, who can already face criminal prosecution under existing law, will now face the ad...

UAE Introduces Cervical Cancer Vaccine

...e Middle East, UAE is the first nation to have got sanctions for this vaccine from the ministry of health in November 2006. Gadasil can be administered to girls from nine years which would develop, toughen and augment resistance to cervical cancer. JYT...

GMC Disapproves Internet Doctor

... The council will come to a decision regarding the sanctions to be enforced on the doctor soon. JYT...

Obstacles to Reducing Human Injury and Death Due to Medical Error

...an. Thus, the latter’s criminal code also contains sanctions for attempts to cover up mistakes by altering patients' charts. Leflar said that in comparing the two countries, a greater convergence of objectives--including compensation, a sincere apology, discovering the truth about what happened and sometime...

Healthcare System Remodelled - Iraq

...us concern. It stems from both prolonged political sanctions in the region and mismanagement that impeded the success of the United Nations' oil-for-food program in the country during the 1990s. ‘The feedback provided by the nurses in this study demonstrates clear priorities that can facilitate both the shor...

QIO to Be Upgraded

... effectively worked and have issued fewer provider sanctions in recent years. This could be because QIOs may not want to have conflicts with its providers with which it works. Medicare pays 53 QIOs about $300 million a year to measure quality, work with hospitals and physicians to improve care, and to invest...

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