Medical News

With a cult following across the city, The Chiron Clinic is a multi-service integrative medical clinic based in Jumeirah, Dubai and now expanding into Sustainable City.

Experts at Zulekha Hospital Sharjah have successfully treated a 51-year-old Egyptian patient who has been suffering for the last two years from rectal cancer and recurring metastasis (which is a spread caused by a cancerous tumour) using the latest CT-guided Percutaneous Microwave Ablation (MWA) Technique. The patient was unaware of the cancer spreading to various organs as she was able to carry out her normal daily routine with occasional discomfort only.

The Prime Medical Center located at the Arabian Center in Mizhar, Dubai has opened its new state-of-the-art Dermatology and Cosmetology Clinic to offer all types of skin treatments for both men and women and a wide range of top-notch personal care services to its clientele. Highly skilled dermatologists and cosmetologists who are trained to use the latest available technologies in their fields comprise the clinic's renowned portfolio of top specialists.

A 47-year-old UAE resident was able to see her face in the mirror clearly for the first time in 15 years after undergoing complicated and high-risk eye surgery at RAK Hospital’s Eye Care Centre. King Khaton Loqman Saleh Shaban had been facing trouble with her eyesight for more than a decade, complaining of blurred vision, redness in the eyes and intermittent pain. Her vision was so poor that she could barely see anything around and was severely shortsighted. She was prescribed eye drops to relieve her pain and discomfort, but the condition had affected her quality of life considerably. Unfortunately, due to financial constraints she could not access medical assistance earlier.

The Economist Events, part of the global English-language weekly newspaper, is hosting the first ever “War on Cancer Middle East” conference in Dubai on May 1st 2018 at The Taj Hotel. The conference will also see the launch of The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health ‘Health Systems in Action: Breast Cancer in the Middle East’ (HIBA) study.