The author has served as Professor and Chairman, Department of Cardiac Surgery, King Edward Medical University.
Though the idea of free or almost-free healthcare for all in Pakistan was put in place, it has never been developed to its full potential
All major news organisations should have one or two well-trained medical doctors available as a part of their news teams as consultants
The number of doctors is not necessarily directly related to the quality of healthcare available in a particular country
It is imperative that people in developing countries know how to use the latest technologies as they become available
Should all ‘medical’ practitioners not ‘qualified’ to practise modern evidence-based medicine be considered as quacks?
Some thoughts about the future of medicine and lifestyles
What physicians do in the US has not changed much. What has changed is how they do it
Death of little babies in a District Headquarter Hospital due to faulty air-conditioning speaks volume for negligence in public hospitals
Eating less is good for you. But fasting and then binge eating is definitely not a good idea
The report of more than a hundred new HIV-AIDS patients in just one town in Sindh suggests that this disease has entered the population ‘at...