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Topic: Lee Boon Chye

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IPOH: The Health Ministry will try its best to bring in the latest cancer treatment method into the country.
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IPOH: Individuals diagnosed with cancer are advised not to delay early treatment or trust in therapy or treatment with no evidence of effectiveness.
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IPOH: All general hospitals nationwide are equipped with cancer-treatment facilities and patients should get diagnosed as early as possible, says deputy Health minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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PETALING JAYA: The closure of 34 community clinics was not due to the performance of Assistant Medical Officers (PPP), Deputy Health Minister Lee Boon Chye (pix) said today.
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PETALING JAYA: The health ministry is considering introducing plain packaging for cigarettes, similar to the practice in countries like Australia, Thailand and soon, neighbouring Singapore, more than ...
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KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 12): So far no company has registered with the Health Ministry to use cannabis-based (marijuana) products for medical purposes, said Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 12 — So far no companies have registered with the Health Ministry to use cannabis-based (marijuana) products for medical purposes, said Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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KUALA LUMPUR: So far no companies have registered with the Health Ministry to use cannabis-based (marijuana) products for medical purposes, said Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Companies or individuals involved in obtaining, possessing or distributing marijuana for medical purposes will not be penalised if the drug is registered as a medicine.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The use of imported cannabis-based products should be given a chance and accepted for medical purposes, according to Malaysian Consumers Association of Malaysia (PPIM) chief activist Dat...
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The use of imported cannabis-based products should be given a chance and accepted for medical purposes, according to Muslim Consumers Association of Malaysia (PPIM) chief activist Nadzim Johan.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Muslim Consumers Association chief activist Nadzim Johan has urged the authorities to accept the use of imported cannabis-based products for medical purposes.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 12 — The use of imported cannabis-based products should be given a chance and accepted for medical purposes, according to Malaysian Consumers Association of Malaysia (PPIM) chief a...
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KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 11): The use of imported cannabis-based products should be allowed for medical purposes, said Malaysian Consumers Association of Malaysia (PPIM) chief activist Datuk Nadzim Johan.
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PETALING JAYA: The government will only consider marijuana for medical purposes when there is strong evidence to show its efficacy and that it is safe for use.
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IPOH, Feb 11 — Businesses not covered by the expanded smoking ban can independently seek to gazette their premises as no-smoking areas, said Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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PETALING JAYA: The health ministry is already assisting cancer patients through programmes and treatment at government hospitals, including offering 95% subsidies for treatment.
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IPOH, Feb 5 — As a patient, is it worth paying only RM1 for a medical consultation when the diagnosis and treatment is not provided by a qualified doctor?
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MP SPEAKS | Today is World Cancer Day.
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PETALING JAYA: An animal activist agrees with the government‘s proposal to put stray dogs to sleep, saying it will ensure the wellbeing of the public and other dogs as well.
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PETALING JAYA: An animal welfare NGO has criticised a deputy minister’s proposal for a “zero stray dog” policy in the country.
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IPOH (Jan 31): The Health Ministry is recommending that a zero stray dog policy be implemented at all rabies gazetted areas in efforts to control the disease from spreading.
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IPOH: The health ministry is recommending that a “zero stray dog” policy be implemented at all rabies-gazetted areas to control the disease from spreading.
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IPOH: The Health Ministry wants a zero stray dogs policy at all rabies gazetted areas, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye. He said this was one way to control the disease from spreading to other areas, and to protect the public.
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TAIPING (Jan 31): The government has no plans to create special smoking areas in the country, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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TAIPING: The government has no plans to create special smoking areas in the country, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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KUCHING: The government is confident of achieving its aim of having zero stray dogs to curb rabies in Sarawak by 2025, Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye said.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Heart disease has remain­ed the leading cause of death among Malay­sians for 13 years from 2005 to 2017, said Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 24): All business owners can apply to make their premises a no-smoking area.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Heart disease has remained the leading cause of death among Malaysians for 13 years, from 2005 to 2017, says Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry has given the assurance that all vaccinations approved by the ministry have gone through stringent tests.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The banning of smoking at open-air eateries, especially in urban areas, has been quite successful so far, said Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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KUALA LUMPUR: All business owners can apply to make their premises a no-smoking area.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Deputy Health Minister Dr Lee Boon Chye has said the ban on smoking in open-air eateries has been quite successful,especially in urban areas says.
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KUCHING: Sarawak, which has allocated RM22.8 million this year in the fight against rabies, is working closely with the federal government to curb the disease in the state, deputy chief minister Amar...
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Health Ministry has given its assurance that all vaccinations approved by the ministry have gone through stringent tests, with deputy minister Dr Lee Boon Chye saying that he welcomes feedback from any parent whose children might have suffered severe reactions after a vaccination.
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PETALING JAYA: A restaurant owners association has panned the government’s appeal to mamak shops to reduce the amount of sugar in their drinks once the tax on sweetened beverages takes effect in Apr...
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BATU GAJAH, Jan 13 — The Health Ministry is appealing to mamak shops to voluntarily reduce the sugar content of their drinks once a soda tax comes into effect on April 1.
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TAIPING: A total of 3,808 food outlets in Perak are yet to put up “no smoking’ notices on their premises from the time the smoking ban was imposed on Jan 1 until Jan 11 (Friday).
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Sixty-seven-year-old Chua Teong Huat has publicly apologised to deputy health minister Dr Lee Boon Chye for openly flouting the smoking ban and hurling insults at him.
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A man has publicly apologised to Dr Lee Boon Chye for openly flouting the smoking ban and hurling insults at the deputy health minister.The man, identified as 67-year-old Cai Chang Fa in Guangming Dai...
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A man has publicly apologised to Dr Lee Boon Chye for openly flouting the smoking ban and hurling insults at the deputy health minister.
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GOMBAK: A team of doctors that has tended to orang asli in remote areas is coming up with preliminary data on malnourished children to help in their rehabilitation, says Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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CAMERON HIGHLANDS (Jan 5): A RM500 fine will be imposed on first-time offenders who flout the no-smoking rule at food premises.
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CAMERON HIGHLANDS : A RM500 fine will be imposed on first-time offenders who flout the no-smoking rule at food premises.
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TANAH RATA: A RM500 fine will be imposed on first-time offenders who flout the no-smoking rule at food premises.
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CAMERON HIGHLANDS, Jan 4 — A RM500 fine will be imposed on first-time offenders who flout the no-smoking rule at food premises.
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CAMERON HIGHLANDS (Jan 4): An RM500 fine will be imposed on first-time offenders who flout the no-smoking rule at food premises.
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CAMERON HIGHLANDS (Bernama): A RM500 fine will be imposed on first-time offenders who flout the no-smoking rule at food premises.
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PUTRAJAYA, Jan 3 ― The Ministry of Health has assured the public today that it will remain vigilant and not act in a lackadaisical attitude in enforcing the smoking ban on eateries.
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THE Star Online last week reported the Deputy Health Minister of Malaysia’s response to Thailand approving marijuana for medical use and research ( tinyurl.com/star-cannabis ).
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This is final article of a two-part series on the implementation of the government ban of smoking at public eateries that came into effect on Jan 1, 2019.
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PETALING JAYA • It's all systems go for the nationwide smoking ban at all eateries and restaurants in Malaysia that started yesterday.
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PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - It's all systems go for the nationwide smoking ban at all eateries and restaurants in Malaysia starting on Tuesday (Jan 1).
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GEORGE TOWN: Confusion reigned among restaurant owners and smokers even as the smoking ban at all eateries takes effect today.
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PETALING JAYA: It’s all systems go for the no-smoking ruling at all eateries and restaurants starting today.
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PETALING JAYA: The Sarawak government has been criticised for putting off the ban on smoking at eateries.
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The Health Ministry does not have agents selling no-smoking signage at restaurants and food premises, said its deputy minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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IPOH, Dec 30 ― The Health Ministry does not have agents selling no-smoking signage at restaurants and food premises, said its deputy minister Dr Lee Boon Chye.