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Discovery expects profit increase

Feb 20 2017 16:12

Discovery has advised that normalised profit from operations is expected to increase by between 10% and 15% for the six month period ended 31 December 2016.


NHI will have some losers and winners

Feb 12 2017 06:01

The National Health Insurance scheme aims to induce “massive” restructuring of the public and private healthcare sectors that could see some citizens getting lower-quality services.


Big demand for cheaper cosmetic surgery

Jan 29 2017 12:52

Demand for cosmetic surgery is showing no sign of abating as procedures become more affordable and less of a taboo, experts say.


Mediclinic to acquire majority stake in Life Path Health

Jan 24 2017 13:31

Mediclinic Southern Africa will acquire a majority stake in mental health treatment provider Life Path Health, expanding its basket of care services available to the SA market.


Mediclinic warns of jobs for cash scam

Jan 13 2017 18:39

Mediclinic is once again being falsely implicated in a job scam campaign shared on WhatsApp, Facebook and Twitter, it warned.


Generic medicine market to continue growth trend in 2017

Jan 11 2017 18:31

Generic medicine is expected to continue its growth trajectory in 2017, says the CEO of a pharmaceutical company.


Netcare warns of scam job ads doing the rounds

Jan 11 2017 18:26

Netcare has reiterated concern over scam advertisements using its name with the aim of soliciting money from job-seekers.


Secretive biotech unicorn Moderna unveils pipeline, financials

Jan 10 2017 09:57

Moderna Therapeutics has unveiled its long-secret research and development pipeline, including experimental vaccines, cancer treatments and a cardiovascular therapy.


Glaxo pays Aspen R761m to end collaboration

Jan 03 2017 10:17

GlaxoSmithKline has paid Aspen £45m (R761m) to end its sub-Saharan Africa collaboration, the JSE-listed pharmaceutical company has announced.

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Israeli drugmaker fined in US for foreign bribes

Dec 23 2016 16:31

Israeli drug giant Teva will pay $519m to settle charges that it paid bribes to officials to win business in Russia, Ukraine and Mexico, say US officials.


Medical scheme lifts lid on fraud amounting to millions

Dec 20 2016 17:54

The Government Employees Medical Scheme has uncovered suspected fraud, waste and abuse practices amounting to several millions.

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