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Tips to ensure safety during surgery | New Straits Times

Patients who follow the medical team’s advice will recover sooner, with a shortened hospital stay.

23/9/2021 8:02:00 PM

NSTletters Undergoing a surgical operation is a major event in a person's life and it's normal for the person to feel worried.

Patients who follow the medical team’s advice will recover sooner, with a shortened hospital stay.

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Dirty factories: Two Penang food manufacturers shut down for two weeks

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Inter-state travel won't lead to spike in new cases, KJ says | New Straits TimesKUALA LUMPUR: It is unlikely that inter-state travel will lead to a spike in new Covid-19 cases, Health Minister Khairy Jamaluddin told the Dewan Rakyat today.

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