Dr. Yasmin Rashid

  • The Pakistan Kidney and Liver Institute been made fully functional and it is fast scaling up services. Notwithstanding the ruckus over the performance of the institute, it has made great strides forward in surgeries as well as diagnostic and treatment services at the facility. Last week, ...

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  • In the run up to elections 2018, one obvious point of consensus across the political divide was the inevitable need to reform the health sector. All were in agreement that the ailing and outdated healthcare system needed to be reformed, and done so with an urgency. So cometh the hour. A year down ...

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  • The year 2019 was a spike year for dengue according to the epidemiological patterns of the last 10 years. The first spike was seen in 2011 when we lost 350 patients to this deadly virus, with total number of patients crossing 20,000 mark. A huge exercise was undertaken for management and prevention ...

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  • The first year was a year of challenges. It would have been rather smooth had it only been about fixing the administrative jinx. Rather, it turned out to be a multitude of administrative, technical and political conundrums that ‘came not single spies, but in battalions’ throughout the ...

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