Tags : Treatment


Experts warn against Anutin’s push to ban free COVID-19 treatment

Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul has tossed an explosive question into the country’s ongoing battle against the COVID-19 outbreak: Should illegal migrant workers pay for their own treatment if infected? The move by Anutin, who is also deputy prime minister, could have a serious impact not just on foreign workers, but on the entire country. […]Read More


COVID-19: Favipiravir to be distributed to hospitals around Thailand

BANGKOK (NNT) – Even though there is still no vaccine nor official treatment for the coronavirus disease 2019 or COVID-19, doctors in many countries have reported successful treatments using existing drugs, one of which is Favipiravir. Thailand has already received 100,000 Favipiravir tablets which will be distributed to hospitals. The Government Pharmaceutical Organization (GPO) ordered […]Read More

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11 Year Old Girl Suffering From Cancer Pleads for Help

CHIANG MAI -The family of an 11 year-old girl in Mae Hong Song, Thailand has pleaded for Help. Little Jinjutha Takaew, 11 who is about to turn 12 has found that she has ovarian cancer. Last year she underwent a surgery to remove cancer one of her ovaries. However, the family cannot afford the payment […]Read More


New drug ‘puts cancer cells to sleep’

PanARMENIAN.Net – Melbourne scientists have revealed a new type of cancer treatment that doesn’t have the same harmful side-effects caused by conventional therapies, Newshub says. The new class of drug has been hailed as an exciting alternative to treat cancer, and has already shown “great promise” in halting cancer progression of blood and liver cancers, […]Read More


No payment required for emergency treatments within 72 hours

NONTHABURI, 1 April 2017 (NNT) – People can receive emergency medical treatments at a nearby hospital within 72 hours and without any payment effectively now. Public Health Minister Piyasakol Sakolsatayadorn said a new regulation provides benefits for any persons suffering from critical conditions to seek immediate medical treatments within 72 hours and without paying for […]Read More


King treated for excess fluid on his brain

HIS MAJESTY the King has undergone successful drainage of excess cerebro-spinal fluid, according to the Royal Household Bureau’s 29th statement Sunday. His Majesty’s team of physicians at Siriraj Hospital, where he has been undergoing treatment for the condition, took an MRI scan on Tuesday and found a build-up of cerebrospinal fluid on his brain. Read […]Read More


King receives treatment of excess fluid in spinal cord and

The Bureau of the Royal Household on Friday night issued a statement reporting the development of the sickness of His Majesty the King at Siriraj Hospital after he was admitted at the hospital for treatment since early this month. The statement said that the team of doctors has given the King treatment for excess fluid […]Read More


NCDs are No 1 killer disease in Thailand with over

Non-communicable diseases have become the Number One cause of deaths in Thailand with more than 300,000 fatalities each year most of whom males, said Public Health Minister Ratchata Ratchatanavin on Tuesday. Addressing the opening of the NCD forum 2015 held today at Muang Thong Thani, the public health minister disclosed that the medical bills for […]Read More