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AIDS Cases Nearly Tripled Between 2005 & 2015
Although well below the European average, the number of HIV infections in Hungary nearly tripled between 2005 and 2015 according to a recent report issued by the European Commission, reports vg.hu. more »
More Doctors In Hungary Thanks To Wage Rises?
There are more doctors staying in Hungary and more fresh graduates coming on stream compared with the past, when many in the medical profession emigrated to work abroad, a government official said on Friday. more »
500th Heart Transplant Performed In Hungary
The 500th heart transplant operation has been performed in Hungary, at the Semmelweis University, saving the life of a 24-year-old man who had been in the final stage of his life due to heart dysfunction. more »

Life1 Fitness Takes Over Rival


Life1 Fitness Takes Over Rival
Life1 fitness, which has three gyms, has taken over the operation of Gilda Max, which has six fitness clubs, Portfolio learnt. Financing was provided by the owners; Central Europe’s leading property developer Futureal and venture capital Finext Startup, Portfolio added. more »

Hungarian Scientific Discovery Regarding A Rare Disease


Hungarian Scientific Discovery Regarding A Rare Disease
Hungarian scientists have identified a new gene linked to a rare neurological condition after more than two years of research, Mária Judit Molnár, head of Semmelweis University‘s Institute of Genomic Medicine and Rare Disorders, said on Sunday. more »

Rates Of Hospital Infection Continue To Be Kept Secret


Rates Of Hospital Infection Continue To Be Kept Secret
The Hungarian Civil Liberties Union (TASZ) has sued the Ministry of Human Resources over the latter’s refusal to publicize requested statistics on rates of infections contracted in specific hospitals. more »



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