South African Children’s Cancer Study Group (SACCSG) provides Practitioners and Parents with information about cancer in children. Membership of the SACCSG is open to medically
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We are proud to announce the 2018 ASAIPA National Medical Awards Sponsors. Each company has been specifically selected as a sponsor for its wonderful contribution to the South African Medical Industry. Each Sponsor offers uniquely tailored products and services to medical practitioners in their specific area of expertise and strives to add value to the General Practitioner and its practice.
We are proud to announce the first official ASAIPA National Medical Awards 2018 Established 2005 - ASAIPA’s vision is to represent the interests of its members, on all important and relevant forums, guiding the members with statutory and ethical requirements, and engaging with the funders/patients to ensure quality and effective healthcare.
If you are investigating what Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system can do for your practice, you will already know that EMRs have changed the way
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