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Analysing the commercial impact of public policy measures: MOH proposals to reduce Singaporeans’ sugar intake from sweetened beverages

MOH lauched a public consultation on 4 Dec 2018 seeking views from the public and key stakeholders on possible measures to reduce Singaporeans' sugar intake from pre-packaged sugar-sweetened beverages.

HIV data leak: Why Brochez was not charged under Official Secrets Act in 2016

HIV data leak: Why Brochez was not charged under Official Secrets Act in 2016

AGC also assessed that any jail term under the OSA was likely to be concurrent with jail terms that he would serve under the other offences: Gan Kim Yong

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No need to list all side effects: Lam Pin Min

No need to list all side effects: Lam Pin Min

MOH to discuss issues with medical profession to prevent defensive practices.

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The puzzling case of SMC's judgment on a doctor who was fined $100,000

The puzzling case of SMC's judgment on a doctor who was fined $100,000

Why did the Singapore Medical Council tribunal impose a heavy fine on a doctor for not informing a patient of side effects of a common injection? And how will that decision affect how doctors practise medicine henceforth?

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SingHealth and IHiS case: PDPC Decision notes breaches of the protection obligation in the healthcare sector

In Re Singapore Health Services Pte Ltd & Ors [2019] SGPDPC 3, the Commissioner ruled that SingHealth and IHiS failed to protect the personal data of individuals, in violation of s24 of the PDPA.

Review laws governing HIV-positive individuals: Advocacy groups

Review laws governing HIV-positive individuals: Advocacy groups

These laws include a section in the Immigration Act that forbids HIV-positive foreigners from working or living long-term in Singapore, as well as certain provisions of the Infectious Diseases Act.

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