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Bosnia and Herzegovina has not joined the European Procurement of Medicines for Treatment of Coronavirus!

July 18, 2020 11:15 AM
Bosnia and Herzegovina has not joined the European Procurement of Medicines for Treatment of Coronavirus!

Bosnia and Herzegovina will not procure drugs for the treatment of coronavirus patients through a large European procurement of medicines launched in the middle of last month because it did not submit data on its needs by the time the procurement was announced, is confirmed for the Balkan Research Network […]

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Mandatory Preferential Domestic Treatment in Bosnia and Herzegovina starts Today

June 1, 2020 7:00 AM
Mandatory Preferential Domestic Treatment in Bosnia and Herzegovina starts Today

  The Council of Ministers instructed the Public Procurement Agency to make a proposal for a decision on the mandatory application of preferential domestic treatment for one year, starting from June 1st this year in the percentage of 30%. “Despite certain restrictions arising from the Stabilization and Association Agreement, this […]

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Mandatory Preferential Domestic Treatment in Bosnia and Herzegovina to start Tomorrow

May 31, 2020 12:30 PM
Mandatory Preferential Domestic Treatment in Bosnia and Herzegovina to start Tomorrow

  The Council of Ministers instructed the Public Procurement Agency to make a proposal for a decision on the mandatory application of preferential domestic treatment for one year, starting from June 1st this year in the percentage of 30%. “Despite certain restrictions arising from the Stabilization and Association Agreement, this […]

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Mandatory Preferential Domestic Treatment in Bosnia and Herzegovina to start soon

May 29, 2020 2:30 PM
Mandatory Preferential Domestic Treatment in Bosnia and Herzegovina to start soon

  The Council of Ministers instructed the Public Procurement Agency to make a proposal for a decision on the mandatory application of preferential domestic treatment for one year, starting from June 1st this year in the percentage of 30%. “Despite certain restrictions arising from the Stabilization and Association Agreement, this […]

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Security-intelligence Activities at the time of Covid-19 Pandemic

April 19, 2020 11:45 AM
Security-intelligence Activities at the time of Covid-19 Pandemic

  Global epidemic caused by the coronavirus will inform major changes in international relations, and even internal political relations in majority of countries in the world. Some analysts have started to speak about recession and collapse of economies of numerous countries and organizations, such as the European Union (EU), Organization of Economic […]

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COVID-19 is highlighting how vulnerable People with Lung Diseases and weakened Immune Systems can be

March 24, 2020 2:45 PM
COVID-19 is highlighting how vulnerable People with Lung Diseases and weakened Immune Systems can be

  New World Health Organization (WHO) guidance will help countries accelerate efforts to stop people with tuberculosis (TB) infection becoming sick with TB by giving them preventive treatment. A quarter of the world‘s population is estimated to be infected with TB bacteria. These people are neither sick nor contagious. However, […]

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“Ill Children should be treated from the Budget, and Politicians should be paid by SMS Messages”

January 13, 2019 2:00 PM
“Ill Children should be treated from the Budget, and Politicians should be paid by SMS Messages”

Numerous citizens of Tuzla joined the action aimed at improvement of treatment of children who are severely ill. The aim of the action is to change the system of treatment of children from cantonal, federal and state budgets, rather than by raising money through humanitarian action. The Informal group of […]

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A Pulmonary Lobectomy successfully performed on a Baby for the First Time in BiH

August 2, 2018 12:00 PM
A Pulmonary Lobectomy successfully performed on a Baby for the First Time in BiH

Paediatric and thoracic surgeons, with the support and in co-operation with paediatricians, anaesthesiologists and radiologists of the Clinical University Center Sarajevo KCUS, saved the life of a one month-old boy from Bosanska Krupa. The baby was admitted to the Paediatric Clinic with extremely severe breathing problems caused by lung disease, […]

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Great News: Baby Arslan is getting better, his Tumour is shrinking

March 30, 2018 9:00 AM
Great News: Baby Arslan is getting better, his Tumour is shrinking

The health condition of eight-months-old baby Arslan Kulacic, who was transferred to Istanbul for the treatment of malignant brain tumour on January 30, is getting better, as confirmed by doctors at the clinic in Istanbul. Leading physician at the Acibadem Clinic, Caglar Cuhadaroglu, stated that Arslan’s treatment is lasting for […]

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Leading Physician in Istanbul revealed the good News about Baby Arslan

March 15, 2018 10:15 AM
Leading Physician in Istanbul revealed the good News about Baby Arslan

The seven-months old baby Arslan Kulacic from BiH showed a positive response to the treatment of a malignant brain tumour at the clinic in Istanbul, and his eyesight should return very soon. Arslan was diagnosed with brain tumour at his birth, which belongs to a group of primitive neuroectodermal tumors […]

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