We can expect an onslaught of infectious disease outbreaks.
Many lessons can be learned from this outrageous negligence of healthcare in Sindh.
Some 35,000 people die annually of tuberculosis in Pakistan.
Over 120 dog-bite victims are reported daily in Karachi alone.
How inadequate treatment for rabies led to a child's agonising death.
In a special report, we examine why antibiotics have become ineffective at an alarming rate.
And why have repeated polio campaigns resulted in poor routine immunisation drives?
Animal slaughter should be banned in public spaces.
With drugs to cure TB not available, thousands are poised to die.
Samples must be examined to determine the current virus strain.
Rabies is totally preventable if treated correctly at the time of the bite.
Two simple precautions could have saved the lives of hundreds.