Ahmad Wazir Aiman Mohd Abdul Wahab Medical Content Writer

Dr Ahmad Wazir Aiman attained his Medical Degree from the National University of Malaysia (UKM) in 2018. He is a very passionate writer on all things medicine and health care such as health conditions, infectious diseases, health economics and health policies. He is also one of the youngest Malaysians to publish a research article in an international journal, the International Journal of Higher Education, at the age of 19. Sometimes Dr. Wazir works in the film industry, serving as a medical cinematography consultant providing consultation, advice and training for local film companies and production houses and actors. Here he helps to depict accurate medical procedures, conditions and symptoms. As a Content Writer for Hello Doktor, Dr. Wazir ensures that our articles and other content are medically informative as well as easy-to-read.

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