Mumbai : Poonam Dhillon & Aneel Murarka, co-founders of Poetic Justice Events & Entertainment, India's fourth largest private sector Bank, presented the first edition of The Shoorveer Awards a brilliant and unique initiative to honor, the saga of ... APN News, 2 weeks ago
KEM transplants part of 33-yr-old mother's liver to son with rare syndrome; docs say awareness on liver diseases must increase. In a successful remedy to a syndrome so rare that hardly three per cent of all liver ailments in the world experience ...Pune Mirror, 1 month ago
Illegal payments to private medical colleges are undermining India's health system, according to two articles published in The BMJ . Asian Scientist Newsroom | February 4, 2015 | Health AsianScientist (Feb. 4, 2015) - Despite the Supreme ...Asian Scientist, 1 month ago Call to bar doctors from capitation fee colleges Times of India, 2 months ago
Robust public private partnership (PPP) in healthcare is the need of the hour to keep Mumbai healthy, say health experts. SevenHills hospital conference at Mumbai Press Club on Wednesday Salman Ansari dna Robust public private ...DNA India, 2 months ago
Efforts of committed medical practitioners to promote ethics in the profession, reports In the early 1990s, a group of doctors, dismayed at the regulatory sloth of the Indian Medical Council, which had led to a rampant increase in unethical medical ...Money Life, 2 months ago
The Indian Merchants Chamber (IMC) organized an interactive session on A Discussion on Medical Ethics where renowned people like Dr. Nita Mukherjee, author of the biography titled 'Healing the Body: Touching The Heart: The Life & Times of Dr. L.M.Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 2 months ago
MUMBAI: Is surgery necessary? A city-based medical second opinion services centre has found an uncomfortable answer to this question that traumatizes every family whose member has been advised surgery. Almost 44% of the 12,500 patients for whom ...Times of India, 2 months ago
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