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Patients at receiving end as doctors' protest on

New Delhi: Patients continue to be denied treatment as doctors and nurses from seven major civic hospitals refused to call off their indefinite strike, which entered the fifth day on Wednesday. Every day, over 10,000 patients are treated at North ... Times of India, 4 days ago

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Delhi doctors save patient suffering from rare condition

Doctors at a city hospital saved a patient from Kolkata who was suffering from a rare condition of heart called Arrhythmogenic Right Ventricular Dysplasia (ARVD), which is life-threatening. According to the doctors, the patient, Tapan Kumar, suffered from a ...
 Asian Age1 month ago Doctors allege misuse' of funds in health sector  New Delhi Pioneer6 hours ago Doctors perform rare operation on aspiring footballer  Asian Age3 weeks ago

Glenmark Introduces EMI Scheme for Cancer Treatment Drugs

New Delhi : Glenmark Pharmaceuticals has rolled out an EMI scheme for cancer patients in order to help them continue treatment and meet the high cost of medication. The Mumbai-based company has included its two drugs - Abirapro, prescribed for ...
 NDTV14 hours ago Glenmark Pharmaceuticals introduce EMI scheme for cancer treatment drugs  Financial Express18 hours ago

Two kidney failure patients get new lease of life in Delhi

New Delhi, Feb 7 (IANS) Two kidney failure patients got a fresh lease of life on Sunday, thanks to the noble deed of a family in donating organs of a brain-dead patient and some timely help from Delhi Police. A 38-km 'green corridor' was created ...
 Yahoo! India14 hours ago Wrong pain-killers damage kidney among diabetes patients  News Chennai Online2 months ago

Haemophilia drugs set to cost more

New Delhi, Feb. 6: Patients who rely exclusively on imported versions of certain medicines against cancer, diabetes and HIV, among other illnesses, may need to pay higher prices after a government move to boost sales of domestic drugs. A ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 day ago 'Make In India' fuels price rise fear for vital medicines  MSN News US10 hours ago
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Wow! patient gets his train ticket confirmed after a request on Twitter

New Delhi: A request on social networking site Twitter drew prompt response from Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu and helped a patient in getting his tickets in Dibrugarh Rajdhani confirmed for tarvel from Jalpaiguri to here. Ramesh Kumar was to ...
 ZeeNews.com2 days ago PTI - RAIL-PATIENT - Patient gets his ticket confirmed after a request on Twitter  Namibia Press Agency2 days ago Patient without confirmed ticket gets help from Railway Ministry via Twitter  DNA India1 day ago Railways Minister Responds to Tweet, Gets Ticket for Patient  New Indian Express3 days ago
India Today

Delhi's air could be reason for prolonged use of inhalers for asthma patients

21 January 2016, New Delhi, Piyush Ohrie The bad air of Delhi and high pollution levels are forcing several asthma patients in the national Capital to increase the duration of their bronchodilators (inhalers), causing a shift in taking ...
 Millennium Post2 weeks ago French woman launches photo campaign to raise awareness for clean air in Delhi  India Today3 days ago Humans of Delhi pose for clean air  Yahoo! India3 days ago Delhi Begins to Confront Air Pollution Crisis  VOA News1 week ago

One In Five Lung Cancer Patients In Delhi Is A Victim Of Pollution, Doctors Claim

In what could be an alarming fallout of air pollution, top cancer doctors say they have noted a significant rise in lung cancer among non-smokers in recent years. Roughly one in every five persons diagnosed with the disease does not smoke, they ...
 Indiatimes3 days ago Cancer awareness and care can make difference: Specialists  India Blooms2 days ago 20% of Delhi's lung cancer patients non-smokers: Doctors  Times of India4 days ago 20 percent of Delhi&Number 039s lung cancer patients non-smokers: Doctors  EnvironmentGuru.com3 days ago
Hindustan Times

App to provide 24X7 free medicines at Delhi govt hospitals!

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Delhi government will launch a mobile app that will help patients report non-availability of medicines at the state-run hospitals. The motive is to provide free medicines round-the-clock and to avoid any ...
 ZeeNews.com4 days ago Helpline, app to tackle medicine shortage  Deccan Herald4 days ago Delhi: Govt launches app, helpline to ensure availability of medicines  Hindustan Times4 days ago App to Report Non-Availability of Medicines at Government Hospitals  NDTV4 days ago
Millennium Post

Centre backs 'passive euthanasia' in court

New Delhi, Jan. 29: The Centre has told the Supreme Court it supports "passive euthanasia" for terminally ill patients under a strictly regulated procedure but opposes any form of "active euthanasia". In an affidavit filed through the ministry of ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Examining Law Panel's report on euthanasia: Centre to SC  Millennium Post2 days ago Examining Law Commission's report on euthanasia: Centre to SC  Press Trust of India2 days ago Examining Law Commission`s report on euthanasia: Centre to SC  ZeeNews.com2 days ago
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