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About 299 results for "Tuberculosis Association Of India"

Specialist army to wage war on TB
The Telegraph

Specialist army to wage war on TB

The Jharkhand chapter of Indian Medical Association (IMA) has decided to adopt a two-pronged strategy to fight tuberculosis (TB) in the state. First, it will take steps to detect more cases, particularly in rural areas; and second, it will involve private ... The Telegraph, 2 weeks ago

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Los Angeles Times, 2 months ago
Manorama Online

India still home to quarter of global TB cases (March 24 is World TB Day)

Despite having a strong public sector programme to contain the disease, tuberculosis still remains a cause of concern for India, which has nearly a quarter of the global burden of TB, health experts said. Experts said measures which can help ...
 ProKerala.com3 weeks ago Killer disease that must be contained  New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago World TB Day on March 24: Quarter of Global TB Cases Reside in India  MedIndia3 weeks ago India Fights a Tougher TB  Inter Press Service1 month ago
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National Forum urges political parties to include TB in poll manifestos

MUMBAI: Considering that tuberculosis kills 1,000 Indians every day, isn't it time to evolve a specific strategy to control the disease? The National Forum on Tuberculosis — an organization set up last year by parliamentarians — recently wrote ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Make Tuberculosis control part of manifestos: Forum  ProKerala.com1 month ago
New Indian Express

Strive to Make India TB-free: Prez

President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday underlined the need to build an India free of tuberculosis After successfully eradicating polio. Participating in the platinum jubilee celebration of the Tuberculosis Association of India and also the ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago President Appeals for Eradicating TB From Country  New Indian Express1 month ago
All4Women

Centre of Excellence for TB Diagnostics launched in Delhi

To train lab technicians, microbiologists and chest physicians in TB diagnosis The National Institute of Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases (NITRD) in association with BD, a leading global medical technology company have established a Centre of ...
 Express Healthcare Management22 hours ago Accurate and affordable TB diagnosis becoming a reality  Scoop2 weeks ago Affordable TB Diagnosis in Private Sector Becoming a Reality  NewsBlaze2 weeks ago Symptoms, treatment and prevention of TB  All4Women4 weeks ago
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India becomes 7th largest contributor to WHOUMC's international drug safety database

In a strategic development, the Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission (IPC) which acts as the National Coordination Centre (NCC) for the Pharmacovigilance Programme of India (PvPI) informed that the country's contribution to WHO-UMC global safety database ...
 PharmaBiz5 days ago

MDR tuberculosis cases on a steady rise in city

Private practitioners have failed to follow national guidelines of treatment Pradip Chatterjee pchatterjee@thestatesman.net Kolkata, 10 April There has been a sharp rise in the number of patients suffering from multi-drug resistance ...
 The Statesman6 days ago
Finance 24

WHO joins call for affordable hepatitis C pills

Reuters photos capture the political mood as India gets ready for the 2014 Lok Sabha election. Slideshow LONDON (Reuters) - The World Health Organisation wants a "concerted effort" to drive down the cost of new hepatitis C drugs that offer a cure ...
 Reuters India1 week ago WHO seeks affordable hepatitis C pills  Finance 241 week ago WHO joins clamour to make new hepatitis C pills affordable  AlertNet1 week ago WHO Joins Clamor to Make New Hepatitis C Pills Affordable  Medscape6 days ago
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Funds Crunch Hits India's Drug Development Project

Lack of funds is threatening the smooth progress of India's unique Open Source Drug Discovery (OSDD) project, a first of its kind attempt to develop drugs for neglected diseases, when it is entering a ...
 Businessworld India1 week ago

Call for public-private health sector to follow standards of TB care

Rahul Kumar Dwivedi, Citizen News Service (CNS) Data suggests up to 40 to 50 percent of tuberculosis (TB) patients are likely to be accessing healthcare services in private sector. A study done in Lucknow by Dr Rajendra Prasad, former Professor ...
 OpEdNews.com2 weeks ago TB Treatment Should Be The Same in Private and Public Sector  NewsBlaze2 weeks ago State responds to global call against TB  E Pao3 weeks ago TB Rates Dropping in United States, but Not for All Groups  General Medicine eJournal3 weeks ago
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