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Hi-tech TB test low on accuracy: AIIMS study

India's fight against tuberculosis seems to have hit a roadblock with a study raising serious doubts on the accuracy of a diagnostic test being promoted by the government and top health agencies of the world. GeneXpert test, which is used to ... DNA India, 2 months ago

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Los Angeles Times, 5 months ago

New tools to diagnose human TB in Asian elephants

By | IANS India Private Limited/Yahoo India News New York, July 16 (IANS) Tuberculosis (TB) not only attacks humans but elephants too and scientists have now developed new tools to detect and monitor TB in elephants, including Asian breed. ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago

Government of India and World Bank Sign $100 Million Agreement for Accelerating Universal Access to Early and Effective Tuberculosis Care in India

WASHINGTON , May 28 -- World Bank issued the following news release: The government of India , the government of Bihar and the World Bank today signed a $84 million credit agreement to deliver better quality, timely and effective social protection ...
 HispanicBusiness.com1 month ago WORLD BANK : Government of India and World Bank Sign $100 Million Agreement for Accelerating Universal Access to Early and Effective Tuberculosis Care in India  4 Traders1 month ago 22 million lives saved, 56 million people treated in global TB efforts  Catholic Online2 weeks ago

Tuberculosis Management Practices of Private Practitioners in Pune Municipal Corporation, India

by Sandeep Bharaswadkar, Avinash Kanchar, Narendra Thakur, Shubhangi Shah, Brinda Patnaik, Eleanor S. Click, Ajay M. V. Kumar, Puneet Kumar Dewan Background Private Practitioners (PP) are the primary source of health care for patients in India.
 Plosone.org1 month ago
Bio Spectrum Asia

What Has TB Got To Do With An Aids Conference?

Well almost everything. Tuberculosis (TB) remains the most common AIDS-defining illness and the leading cause of death in people living with HIV (PLHIV) with 1 in 5 HIV-associated deaths in 2012 attributed to TB. At least one third of the 35.3 ...
 NewsBlaze2 hours ago What has TB got to do in an AIDS Conference?  Mangalorean4 days ago AIDS 2014 kicks off in Melbourne  Bio Spectrum Asia2 days ago
NBCNews.com

Not Monkeying Around: Unruly Rhesus Rob, Terrorize

NEW DELHI, India — Madi is a bully. He has three-inch canines that glisten when he snarls. And that's a good thing, says his owner, Niraj. Madi is a langur — a large, grey monkey with a black face and ears, endemic to South Asia. Big and ...
 NBCNews.com2 days ago Delhi's 30,000 unruly monkeys steal stuff, terrorize people and even kill  GlobalPost3 days ago

India Genomics and Molecular Diagnostics Market Prospects to 2018 - Driven by Automation and Introduction of New Technologies

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/b4q5qg/india_genomics) has announced the addition of the "" report to their offering. The advent of the latest inventions and technologies in accurate detection and quicker screening, ...
 Individual.com1 week ago Research and Markets: India Genomics and Molecular Diagnostics Market Prospects to 2018 - Driven by Automation and Introduction of New Technologies  TMC Net1 week ago RESEARCH AND MARKETS : India Genomics and Molecular Diagnostics Market Prospects to 2018 - Driven by Automation and Introduction of New Technologies  4 Traders1 week ago
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Mini marathon, maximum success

Around 850 people participated in the 'Mini-Marathon' on Sunday held by Jipmer, in association with the Rotary Club of Pondicherry Beach Town. The marathon held as part of the institution's Golden Jubilee celebrations aimed to raise awareness ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
MedIndia

Tobacco Use a Big 'No' for People With TB and Diabetes, Say Health Experts

Health experts say tobacco use is hazardous for people living with diabetes and those suffering from or at risk of tuberculosis (TB). For the former it acts as an hindrance in their control of blood sugar and in case of the latter their ability ...
 MedIndia2 weeks ago Strong link between indoor air pollution, TB in children: Study  Indian Express6 days ago Tobacco use a big No for people with TB and diabetes  Mangalorean2 weeks ago
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Economist Intelligence Unit Report Calls for Urgent Global Act…

Date: Monday, June 30, 2014 12:27 GMT · LONDON, June 30 / PR Newswire-AsiaNet / A new report on tuberculosis (TB) published today by The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) investigates the increasing health challenges posed by TB and calls ...
 Asia PR News3 weeks ago Fighting for Their Lives: Economist Intelligence Unit Report F…  Asia PR News4 weeks ago
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