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Tuberculosis Free India: 'TB is a Battle We Need to Fight Together'

Tuberculosis Free India: 'TB is a Battle We Need to Fight Toge...

Tuberculosis (TB) is a curable disease that kills one Indian every 90 seconds. Each year, 2.2 million new cases of TB are reported in the country, out of which an estimated 71,000 cases are of multi-drug resistant TB (MDR-TB). This curable disease ... MedIndia, 4 weeks ago
Tracking India's hidden burden The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
Towards A TB Free India: It Cannot ... Counter Currents, 1 month ago

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Every three minutes, two people are dying of Tuberculosis in India

In an interview with TOI's Santosh.Sonawane, the district Tuberculosis officer Yuvraj Deore, talks about the initiatives being by the department to sensitise people about the deadly disease and to bring those suffering from it under treatment.
 Times of India1 month ago

High Prevalence and Heterogeneity of Diabetes in Patients With TB in South India A Report from the Effects of Diabetes on Tuberculosis Severity (EDOTS)Study

Background Previous studies reported an association of diabetes mellitus (DM) with TB susceptibility. Many studies were retrospective, had weak diagnostic criteria for DM, and did not assess other comorbidities. The Effects of Diabetes on ...
 CHEST1 month ago
News India Times

Indian-American Physicians Want Voice at National Policy Level

By a Staff Writer During its 34th annual convention June 30-July 4, in New York City, the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin, AAPI, plans to celebrate its achievements and look ahead to strengthen its standing in the American ...
 News India Times1 month ago

ASPA Consumer and Industry Centric Campaign Make Sure India Debut in Uttar Pradesh

The Authentication Solution Providers Association (ASPA) is the world's first and only self-regulated non-profit organization that represents the entire authentication solutions industry globally. ASPA today announces the debut of its industry and ...
 Packaging Europe1 month ago

Obama Knowingly Lets in Refugees With Tuberculosis: Ships Them to Indiana (Video)

(Before It's News) In the following video, Alex Jones reveals that In a memo obtained by government watchdog Judicial Watch following a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security over a Freedom of Information Act request, a ...
 Before It's News2 months ago

Four Refugees With Infectious Tuberculosis Sent to Indiana in 2015

SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER Four refugees sent to Indiana by the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement in 2015 were diagnosed with active tuberculosis once they arrived in the Hoosier State, according to the Indiana Department of Health. ...
 Breitbart.com2 months ago

Daily drug regimen for TB treatment from Sept-Oct

Nagpur: Finally, the government of India has decided to start the much-needed daily drug regimen instead of the existing alternate days schedule for tuberculosis (TB) treatment. To begin with, the exercise is likely to be launched in five states, ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Much-delayed daily TB regimen to roll out by October  Femina1 month ago Long-delayed daily regimen for tuberculosis to be out this October  Times of India1 month ago

State is the real battleground for public health sector

Nagpur: Dr Anand Bang is known for his work in improving maternal health of rural women during his association with the Gadchiroli-based Society for Education, Action and Research in Community Health (Search), that was founded by his parents, Dr ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Health Ministry's own survey projects bleak picture  Economic Times1 month ago Nigeria: Health of the nation  The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago Legislative Gaps in Health Sector Reforms  SlideShare.net1 month ago
The Hindu

Health care needs Skill India too

Deficiencies in quality of care result from knowledge gaps or the inability to change. Bengal doctor beaten up, Hospital ransacked by angry relatives, AIIMS doctor assaulted by patient's relative, FIR filed… over the last many years such events ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
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