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Bad Drugs Likely Killed Indian Women
Surgical Products

Bad Drugs Likely Killed Indian Women

Tainted drugs apparently killed 13 women who underwent sterilization procedures in central India after autopsies ruled out any surgery faults, according to officials. Amar Agarwal, Chhattisgarh state's health minister, said a preliminary finding ... Surgical Products, 1 week ago
Rat poison in tablets likely killed women Qatar Peninsula, 1 week ago
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Central Forensic Science Laboratory hangs police probes

An astounding 425 investigations into cases of rape, murder, drug smuggling, forgery and mysterious deaths were pending owing to the absence of forensic reports from Central Forensic Science Laboratory (CFSL), Sector 36, for more than two and a half years, an ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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Lab: India's Deadly Post-sterilization Drugs Tainted

NEW DELHI— And Indian laboratory has confirmed that drugs used as part of mass sterilizations at a government-run health camp, which killed at least 13 women and made dozens ill, were tainted. Indian Health Minister of Chattisgarh state, Amar ...
 VOA News1 day ago Medicine used at India sterilisation camp poisonous, says Minister  SABC2 days ago Lab Indias Deadly Post-sterilization Drugs Tainted  Bombay News.Net1 day ago Drugs may contain toxic substance  Asian Age1 week ago
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LabConnect Named One of the Fastest-Growing Private Companies

LabConnect, LLC., a leading provider of central laboratory services to the biopharmaceutical industry, is listed as one of the fastest-growing private companies by the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 , the Puget Sound ...
 BioSpace19 hours ago LABCONNECT : Named One of the Fastest-Growing Private Companies  4 Traders19 hours ago LabCorp to Acquire Covance for Approximately $5.6 Billion, Creating World's Leading Healthcare Diagnostics Company  Pharmacy Choice6 days ago
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Melbourne Age

Dentist dreams of cloning John Lennon

Somewhere inside the antiseptic interior of a secret North American laboratory, scientists are preparing to make John Lennon. Yes, really. In 2011, a Canadian dentist, Dr Michael Zuk paid about $50,000 for one of the deceased Beatle's teeth, and ...
 Melbourne Age3 days ago

Lawmakers advocates setting up of drug testing lab

Tage Taki has advocated immediate setting up of drug testing laboratory (DTL) and drug warehouse to improve the health care delivery system and safety of patients in Arunachal Pradesh. Addressing the Arunachal Pharmacists Convention here The BJP MLA ...
 Business Standard India3 days ago

Chhattisgarh used poor quality drugs

The state-owned Chhattisgarh Medical Services Corporation (CGMSC) is in the eye of a storm over alleged procurement of drugs that failed quality tests in different laboratories in India. The role of CGMSC, the central drug procurement agency of the state ...
 Asian Age5 days ago

‘Drug given to victims had poison’

The drugs reportedly distributed to the victims of botched surgeries in state government-organised family planning camps in Chhattisgarh’s Bilaspur district, which led to the deaths of 14 women, were laced with zinc phosphide, a chemical used as rat poison, ...
 Asian Age5 days ago
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Mehbooba Mufti urges Centre to rebuild health sector in Jammu and Kashmir

PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti today sought financial help from the Centre to rebuild health sector in Jammu and Kashmir besides a medicine bank and AIIMS-like institutes. In the Consultative Committee of Parliament for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, ...
 DNA1 month ago
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Sun, Ranbaxy may be asked to sell some businesses for CCI approval to merger

Ranbaxy Laboratories and Sun Pharmaceutical Industries are likely to be advised to sell parts of their businesses before the Competition Commission of India approves their merger. A source said the competition watchdog would by next month suggest 'structural remedies' that included selling key drug segments as conditions for clearing the country’s largest pharmaceutical industry merger. When contacted, both Sun Pharma and Ranbaxy refused to comment.On April 6, Sun Pharma announced it ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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