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Experts assess TB situation in Sikk...

A team of experts from the Central TB Division and WHO and USAID led by Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, DG, ICMR, recently visited Gangtok to take stock of the tuberculosis situation in Sikkim. This was in response to an invitation by Lok Sabha MP P.D. Rai.
 The Echo Of India4 days ago
News Track India

International workshop on Health Technology Assessment (HTA) inaugurated

Shri Faggan Singh Kulaste and Smt Anupriya Patel, Ministers of State for Health and Family Welfare inaugurated the international workshop on Health Technology Assessment (HTA), here today. The three-day workshop is being jointly organized by the ...
 Press Information Bureau13 hours ago Health ministry inaugurates international workshop on Health Technology Assessment  Financial Express8 hours ago

Devi Awards: Finding life in death

Dr Shirley Vasu Forensic surgeon How is it like to dissect one dead body after another, day after day, year after year? Dr Shirley Vasu can answer that one. The first women forensic pathologist in Kerala, she has handled over 1,000 cases, many ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago

Body to check health technology on cards

India's unregulated health technology sector is finally proposed to be brought under watch, with the Ministry of Health planning a body to certify health technology, including equipment, drugs and vaccines. The Medical Health Technology Assessment ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 days ago Health department to launch new board to standardise health care, reduce private malpractice  DNA India2 days ago Solar systems to power primary health centres  New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago

Benefits, challenges emerge in evolution of rheumatology-dermatology clinics

AT 2016 GRAPPA ANNUAL MEETING MIAMI (FRONTLINE MEDICAL NEWS) Combined rheumatology-dermatology clinics to help people with psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and other relevant overlapping conditions continue to evolve, with evidence suggesting ...
 PM 3603 days ago
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Is schizophrenia a disorder of the immune system?

Using data from the largest ever genetic study of schizophrenia, researchers have shed light on the role of the immune system. It had been suspected that the illness was an autoimmune disorder like multiple sclerosis, Crohn's or rheumatoid ...
 Alpha Galileo6 days ago

PediSTARS India & Berkeley HealthEDU collaborate to conduct India's first simulation training workshop for paediatric trauma management

Share Tweet Share Share Share Dr Sujatha Thyagarajan, Founder Member, PediSTARS India emphasised on the need for great co-ordination while treating a critically injured child Pediatric Simulation Training and Research ...
 EHealth Magazine1 week ago PediSTARS India conducts India's first simulation training workshop for Pediatric Trauma Management in Delhi in partnership with Berkeley HealthEDU  Pocket News Alert.com1 week ago Transasia Bio-Medicals wins Best Healthcare Brand 2016 Committed to meeting diagnostic needs of emerging markets  EHealth Magazine2 weeks ago
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Rasagola, Tansen music dominate city Raahgiri

ding with the Niladribije of the Trinity in Puri, Rasagola Divas dominated as the central theme here at 27th Raahgiri here on Sunday. Thousands of visitors got an opportunity to see the recipe of the famous Pahala Rasagola live at the Raahgiri ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Odisha: Ragulla, Odia Skills And Tansen Singh Dominate Raahgiri 27th Edition in Bhubaneswar  Orissadiary.com1 week ago Odisha woman farmer's roller coaster ride to dignity  OdishaSunTimes.com1 month ago

'No clearance needed for clinical trial on brain-dead patients'

Dr. Bansal is not manipulating a cadaver, which means the patients are not quite dead: ICMR DG Despite ethical and regulatory concerns being raised over a clinical trial to revive brain-dead patients, the study's principal investigator Dr.
 The Hindu1 week ago
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