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Colours of Life 2016: Hope floats
DNA India

Colours of Life 2016: Hope floats

It's the 12th edition of the Colours of Life exhibition organised by Cancer Patients Aid Association (CPAA). Titled Strokes of Hope , the agenda is to raise funds for underprivileged children suffering from cancer from the sale of paintings. Eminent ... DNA India, 5 days ago

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This techie started a buzzing hotline for the 33 lakh cancer patients in India

Cancer can be a traumatic time for the patient as well as their loved ones. And at a time like this, every worry or apprehension right from choosing a course of treatment to loving your body as it undergoes a whirlwind of change is equally valid ...
 Yourstory.in1 month ago
Zimbabwe Daily

Medical aid scam unearthed. . . Societies sign contracts with Indians to scout for patients

Paidamoyo Chipunza in Greater Noida, India Some medical aid societies are opting to have their members undergo medical procedures in India instead of having them done in Zimbabwe because of the high costs associated with local health care. Some ...
 Zimbabwe Daily2 months ago MEDICAL AID MEMBERS HEAD TO INDIA  Zimbabwe Daily2 months ago Free medical camps in Dimapur, Kohima  Nagaland Post1 week ago
Indian Express

Nepali students, traders, patients hit hard after demonetisation

There is no official estimate of how much Indian currency is in circulation in Nepal, but the fact that it is freely acceptable and convertible in Nepal. Like in rest of the world, Donald Trump's victory in the US Presidential Elections and likely ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago

Quality of Life, Psychological Interventions and Treatment Outcome in Tuberculosis Patients: The Indian Scenario

Introduction Psychological distress is a common phenomenon experienced by humans in a variety of conditions, but is vaguely understood. It is defined as a state of mind where the emotional suffering is associated with depression and anxiety ( ...
 Frontiers in Neurorobotics1 month ago
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Indian doctor accused of crimes becomes president of World Medical Association

Home » Health » / no comments NEW DELHI The World Medical Association(WMA),thetop medical-ethics body, on Friday installed an Indian doctorfacing corruption chargesas its president,despite controversy surrounding his appointment ...
 HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago When patients take too many pills, doctors de-prescribe  HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago Four in ten GP surgery patients delay bookings because of fears of prying receptionists  HealthMediciNet.com1 month ago

India has been able to arrest spread of HIV, but still accounts for most deaths in Asia

World AIDS Day is observed globally on December 1 to spread awareness and make people committed to take action against a disease that has claimed 35 million lives around the world so far. Globally, 37 million people today are leading their lives, ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

This Pioneering Doctor Discovered the First Case of HIV in India 30 Years Ago

When Suniti Solomon, the groundbreakingHIV researcher who documented the first casesof the infection in India in 1986,passed away on July 28, 2015, The New Yorker wrote: "As HIV swept across the world, in the mid-nineteen-eighties, no country ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago

Africa Monitor | Volume V; Issue XXIV | India health-care providers look to tap Africa growth wave

India health-care providers look to tap Africa growth wave Cash-rich Indian hospital groups such as recently listed Narayana Hrudayalaya Ltd. are setting up operations in Africa to tap a growing stream of middle-class patients from the continent ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 week ago
MedIndia

Rising Rates of Pulmonary Disease in India Seeks Emergency Action

Pulmonary diseases in India are in the urge of seeking emergency action and well-coordinated health response across the country to ensure lung health. "Recent smog in parts of north-central India had worsened the air quality in a dangerous manner ...
 MedIndia2 weeks ago Alarming rates of lung diseases warrant urgent action  OpEdNews.com2 weeks ago
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