JAIPUR: Jan Swasthya Abhiyan (JSA) expressed concern and shock at the verdict of the Delhi High Court lifting the ban on 344 Fixed Dose Combinations (FDCs) of drugs by the government a few months back. In a press release on Saturday, JSA said, "This ... Times of India, 6 days ago
344 fixed dose combination drugs limit therapy choices - Times of India, 4 days ago
Concerns on HC verdict on 344 fixed dose drugs - Deccan Herald, 4 days ago
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JAIPUR: The Rajasthan chapter of Jan Swasthya Abhiyan (JSA) is petitioning the government to carry out modifications in the Bhamashah Swasthya Bima Yojana (BSBY), introduced last December, with the aim of allowing even the poorest access to private ...Times of India, 1 month ago
Pointing out huge gaps in the Bhamashah Swasthya Beema Yojana launched for poor families in December last year, a campaign of public health groups has called upon the Rajasthan government to carry out modifications in the scheme to ensure access of ...The Hindu, 1 month ago 'Modify Bhamashah to cover poor' Times of India, 1 month ago
Share Tweet Share Share Share The Indian Medical Association (IMA), a national voluntary body representing 2.7 lakh doctors in India, will collate a list of combination drugs that are irrational and unsafe so that ...EHealth Magazine, 3 days ago Indian Medical Association may collate list of combination drugs that are 'irrational' & 'unsafe' Economic Times, 3 days ago Call to doctors to shun drug cocktails Calcutta Telegraph, 5 days ago
In July this year, a 30-year-old widow killed herself by jumping in a well after killing her six-year-old daughter in MP's Damoh district, allegedly because she was tested positive for HIV (human immunodeficiency virus). The case, in which the ...Hindustan Times, 1 week ago
Health groups decry govt move to undermine affordable access to drugs by dismantling NPPA and diluting price controls on essential medicines
Health groups in the country have expressed grave concern over the recent reports that the government, through discussions with the Niti Ayog, is proposing sweeping changes to the regulatory framework for pharmaceuticals, which will grievously ...PharmaBiz, 4 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: Public health groups have raised concerns over the government's plans to overhaul the drug pricing policy and ease regulatory framework, contending that such a move will impact access to affordable medicines. "Even the existing system ...Times of India, 4 weeks ago
New Delhi, Oct. 11: An analysis of hunger levels worldwide released today has ranked India 97 among 118 countries with one in three children in the country facing stunted growth and 15 per cent of the population undernourished from lack of food. ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
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