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In haste, cleaner stole just one ring

The janitor’s haste in rummaging through the unattended purse saved the Jaslok Hospital theft victim from losing an additional diamond ring, a gold chain and an expensive watch. After the cleaner found one diamond ring, he assumed that there was nothing ... Asian Age, 2 months ago

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First glimmer: After Asian success, dengue vaccine trials come to India

Summary With no treatment in line for dengue, unlike malaria, control and prevention of this disease has posed a major challenge. A denguevaccine, tested on 10,275 children in the age-group of 2-14 years in Asia, has shown an overall efficacy ...
 Indian Express1 day ago

Hepatitis C medicine being imported for Rs 1 crore

MUMBAI: Even as a controversy rages on globally over the eye-popping price of US firm Gilead Science's hepatitis C drug at $1,000 a pill, Indian patients have already begun importing the medicine from countries like Canada spending, in some cases, ...
 Times of India2 days ago GILEAD SCIENCES : Hepatitis C medicine being imported for Rs 1 crore  4 Traders1 day ago

Dad could charm a woman from 18 to 80

Even the most hardnosed realist cannot remain immune to the romantic overtures of Lag jaa gale in Woh Kaun Thi. Or remain unmoved by the finality of separation in Shayad phir iss janam mein mulaqat ho na ho... In fact, the timeless 60s number was ...
 FilmFare.com5 days ago
International Business Times India

Erratic monsoon in Mumbai keep seasonal ailments in check

MUMBAI: Erratic monsoon may have given rise to water woes, but it has also spelt some good news on the disease front for the city. Some of the most worrisome seasonal ailments, including malaria and dengue, have shown 30%-65% dip compared with the ...
 Times of India6 days ago Malaria Scare Grips Mumbai Despite Delayed Monsoon, 2000 Cases Reported  International Business Times India2 months ago

Maha FDA writes to NPPA to bring medical devices under DPCO to curb profiteering

Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recommended to the Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) and National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) to bring medical devices including drug eluting stents (DES) under the Drug Price ...
 PharmaBiz1 week ago
Indian Express

Rear view: The beginning of resistance

After the Turkman Gate outrage, gunfire was heard in Muzaffarnagar. There, and in large areas around, the public fury and resistance was focused on Sanjay Gandhi's second obsession, population control. Source: CR Sasiskumar Opposition to the ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Busy urban women freeze eggs to secure motherhood

NAGPUR: Busy building career or marrying late, a large number of women in metro cities like Mumbai and Pune are preserving their eggs for future conception or pregnancy using assisted reproductive technology (ART). Though it is just the beginning of ...
 Times of India1 week ago

3 cadaver donations in 36 hrs benefit 12

MUMBAI: The city witnessed a record number of three cadaver donations within 36 hours, benefiting 12 patients with organ failure. The families of the three brain-dead patients donated six kidneys, two livers and four corneas at three hospitals, ...
 Times of India1 week ago Umrao Hospital saves three jaans: Umrao sets trends with first cadaver donation  DNA India3 weeks ago 2013 record for cadaver organ donation equalled  Times of India4 weeks ago

Gone with plane: likely 'cure for AIDS'

July 18: Several prominent experts on HIV on way to an international conference on AIDS in Melbourne were among the passengers killed in the Malaysia Airlines crash. The International AIDS Society (IAS) said today it had learnt that several ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
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