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Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme

Number of TB patients registered under the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP) in the year 2014 (state-wise) is given below: Total TB Cases Registered under Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP) in the year 2014 State ... PIB, 2 months ago

We Miss Diagnosing 1 Million Patients, Accelerate Process Of TB-Free India: Experts

India's fight against tuberculosis (TB) has made remarkable progress in spite of alarming challenges. To create TB-free India, Indian Health Ministry launched 'Call To Action For TB Free India' on April 23. It is time to start preparing and ...
 MedIndia4 weeks ago corporates-stakeholders-must-support-tb-free-india-jp-nadda-health-minister-148579-1.htm Corporates, Stakeholders Must Support TB Free India: JP Nadda, Health Minister  MedIndia1 month ago Political will and commitment can eradicate tuberculosis  Manorama Online2 months ago India Needs Political Will to Effectively Control Tuberculosis  MedIndia2 months ago
Modern Ghana

Early Diagnosis and Treatment of Tuberculosis Key to Better Outcomes

Early and accurate diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB) and treating with the standard combination of drugs that are sensitive and work for a particular patient is the 'absolute must' steps for progressing towards ending TB. Although sounds simplistic yet ...
 MedIndia3 weeks ago A Controlled Study of Tuberculosis Diagnosis in HIV-Infected and Uninfected Children in Peru  Plosone.org4 weeks ago No Other Way Out: We Need To Early Diagnose TB And Treat With Drugs That Work Bobby Ramakant  Modern Ghana4 weeks ago We need to early diagnose TB and treat with drugs that work  Media For Freedom4 weeks ago

Re: Swine flu: how well did India respond?

In developing countries like India, we have a few more urgent issues to handle, e. g. tuberculosis among respiratory illnesses. Main article here states that swine flu claimed 2335 lives this year. Tuberculosis (TB) claims about 1000 lives per day ...
 British Medical Journal3 weeks ago

Govt data reveals sharp rise in TB cases

RANCHI: On World Tuberculosis Day, the state is battling rising cases of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis (MDR TB). Government data has revealed a sharp rise in TB cases in the past one year as thousands of people are still undetected. MDR TB, ...
 Times of India2 months ago Mass rally marks World TB Day  New Delhi Pioneer2 months ago
India Today

World Tuberculosis Day: Govt facing hurdles in TB treatment

Public refusal to seek treatment from government health centres, rising patient numbers and monetary challenges are some bottlenecks being faced by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare regarding Tuberculosis (TB). With the launch of the ...
 India Today2 months ago Experts urge govt to implement TB treatment regimes  ZeeNews.com2 months ago
Yahoo! India

Five problems ailing veterinary medicine in India that you should know about

Besides our attachment to pet animals,India's livestock industry alone contributes almost four percent of the GDP. So why does veterinary medicine in India languish with perennial problems? A veterinary team examines a donkey near Meerut. Photo ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago
Japan Times

Indian doctors successful in tackling tuberculosis

Weighing just 35 kg (77 lbs), shunned by his relatives and friends and in extreme pain due to the side effects of a cocktail of medicines, 40-year-old Pal spent weeks in bed. People participate in an awareness programme on TB (tuberculosis) in ...
 Khaleej Times2 months ago Indian doctors find success in tackling the 'invisible burden' of tuberculosis  Sharenet2 months ago FEATURE-Indian doctors find success in tackling the "invisible burden" of tuberculosis  AlertNet2 months ago Two city doctors defeat TB's most dangerous strain  Mumbai Mirror2 months ago

India needs political will to tackle Tuberculosis epidemic, claims doctor

Washington, Mar.24 (ANI): A senior doctor has recently stated that India needs political will and dedication with sufficient resources to tackle TB epidemic. Unless this happens, TB will continue to be India's silent epidemic and a death sentence ...
 Yahoo! India2 months ago India needs to do much more to tackle its alarming TB epidemic  EurekAlert!2 months ago

Soligenix Announces Presentation and Poster at the 2015 Chemical and Biological Defense Science and Technology Conference in St. Louis, MO

The presented results will address recent preclinical efficacy findings in three programs, including: SGX943 in the treatment of antibiotic resistant infections including melioidosis, RiVax, a proprietary thermostable ricin toxin vaccine, in an ...
 Morningstar.com3 weeks ago Soligenix, Inc. (SNGX: OTCQB) | Soligenix Announces Presentation and Poster at the 2015 Chemical and Biological Defense Science and Technology Conference in St. Louis, MO  Pink Sheets3 weeks ago INTREXON : Soligenix Announces Presentation and Poster at the 2015 Chemical and Biological Defense Science and Technology Conference in St. Louis, MO  4 Traders3 weeks ago
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