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Upcoming Hemogenomics Centre in Bangalore

William J. Rutter, a well known scientist and accomplished businessman of the U.S. holding more than 20 patents and patent applications,has announced intention to set up a high end rapid //diagnostic centre in Bangalore under the name of "Hemogenomics", which will be a marketing, selling and research company. ....Addressing a press conference on the sidelines of the BioAsia 2004 conference Banga...

Liver Transplant Surgery Conducted In Bangalore

A rare liver transplant surgery has been conducted by Indian doctors in the city of Bangalore on Rohit Pillai, a one-year-old boy. The surgery took place at the Asha Dinesh Institute for Organ Transplant. //The mother was the donor for the child who was afflicted by a congenital disease. ....The transplant surgeon Sanjay Govil said that the boy who was born with itching and jaundice was now nea...

Reservation boycott by Medical student fraternity continues in Bangalore

The demon of reservation has once again spread its venomous heads and is engulfing the student community. It is to the medical students’ displeasure. // ..As there strong opposition undergraduate students of the Bangalore Medical College staged a dharna in the Victoria Hospital campus. They were protesting against the Centre's proposal for reservation of seats for OBCs in elite educational instit...

Victoria Hospital In Bangalore is Lacking Beds In Emergency wards

It sadly been noticed that patients who come for emergency treatment at Victoria Hospital in Bangalore were not always assured of immediate attention //. The emergency ward at the hospital is said to be struggling to accommodate cases during mass tragedies owing to lack of beds. This has been further worsened with one of the wings of the casualty ward being under repair from the last four months....

New Medical College to be set up in Bangalore

Bangalore will have a new medical college from the next academic year. Chief Minister, H D Kumaraswamy said on Wednesday that the proposed medical college will be set// up at Beggars' Colony site on Magadi Road in addition to the new campus of the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health sciences. ....The CM said, "The revenue department will identify alternate land for the Beggars' Colony." He added...

Dialysis Trust Set Up in Bangalore by End-stage Kidney Patients

Bangalore: Awareness about chronic kidney disease was conducted in 50 countries on World Kidney day under the aegis of the //International Society of Nephrologists and the International Federation of Kidney Foundations. ....The main objective of the World Kidney Day is to emphasize to the masses the importance of kidneys and to disseminate the message that kidney ailments are common and serious...
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