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Botched Abortions Trigger Concern Over Legal Ambiguity In Britain

...g obstetricians accuse the doctors who carried out botched abortions of 'sub-standard' medicine....

China Doubles Its Investment In AIDS/HIV Treatment.

...ain reason being this province was involved in the botched blood-selling scheme during the mid 1990s. The government is taking all possible steps to keep the number under control. It is also aiming to keep the number of affected HIV/AIDS patients within the limits mentioned by the World Health Organization...

Drug Trial Victims to Sue Firm

...n student are suing a US-based research firm for a botched drug trial here for which they had volunteered only to be admitted to intensive care with multiple organ failures. // Nav Modi, 24, and five other youngsters are claiming millions of pounds for the devastating blunders made during the trial conduct...

Judicial Probe Ordered for Botched Eye Surgery Camp

...t Friday ordered a judicial probe to investigate a botched cataract surgery camp at the Guwahati Medical College in which 38 people were blinded.// Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said the enquiry would be conducted by a retired judge of the Gauhati High Court and was expected to submit the report in t...

British Doctor of Indian Origin Saves Bihar Woman's Life

Patna: A botched up family planning operation would have claimed one more woman's life in Bihar if a visiting British doctor of Indian origin// wasn't there to perform a lifesaving surgery. London-based doctor Ashok Vardhan's visit to Purnea district, 300 km from h...

US Hospital Group Offers Warranty on Surgeries

Victims of botched up surgeries generally suffer in silence, cough up more money to get things right. Some do move the courts , with mixed results. And here comes the news that a hospital group in central Pennsylvania is offering warranty on its workmanship, charging...

Physios Find It Difficult to Find Job in NHS

...nior doctor was left unemployed as a result of the botched recruitment system. CSP chief executive Phil Gray said: "The early indications for 2007 are very grim. These places are all paid for by the NHS, the numbers are commissioned by the NHS and the NHS therefore has a responsibility, we would suggest. I...

NHSs Golden Handshake Shocks People

...gh questions to answer. This is a consequence of a botched re-organization, and entirely bureaucratic. It's a lot of cash when you consider that it could have been used for frontline services." Mr. Town had been working with the NHS for the past 35 years and he was eligible for early retirement and entitle...

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