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Apollo inaugurates centre for back and neck pain

Apollo Hospitals recently launched a one crore documentation based care (DBC) centre project in Chennai for back and neck pain management, claimed to be the first of its kind in the country. Dr Pratap Reddy, //chairman of Apollo Hospitals told the press that DBC, a revolutionary concept resulting from over 25 years of international research, is patented by the noted specialist Dr Simo Taimela of...

Health Minister Inaugurates Institute for Diarrhea Diseases

The state of art Research and Control Centre has come up in Kolkata to contain Diarrheal diseases in the country. ....The most modern facility is one of the best of its kind equipped with the modern equipment to do research and control the disease. //The Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Dr. Anbumani Ramadoss, will inaugurate and dedicate to the nation the four storey building named the 'Di...

NACO Inaugurates 37 Additional HIV Treatment Centers

New Delhi: The National AIDS Control Organization (NACO) has instituted 37 centers, in addition to the existing 54, to provide free anti-retroviral treatment (ART). //The count of NACO centers stand at 91, with 9 more centers on the anvil. .. ..These centers will support the treatment of nearly 85,000 patients, who will avail the services of exclusive doctors, counselors and laboratory technician...

Mukherjee Inaugurates Tele-education and Tele-medicine Centres in Addis Ababa

The much awaited Pan-Africa e-network got underway today when External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee inaugurated a tele-education centre at the Addis Ababa University here. ......The project is the direct outcome of an offer made by President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam in 2004 during the inaugural session of the Pan-African Parliament at Johannesburg. ......During the inauguration, Mukherjee said:...
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