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ICMR along with other International Research organisation with drug development for Neglected Diseases

...ses is a mere trickle compared to the large amount invested in R&D for possible blockbuster drugs for diseases like cancer and hypertension, or lifestyle disorders such as impotence, obesity and baldness. Some organizations from across the world are looking for solutions to ease the plight of the poor suff...

Indian And Danish Research Agencies To Work Together For Osteoporosis

...a Nordic Research Pvt. Ltd in which Avesthagen has invested 2.5 million euros and the Danish research organization had invested the same. "The alliance will cover diagnosis, treatment and prevention of osteoporosis and related ...

Nanotechnology Revolution To Be Spearheaded By European Union

...ases. Six billion dollars (4.84 billion euros) are invested in nanotechnology around the world every year. Nanosciences is the birth of a new medical technology which augments various fields of physics, chemistry, mechanics, biology and electronics offering better treatment options at an affordable cost. Na...

New Research To Study Brain Changes In Premature Births

...re dying unnecessarily because too little money is invested in projects like this." <A spokeswoman for the premature baby charity Bliss said, "This is a very welcome piece of research which could have a significant impact on the quality of life of the 80,000 babies born prematurely or sick in the UK each ...

Mexico and US border attain a new outlook due to BiNational Sustainability Laboratory

...Mexican National Council of Science and Technology invested $ 400000 each. State of New Mexico‘s Economic Development contributed $100000. The Mexican National Council of Science and Technology spokesperson said that this project will be able to change the view about borders among many countries. The pro...

All Specialty Care Treatments Will Be Offered At Belle Vue.

...ospital by 2006. In this project Rs 30 crores is invested to transform this // clinic into a 200 bed hospital with all the health care facilities. A plastic surgery unit is also to be opened under the same roof with an investment of Rs 1 crore. He emphasized on the growing demand for plastic surgery as ...

Use Of Viread Spreads As New Anti-AIDS Site Is Launched

... Indiana in 2006. An amount of US$ 14,000 has been invested by Los Angeles County Department of Health Services in this effort, and another US$ 8,000 annual spending is planned. The site will also contribute towards early testing for the diseases. There are also chances that those who wish to play pranks ca...

Surgeons being paid triple the amount to cut waiting lists

.... Many surgeons also believe the funding should be invested in long-term capacity. Statistics show that there were 1,249 inpatients still in the waiting list for treatment. and11, 854 outpatients for an appointment with a consultant. Apart from this 35000 patients who do not have waiting time guaranteed a...

Hyderabad Firm To Manufacture Tamiflu In India

... The drug is to cost 75 INR and Hetero has already invested $17 million towards this particular enterprise. "The whole world is for planning. WHO has advised the countries to stock up to 10 per cent of their population," Reddy said. Bird flu has stuck with a vengeance in South East Asia and has already cla...

Rise in the death rates among the British due to alcohol intake.

...ther hand said that they were also worried and has invested huge amounts of money and people related to alcohol problems. The deaths due to alcohol consumption amounted to about 22000 every year and liver cirrhosis is just one part of the bad consequences of alcohol consumption. Alcohol is thought to cause ...

Free HIV Tests Brings Crowd to the Testing Centers

...ults it should be continued. At the moment for $92 invested in free HIV testing and counseling at an organization such as KIWAKKUKI, an HIV infection can be averted. These testing centers reduce high-risk sexual behavior and prevent HIV transmission and thereby provide treatment for sexually-transmitted disea...

Free HIV Tests far more cost effective than small fee

...early helps to avert HIV infections. For every $92 invested in free HIV testing and counselling at an organization such as KIWAKKUKI, an HIV infection can be averted."...

President Bush proposes HSAs scheme for the benefit of both the workers and the country

...lans to increase the minimum amount that should be invested in the savings account. But problems may arise due to the lack of available, objective information about the cost and quality of health care providers, facilities and procedures. Hence Haugh said that transparency in pricing is very essential. J...

Scotland lags far behind in meeting the demand of prostate cancer treatment

...e figures are proper and correct and recently they invested about £150m in cancer services to reduce the long waiting queue. ...

Hospitals In India Opt For High-tech Scanners

...GE Healthcare, three leading Indian hospitals have invested in the next generation scanner, while more hospitals are in the pipeline, according to V. Raja, GE Healthcare Technologies president and CEO for South Asia. "We have so far supplied the LightSpeed Volume CT, which is the world's first volume comput...

British fertility clinics have low success rates

...ntre in London, said that some of the couples have invested about £100,000 without success. He blamed the overall performance of British centres on poor training for scientists. Bill Ledger, professor of obstetrics and gynaecology at Sheffield University, who also runs an NHS IVF clinic said that the Europe...

NHS Forced to Borrow Money at Rates of 10 percent

...borrowing could be 10% while those NHS trusts that invested their profits could receive interest of about 20%. The proposal has brought about wide criticism from several trusts as this would ultimately penalize those institutions that were least able to pay. The move follows close on the heels of several jo...

Technology Can Help Fight Health Care Costs

...tated that in 2004, Universal Health Services also invested into a new digital system for X-rays and radiology tests for the Manatee County hospitals. Thereby there’s no need for doctors to now wait for x-ray prints but can easily access the patient X-rays electronically through the computer. This has helped ...

Biocon To Shift Focus On Innovation To Accelerate Growth

...y continues to be a strong differentiator. We have invested Rs.760 million in R&D capabilities during fiscal 2...lion. As part of its capital expenditure, Biocon invested Rs.6.5 billion over the last two years in expanding its existing capacities and setting up new manuf...

Lack Of Insurance Means Worse Care For Uninsured

...worth it then Medicare at the very least should be invested in making sure people get this low-cost prevention and chronic care treatments early on....

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