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New hope for cancer victims – will vaccine cure the deadly bug

...er, though it isn’t very common. Globally it kills lakhs of people every year. And now there is some hope for the unfortunate victims. A new vaccine has been successfully tested on the pancreatic cancer victims and it has increased the survival rates in many. Vaccines are typically thought of as a way of ...

Low Cost Tissue Culture Vaccine For Encephalitis

...CRI has increased the production of vaccine from 5 lakhs units to 10 lakhs this year. The vaccine requires 3 doses of primary immunization, in which two doses are administered...

Medical College Construction At Raichur Makes Slow Progress

... planning. It is estimated that a minimum of Rs 25 lakhs would be required for renovation of the same. The concerned officials had even requested the local MLA’s to help in the mobilization process attempts of which ended up in vain. A three fourth of the building is still devoid of a roof and the men’s ...

Is complete eradication of Leprosy possible in India?

...ss. Leprosy cases in the country dropped from 1.49 lakhs in April 2005 to 1.07 lakhs on December 31, 2005. New leprosy cases are still being but the rate is as low as 35 % lower when...

Another Twist to the Tale of Reservation of Medical Seats

...on now comes with a price tag of a bond for Rs. 20 lakhs when claiming the allotted PG seat. The in-service candidates themselves become eligible for the quota only on completion of two years of Government service in the tribal areas or for three years in other areas. The Health Minister appealed to med...

Consumer Court Dismisses India’s Biggest Ever Medical Error Clai

...is) which affects only 1 or 1.3 persons, out of 10 lakhs (1 million),' the order said. 'We reiterate that doctors or surgeons do not undertake that they will positively cure a patient. With regard to the alleged deficiency in the treatment given to Mrs. Anuradha by opposite party doctors, there is no sub...

'Fishy' Medicine Stirs Controversy

.... 'Despite the false propaganda by a few people, lakhs of people are taking the medicine every year because they have faith in the medicine,' said Harinath Goud, the head of the Bathini family. The Vedika has decided to intensify its campaign against the fish medicine. 'This is nothing but exploitati...

Ker Govt To Adopt Orphaned Kids Of HIV Infected Parents

... of Grama Panchayat Committee at a cost of Rs 9.50 lakhs nine months ago, and were occasionally helped by their mother's younger sister Shylaja. The children's case was then taken up by +Keraleeyam+, an organisation under the state Social Welfare Department under +Navajeevanam+ scheme, which arranged furn...

Kerala Govt To Adopt Orphaned Kids Of HIV Infected Parents

... of Grama Panchayat Committee at a cost of Rs 9.50 lakhs nine months ago, and were occasionally helped by their mother's younger sister Shylaja. The children's case was then taken up by +Keraleeyam+, an organisation under the state Social Welfare Department under +Navajeevanam+ scheme, which arranged furn...

INS ASHVINI Bags Trophy For Best Armed Forces Hospital

...warded the Running trophy and a cash prize of Rs 2 lakhs to the Commandant of the hospital, Rear Admiral V K Saxena here today. The trophy, instituted in 1989, is given to the best functioning hospital among the Command Hospitals of the Indian Army and equivalent status hospitals of Navy and Air Force. S...

Donation Of Blood, Organs, Act Of Great Humanity: Shekhawat

...colleague Bashishtha Narain Singh for contributing lakhs of rupees to Indian Red Cross Society (Bihar chapter) for the blood bank. The Vice President also assured full support to the office bearers of Indian Red Cross Society in carrying forward the work for expansion of the blood bank programme. Gover...

Southern States Health Ministers To Discuss Ways To Stop Chikungunya

...sease has ravaged the four states and has infected lakhs of people in the biggest occurrence after it came to India through Kolkata in 1954-55. Andhra Pradesh Health Minister K. Rosaiah said Madhya Pradesh is also likely to send in a representative at the meeting. Chikungunya was confined to Kadapa, Kurn...

Maoist Leader-Turned Social Activist Passes Away

...anned in 1986. He carried a cash reward of Rs. 2 lakhs for leading the landless, who were mostly Dalits and from other backward castes. Vinayan, an MBBS from the Agra Medical College, was moved by the plight of the landless laborers in Bihar. Arriving in Bihar in 1974, he joined Jayaprakash Narayan'...

‘Bird flu-free’ India resumes egg expors

...aken by the Union government, including culling of lakhs of birds. Consequently, the Indian government declared the country to be ‘bird flu-free’ in the second week of August and also informed the World Organisation of Animal Health, also known as Organisation of International Epidemia (OIE). It is an in...

Lakhs Affected As Chikungunya Sweeps Across The Nation

...reads through mosquitoes, has resurfaced affecting lakhs of people across India.// The disease is characterised by high fever that lasts for around 7 to 10 days, and is usually associated with, painful joints, headache, vomiting, fatigue and nausea. The disease that is transmitted by the mosquito Aedes a...

A decade of service to cancer patients

...rom several organizations, it has a fund of Rs. 24 lakhs of which, an average of 1.5 lakhs is given for medical assistance to poor patients. Conducting classes on fight against cancer and r...

Journalist Alok Tomar arrested

...rther details, the officer said the amount was "in lakhs of rupees". Asked why the anti-terrorism wing of Delhi Police had made the arrest, Kumar simply said: "The case was transferred to us recently and we have arrested him." In February, Tomar was arrested for reprinting the controversial Danish cart...

Mid-Day Meal Scheme Catches on in India

...covering nearly 12 crore children in more than 9.5 lakhs primary schools/Education Guarantee Scheme (EGS)/Alternative and Innovative Education (AIE) centers. The scheme provides a hot cooked meal of a minimum 450 calories and 12 gms of protein. The Scheme has been revised in June 2006 to ensure provision...

Tobacco Control Laws to Be Regulated in India

...bacco control agenda in India to save the lives of lakhs of poor people in the country. We must envisage the cities of Delhi and Mumbai going smoke-free by 2009… as India now has the honour of hosting the 2009 WCTOH Conference in February 2009 in Mumbai. The Ministry of Health and Family welfare have...

Bidi Workers Protest Against Using Skull and Crossbones Sign on Packets

...k to a better future and protect the livelihood of lakhs of beedi worker families," Karunanidhi wrote. Bidi smoking, like cigarettes and other nicotine products, is said to be injurious to health and has been officially declared so by the central government. But the caution, in the form of the skull s...

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