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Steps To Improve Quality Of Plant-Based Drugs

...submit a list of materials used to the state drugs licensing authorities. This will ensure right quantity of material used as well as help build a database on the use of plants. The board has decided to start a registration of farmers who cultivate medicinal plants. The registration system was not being done t...

Hike in drug licence fee could hit several SSI units in TN

...ng to industry sources here, the steep hike in the licensing fees has come at a time when the industry in the state is reeling under tight market conditions with many companies on the brink of closure. // The drug manufacturing licence fee in the state has been raised from Rs. 1500 to Rs. 5000 per product. ...

A promising treatment for wart removal

...al which, if successful, will lead to its eventual licensing and widespread availability....

Thalidomide may stage a comeback

...ffects potentially for harm and good and its wider licensing will require extraordinary measures....

Hyderabad To Have Asia’s First Catheter Making Uni

...nd Japan. The company has entered into a worldwide licensing agreement with Blue Membranes GmbH, Germany, for carbon-based drug delivery platform. The use of porous carbon-carbon nano particle coating will eliminate the use of polymer based platform, thus completely reducing tissue inflammation and reaction (...

US Senate Votes against Testing of Pesticide on Humans

...ld allow the EPA to use third party human tests in licensing decisions, within careful constraints. Unlike the Boxer amendment, it does not prohibit the EPA from conducting its own tests. A joint House Senate committee is expected this summer to determine which version prevails. (Source: Nature Medcine)...

Lawmakers alerted on new tobacco control policies by research team

...e licenses for repeated sales to minors. Fees from licensing of tobacco vendors can be used to fund enforcement activities and to develop and maintain active, large-scale programs. 4. Raise the legal age for sale or purchase and consumption of tobacco and nicotine products from 18 to 21. 5. Promote policie...

India May not Face Bird Flu Outbreak

...cines in India. In case of an epidemic, compulsory licensing is always an option, but it’s not needed now,” said Health minister Raadoss....

Drug companies in India keen on developing bird flu drug

The government is likely to invoke the compulsory licensing (CL) provision in the Patents Act that would enabl...e in case the pandemic hits India. Once compulsory licensing has been issued, manufacture of the drug can be initiated, to ensure both domestic and international...

Indian Government Sets Up Task Force For Avian flu

...Roche, Cipla and Ranbaxy, and are looking into the licensing and patent issues,’ said an official from the Health Ministry. The government is following the WHO Action Plan that classifies the disease in six phases. India is a Phase I country as no cases have been reported so far. ‘While we have got the reag...

Are You Ill? Have A Hard Laugh!

...iced what they learned, Takayanagi said. Although licensing requires some serious medical expertise, not all therapists specialise in medicine. Some are businessmen, homemakers, retirees and teachers who have family members or friends or are themselves battling illness. They all believe in the importance of ...

Drinking Laws 'Fuel Disease' In UK: Expert

...legend George Best has condemned the relaxation of licensing laws in England and Wales, saying it reflected a 'society falling apart'.// The new legislation took effect at 00:01 GMT on Thursday, consigning the traditional 23:00 closing time to history and ushering in what the government hopes will be a more re...

MP Calls For Ban On Aspartame

...he world of having failed to protect the public by licensing aspartame, which is produced by Searle. Sound science had been rejected by the people who gave their approval for aspartame, Williams added. He also said that aspartame is far more dangerous than the banned food dye Sudan 1.Caroline Flint, the Public...

Bad professional behavior dates back to medical school

...says, "We found that for physicians disciplined by licensing boards, the strongest association in medical school was unprofessional behavior," The study is the first to link doctor's professionalism in medical school to later bad outcomes when they practice; it gives professors criteria that can serve as early...

Herbal Medicines with Animal, Human Body Parts! - Swami Ramdev Accused

... and prima facie examination reveal a violation of licensing and labelling provisions of the Indian Drugs and C...her investigation and appropriate action under the licensing and labelling provisions of Chapter 4A of the Indian Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940, by the State lic...

Alcohol Is Responsible For 60 Different Diseases

...many deaths as blood pressure and smoking, and the licensing laws have reportedly failed to take note of this fact. The study looks at diseases, including cancers of the mouth, liver and breast, heart disease, stroke and cirrhosis, in which alcohol can play a role. It also highlights the role of alcohol in ...

Guru’s Supporters Clash With CPI-M Me

...urchased from Ramdev's Divya Yog Pharmacy violated licensing and labeling provisions of the Indian Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940. The Central Government has referred the matter to the drug controller of Uttaranchal. Ramdev, best known for his programs on several spiritual TV channels, has denied Karat's ch...

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

...rvening of the state government by the new alcohol licensing law. Professor Leon and Dr McCambridge said that the though the causative agents of liver cirrhosis are many the main culprit is alcohol. World Health Organization database shows that in 1950s, England and Wales had very low rates of liver cirrhosi...

Herceptin is the cure for early stages of breast cancer?

...ata and will submit an application to the European licensing authority in the next two or three weeks. This would then allow the drug to be made available for early cancer treatment. Then it is left to the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) to decide whether Herceptin has to be use...

Commercialization of drugs by fast tracking is a cause of concern

... by the means of BMJ raised a serious concern over licensing of new drugs for commercialization purposes. // This has come after natalizumab, a new drug for multiple sclerosis, was approved and thereafter recalled after three months. This was done after three trial patients developed a life threatening condi...

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