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New X-ray machine launched by GE Healthcare

...mpany plans to market the product in international markets in the next two years to boost export sales from the subcontinent. The company generates about 60 percent of its revenue from the Indian market, with the rest coming from exports. Source: Indo-Asian News Service...

Condom vending machine to be started in Jharkand

...e opened in cinema halls, petrol pumps, lodges and markets across the state. The State Aids Control Society (SACO) of Jharkand said, "The idea to open condom booths is for safe sex. Have sex but do it safely”. The SACO, official said that "By opening such booths we want to promote use of condoms, particularl...

Pharmaceutical industries grant for R&D to be monitored

...the PPRS works well to ensure that pharmaceuticals markets meet the needs of patients by offering adequate rewards to pharmaceutical companies for developing new and useful drugs, while providing the taxpayer with value for money." Dr Richard Barker, director general of the ABPI, said,” The PPRS is conduct...

Dr Reddy’s Strikes Deal With Rheoscience For Type 2 Diabetes Dru

...s with an opportunity to commercialise NCEs in key markets thereby transforming Dr Reddy's into an innovation driven business," said G.V. Prasad, CEO of Dr Reddy's Laboratories. "This deal together with the announcement of Perlecan (Wednesday) reflects our commitment to accelerate the discovery efforts as w...

Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibody Production Is More Profitable Than Small Molecule Drugs

...peutics is due to low levels of competition in the markets they address, says Jo Collett, author of the Propagate study. There are signs that the tail end of a biotherapeutics products life cycle might be more profitable than that of a small molecule drug. However, this high level of success may be difficult...

Indians are certainly having their greens and eating them too!

...lettuce buds and zucchini, the bounty at vegetable markets is finding its way into the most divine salad bowls in Indian hotels // . Salad leaves and coloured bell peppers are becoming hot favourites for toss-it-up-your-way spreads. Judging by the salad bars at buffet spreads, it's clear that greens offer a...

US Regulator Sees No Link Between Tamiflu And Japan Deaths

...uded. Roche, the Swiss pharmaceutical giant which markets the // drug standing in the front line of defense against a bird flu pandemic, agreed to work on changing the drug's labeling to warn of potential dermatological side-effects, reports AFP. But the powerful US medicines regulator found unanimously th...

Viagra May Be Useful For Serious Lung Disease

... death.The study was funded by Pfizer, Inc., which markets Viagra....

Aurobindo gets U.S. FDA approval for Cephalexin

...The company is a leader in this segment in several markets in the world and is looking forward to market its products in the US....

Health bonds to immunize the poor

...m to leverage money from the international capital markets for use. GAVI partners include UNICEF, WHO, The World Bank, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the vaccine industry and a host of voluntary agencies. The financing is expected to accelerate significantly the availability of new development fun...

More Funds Are Required For Immunisation Drive

...ces are also sought from the international capital markets by the International Finance Facility for Immunisation scheme, thus contributing towards the new development funding initiative. Health systems will also receive support from the fresh inflow of funds. As many as over 70 million children across the...

Wonder drug Dasatinib gives hopes to leukemia patients

...ment for Leukemia. This drug will soon reach the markets by the end of the current year or the beginning of...d by the Food and Drug Administration, made to the markets as the drug which attacks the BCR-ABL protein which results in the abnormal rise of leukocytes. Bu...

Silicone Rubber Flap Restore Speech

...h. But as of now it will not be available in the markets because the flap is easily impaired by the mucous that is coughed out by the patients. Hence further research has to be conducted on improving its tensile strength at the same time maintaining its elasticity and fragility....

Turkey Is Listed In The Christmas Meal Despite Bird Flu Scare

...t of Christmas turkeys have already arrived in the markets and the sales are good. Apart from turkeys Brussels sprouts have shown an increase in sales by 15% this year. Supermarket owners say that the new growing techniques have made them less bitter and they have acquired a nutty flavor. The sprouts are n...

Festive Tip For Wine Shoppers

...e, but it is definitely an indicator.'Yet discount markets have many a good wine also.Given the current situation, 2005 promises to be a good wine year, according to Rotthaus. Source:IANS...

Price Of Alcohol Does Not Influence Consumption

...e same tax may have different impacts in different markets and with different distributions of prices. "Our study accepts the assumption that alcohol is a 'complex good', composed of different beverage types - such as beer, wine and spirits - as well as quality brands that can be high, medium or low-end," ...

Germany could start indoor poultry to avoid bird flu infection

...try has asked german tourists not to visit poultry markets in Turkey and many states in Germany has restricted the entry of Turkey travelers to their city. ...

Schools and Bars closed in Rwanda due to Cholera outbreak

Schools, bars and markets have been ordered to close in Rwanda following the spread of cholera. The Minister of Health has ordered the closure to prevent any further spread of cholera which has killed more than 18 people and more than hundred infected in Masaka sector,// whic...

Northeast Governments Warn Against Andhra Fish

...r health department inspectors to monitor the fish markets and destroy all rotten fish. We appeal to people t...0% of the demand. "By the time the fish reaches markets in the northeast, it gets totally stale and rotten," said Mayuram Das, a fish wholesaler in Assam's ...

Turkey becoming epicenter for bird flu

...ey but has urged the people from not going to bird markets and avoid contact with birds. The Turkish authority as already asked their people to cull poultry birds to prevent spread of the virus. As there is an increased concern about spread of bird flu in Turkey the authorities as to still do a lot in educat...

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