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Killer Anesthetist Sentenced To 1933 Years In Prison

...h took Spain by storm for 2 years, has come to its rightful end. Spanish doctor Juan Maeso, 65, has been convicted to around 2000 years in prison for knowingly infecting patients under his care, with Hepatitis C. The doctor worked in the Valencia area of Spain during 1988 to 1997. During this time he alleg...

US, India Join Together to Improve Healthcare in India

...tive environment necessary for India to assume its rightful place as a world-class leader in public health, he added. Greg Kalbaugh, USIBC's director and counsel for intellectual property, will spearhead the CHI campaign. Kalbaugh is organising a broad coalition of like-minded think tanks, healthcare provid...

The Other Side of Transsexuals

...ate are emerging out of the shadows to claim their rightful place in society. "In the tsunami-hit coastal village of Nallur, where people are still coming to terms with life, we were welcomed with open arms and even found 1,500 new homes," said Rajkumari. Karthick, a filmmaker from Chennai, has a diplo...

Women and Children Issues Should Get Priority in India

...still women and children went struggling for their rightful place in our society. He called upon the children to assert their rights and to grab all opportunities to overcome this situation. Underlying the importance of promoting the self help groups and women welfare programmes, Shri Chatterji expressed the ...

Former IMO President Shows Interest In Winning General Election

... General Election will see Fine Gael regaining its rightful seat in Dublin North – and I am ready to work solidly to make this happen. The current Government has failed to deliver to the communities of Fingal - it is only with a change of Government that these people will see crucial service and infrastructur...

Protest against G.O. No. 19

...e Health Secretary, the bridegroom with Merit, the rightful bride who in turn arranged the Health Secretary's marriage with a rich bride, corruption. The Andhra Pradesh Medical Students' Association (APMSA) intervenes during this commotion and gets the Health Secretary married to Merit. Medicos at other med...

Wisdom Teeth: To Be Or Not To Be?

...tooth that is trying to tear your gum and take its rightful place in your mouth, but it would be better to get it removed. Now here is a dilemma if any. How can you consent to get a tooth removed and that too one which has not yet erupted? Your dentist is right, says a recent article published in the Journa...

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