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Medical College Students Help Change Global Health Policy

...tudent at Weill Cornell Medical College who helped spearhead the initiative with UAEM. "Increasingly, 'Western' high-fat diets, tobacco use and urbanization have helped make heart disease a bigger killer than 'The Big Three' -- HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria -- combined." Kishore and Ben Herbstman, UAEM ...

US, India Join Together to Improve Healthcare in India

...rector and counsel for intellectual property, will spearhead the CHI campaign. Kalbaugh is organising a broad coalition of like-minded think tanks, healthcare providers and industry and patient representatives from India and the US. "Government is only part of the solution. We must harness the dynamism of th...

Indian Scientist Sues International Genetic Centre for $5 Million

... Set up 19 years ago, the ICGEB was intended to spearhead the transfer of western biotechnology to developing nations. The centre is split into two components, one based in New Delhi and the other in Trieste, Italy. Many scientists within ICGEB in Delhi are unhappy with the treatment meted out to their c...

A sigh of relief for Hep C sufferers

...nt killer that creeps up and gets you. He helped spearhead the Haemophilia Foundation's campaign on behalf of 172 people infected with hepatitis C from contaminated blood products. The deal would also have a statement of regret and apology from Prime Minister Helen Clark. Since she was one of the former he...

Single Women with Baby Cravings Can Actually Cradle their Own, Courtesy NHS

...partners. Camden primary care trust in London will spearhead the initiation of free treatment for single women due to growing demand from childless but financially stable would-be mothers. Camden will be listed as perhaps one of the first trusts in the country to take a bold yet highly controversial move. Acc...

The Potential Of Cadaver Transplantation Programme In India

...t transplants are now a reality in India and could spearhead and give momentum to the cadaver transplant programme. Spain has the highest number of brain death patients going on to organ donation - 32 per million population. If we compare our cadaver donor rate per million population and extrapolate its potent...

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