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Patient Pays For The Callousness Of Hospital Administration

A premier Indian medical institution failed to inform the family of a HIV patient that she had tested positive. The girl paid for its callousness//, with her life, reports the NDTV, a leading Indian TV channel. 17-year-old Jyoti, was the daughter of an illiterate three-wheeler driver of New Delhi...

Government Mulls Closure of Hospital Where a Woman Died Unattended in ER

...y Room lobby in the hospital recently once again turned the spotlight on the pathetic conditions there. After shocking details emerged of the callousness of the hospital staff and a senator pitched in, blasting those responsible, S. Kimberly Belshe, the state's health and human services secretary, said...

Bush Administration Allows Returning Soldiers to Disintegrate, Say Critics

... More damning evidence is out on the callousness of the Bush administration towards its own soldiers returning from battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan. The veterans are finding it evermore...

Microbicides, Need of the Hour, to Aid the Fight Against HIV

...s is a blessing for many sex workers, who despite stocking up with condoms are unable to persuade many a recalcitrant customer to use protection. This callousness is present despite the awareness about AIDS in India, which has touched the five million mark. Sex workers have often wished for a female condo...

'Bottled' Contamination And a Brewing Battle

...ng the ever-increasing band of the young, the not- so- young, the ‘couch-potatoes’ and the ‘socially-visible’. However, there is now a need to replace callousness with caution as the day of reckoning has finally arrived! The Center for Science and Environment (CSE), a Delhi-based NGO, carrying out public- ...
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