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FICCI Proposes Models To Solve Indias Healthcare Crisis

An industrial body recognizing the downward trend of access to quality health care in India, has suggested two things needed to reverse the situation- more money and a significant private-public partnership. According to the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), ...

India caught in catastrophic smoking epidemic

...omen, 62% of those who smoke can expect to die at ages 30-69 compared with only 38% of non-smokers. I am alarmed by the results of this study, said indias Health Minister Dr Abumani Ramadoss. The government of India is trying to take all steps to control tobacco use - in particular by informing the many ...

China's biotech industry: An Asian dragon is growing

... health biotech sector, he adds. The report builds on a similar study of indias private health biotech sector published in April 2007, opening a window on ...he biotech revolutions in the two countries differ significantly, she says: indias firms are largely focussed on process innovations to improve affordability ...

Ayurvedic Doctor Sentenced to Five Years in Jail for Causing Death of Woman

... A doctor in indias capital, New Delhi, practicing Ayurveda, a native system of medicine, has been sentenced to five years of rigorous imprisonment by a city court for c...

Imphal Hosts Cycle Rally to Spread Drug Abuse Awareness

...ch is easily available, to smack or heroine. The entire conversion process takes less than an hour. The problem has been further compounded by indias location, which lies between the Golden Crescent (Pakistan, Iran and Afghanistan) and the Golden Triangle (Myanmar, Thailand and Laos), which contribu...

Interview With a Surgeon Hidden Hero of the NHS

...inancial security are important but I believe they are rapidly improving as indias economy grows. 5. Talking of building relationships with patie...ning and progress based on merit also becomes important. Developing indias own models will give Indian doctors a collective sense of pride and achieve...

Lets Care For Our Physicians A Salute to Them on Doctors Day!

... avail superior healthcare facilities. Their well-being stands testimony to indias brilliant team of white coat individuals. Today, July 1st, is celebra... been easy for a developing nation like India. There have been setbacks to indias healthcare milestones. The proverbial black sheep have raised their ugly he...

Dabur India Q4 Profit Surges 31%

...the full year ending March 31, 2007. Dabur India Limited is one of indias leading FMCG Companies. Building on a legacy of quality and experience for over 120 years, Dabur today is indias most trusted name and the worlds largest Ayurvedic and Natural Health Care ...

AIDS Incidence in India Far Lower Than Previously Estimated New Study

...irus circulates mostly within high-risk groups. In indias case, these are prostitutes and their clients esp...called the National Family Health Survey, produced indias new figures. Such surveys, country by country, hav...tively accurate because the epidemic is older than indias and population surveys have been done. In ...
Indias in Biological News

Study says 2000 tigers possible in Thailand

... India with similar habitat, but better enforcement. For example, tiger densities of as many as 12 tigers per 100 square kilometers were measured in indias Nagarahole, Bandipur and Kanha forests, as opposed to four tigers per 100 square kilometers in Thailands Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary. The au...

Study reveals a key to blood vessel growth and possible drug target

...rchers say. The study, published online on Oct. 14 in Nature Genetics. was conducted in the zebrafish, the tiny, blue-and-silver striped denizen of indias Ganges River and many an aquarium. A News and Views commentary on the paper will run in the same issue. We expect this finding will offer impor...

Male elephants get 'photo IDs' from scientists

... Asian elephants dont carry photo identification, so scientists from the Wildlife Conservation Society and indias Nature Conservation Foundation are providing the service free of charge by creating a photographic archive of individual elephants, which can help sav...
Indias in Biological Technology

Midwest Biotech: Watch India, the Next Biotech Frontier

...is the prime minister. 18. About 26 percent of indias population is urban. There are more than 299 citie...is growing fast and is increasingly conspicuous in indias cities. For those of you who saw the movie Mon... million today to $200 million by 2005. Due to indias low-cost structure, it is evident that the country...

On location: BIO 2004

...unity, which featured stories on how various regions are positioning themselves to take part in this booming industry segment. Regions slogans include indias Genome valley, and Bangalore Helix, North Carolinas The State of Minds, Iowas Life Changing, Texas Wide open for Business and Positively Minnesota. O...
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