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Scientists & doctors hail stem cell related amendments in new Indian gazette

With the release of new Indian Gazette, the cellular therapies are now recognized as the next major advancements in transforming healthcare. Delegates at the 4th international conference, SCSICON 2018 organized by Stem Cell Society of India appreciated the fresh changes................

Govt restricts manufacture & sale of Oxytocin in India, bans its import

While the regulations with regard manufacture of Oxytocin for domestic use will come into force on 1st July 2018, the ban on import takes immediate effect..............

NEET cut off percentile reduced by 15%

Since the decision is expected to benefit about 18000 students, the union health minister, J P Nadda has called it as significant step towards strengthening medical sector...............

NAFED makes impressive turn around, RM Singh advises it to continue momentum

As a part fulfillment of its one time settlement amount of Rs 478 Crore, the National Agriculture Cooperative Marketing Federation of India has contributed Rs 220 crore as cash payment to its lender banks............

New advances in treatment helps people with diabetes have a better quality of life

Understanding diabetes and keeping oneself updated with the latest advancements in diabetes care is key to good health for people with diabetes, writes Dr Manoj Chawla................

Health Minister chairs high level review meeting on control of vector borne disease

The union health minister, Mr J P Nadda directed the Secretary (Health) to speak to the State Health Secretaries to gear up for the prevention and control of vector-borne diseases...............

analytica Anacon India & India Lab Expo debuts in Mumbai

The expo being held on 25-26th April has attracted over 4000 visitors and showcased over 100 national and international exhibitors from Germany, USA, China, Japan and Korea....................

Cabinet approves MoU on MedTech regulations within BRICS nations

The union cabinet has approved the MoU on cooperation in the field of regulation of medical products for human use amongst the medicine regulatory agencies of the BRICS countries..............

New study finds antibiotic resistant gene in fresh food samples

The new findings about the presence of bacteria resistant to colistin, an antibiotic of the last resort, in food samples, and insertion of resistant gene in bacteria called Klebsiella pneumoniae were presented on 24th April at the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases.....

India signs loan agreement with World Bank for US$ 125 million to “Innovate in...

The project aims to boost the creation of new innovative technologies within Indian biopharmaceutical and medical devices...............

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“AI has the potential to revolutionize healthcare delivery”

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Mentioned Dr Geetha Manjunath, CEO & CTO of Bangalore-based healthtech startup NIRAMAI in an exclusive interaction with BioVoice where she spoke about the artificial intelligence in healthcare and an innovative early breast cancer detection technology developed by her company...….

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“FiRE will help identify rare cells involved in cancer drug resistance”

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Mentioned Dr Debarka Sengupta in an exclusive interaction with the BioVoice, where he explained the idea and importance of FiRE, a novel algorithm that can detect rare cell types at a very fast speed developed by his team at the Indian Institute of Technology-Delhi...……….

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