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Asia Pacific policymakers & mayors pledge to strengthen tobacco control &...

Representatives from Singapore, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, Myanmar, Malaysia, Timor Leste, Laos, Cambodia, Nepal, Bangladesh and India met on 4th to 6th December to discuss how best to overcome the considerable challenges to tobacco control in the region...…………….

MTaI supports CDSCO proposal on surgical gowns & drapes

Medical Technology Association of India says it is ready to work with CDSCO, member companies to ensure compliance................

80 cases of Zika virus reported from Rajasthan, surveillance is on:...

In the wake of unprecedented situation in few parts of Rajasthan where huge number of zika virus cases have come to notice, the union health minister, J P Nadda chaired a high level review meeting on Zika virus and seasonal influenza...……….

Smart cities must have a vector control component, says health ministry...

As per Dr N S Dharmshaktu, Principal Advisor on Public Health, Health Ministry, facilitating the adoption of integrated vector management and ensuring the implementation of vector control services in rural and urban areas can shrink the disease burden much faster in India...……………..

Strict measures but no ban on alcoholism & smoking: health ministry

While the health ministry has listed the strict measures that would act as deterrents for public smoking and alcoholism, it has said that there are no action plan for any ban currently….................

Determination of ceiling prices of drugs a continuous process: Govt

The Department of Pharmaceuticals, Government of India has rejected the allegations regarding tightening of price control as both misleading and misplaced...........

Price control a blunt instrument: AdvaMed on NPPA’s knee implant price...

While reacting to the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority's recent order on profiteering, the AdvaMed has stated that the new pricing has the potential to block innovations and limit access to world-class medical care to patients..........

India revises the definition of blindness

The definition of blindness has been changed in consonance with the definition of blindness used by WHO for global comparison........

BioVoice eMag May 2017 Issue-12 Volume-1

BioVoice eMag May 2017 Issue-12 Volume-1: The startup special ‘May 2017’ edition of BioVoice eMagazine includes the cover story, ‘THE STARTUP FACTOR’, that looks at...

Shortage of life saving drugs, govt monitoring situation

Amid complaints over shortage of D-Pencillamine, the health ministry has initiated action on the same and these are being forwarded....