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A pledge to spread awareness about menace of Hepatitis B &...

The ‘I Pledge...(my support)’ initiative, a component of the EMPATHY Campaign, focuses on spreading awareness by sensitizing the staff of various organizations and encourage them to pledge their support for spreading awareness about Hepatitis B & C..............

“Creation of National Blood Authority can address many challenges”

In this exclusive interaction with the BioVoice, Mr Sumit Bagaria, Managing Director and CEO of Hemogenomics, Bengaluru shared details of his organization's work on preventing blood-related infections, the importance of ID-NAT testing, need for policy changes and much more......................

India rolls out ‘National Viral Hepatitis Control Program’

The aim of the program is to combat hepatitis and achieve countrywide elimination of Hepatitis C by 2030, achieve significant reduction in the infected population, morbidity and mortality associated with Hepatitis B and C viz. Cirrhosis and...…………...

Safe Point applauds govt for launching ‘national viral hepatitis control program’

In India, around 40 million people are infected with hepatitis B and at least 6 million people with hepatitis C. About 184 000 people die each year of hepatitis B- and C-related complications – two times the estimated annual number of HIV and malaria deaths together................

BioVoice eMag September 2017 Issue-4 Volume-2

BioVoice eMag September 2017 Issue-4 Volume-2: The ‘September 2017’ edition of BioVoice magazine in its detailed ‘Cover Story’ focuses on the India’s rising vaccine power and how...

BioVoice eMag August 2017 Issue-3 Volume-2

BioVoice eMag August 2017 Issue-3 Volume-2: The ‘August 2017’ edition in its detailed ‘Cover Story’ features the insights from biotech student perception survey conducted by the BioVoice...

National Action Plan on Hepatitis C to be ready by end...

The health minister, Mr J P Nadda has stated that government is committed to ensuring that there is no discrimination against Hepatitis patients..........

Generic drugs for Hepatitis C are cost-effective: study

The treatment with generic drugs became cost-effective within two years and cost-saving within 10 years of starting treatment, reveals a study. Read on.......

Scale up efforts against hepatitis: WHO tells SE Asian nations

On the occasion of World Hepatitis Day- on 28th July, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has called upon nations to scale up efforts.....

World Hepatitis Day: India lagging behind in hepatitis clinical research

This World Hepatitis Day, the Indian Society for Clinical Research (ISCR) notes that India’s research in hepatitis is nearly not enough.....