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4th National Summit on NCDs: 123 million Indians estimated to be...

Organized by the CII and Eli Lilly, the event witnessed the release of white paper on Best practices in Diabetes Management. The underlying message.........

SJM under fire from pro GM scientists for inviting Seralini to...

Swadeshi Jagran Manch had recently invited the controversial researcher, Dr Gilles-Eric Seralini to present his views on the genetically modified....

BioVoice eMag September 2016 Issue-5 Volume-1

BioVoice eMag September 2016 Issue-5 Volume-1:  This edition of BioVoice is mostly focused on healthcare policy in India. The detailed cover story analyses the importance...

Dr Jitendra Singh calls for PPP model in medical research

Over the years, Dr Jitendra Singh who is the minister of state for PMO said, not only the spectrum of medical research has undergone a change......

First ever 3 day India–Africa Health Sciences Meet recommends strong R&D...

The discussions at the meet concluded that there needs to be harmonization of regulatory frameworks to advance development of pharma market......

Often ignored, the clinical trials have a humane aspect too

While the clinical trials have many a times resulted in death of patients but is it really wise enough to say that the clinical research is just....

India to soon launch its indigenously developed vaccine against Leprosy

Developed by Dr G P Talwar, Founding Director of National Institute of Immunology, this exclusive vaccine for leprosy will be piloted in five districts....

Import & export of biological samples are license free now

From Aug 4, 2016 onwards, the government has permitted CROs, research centers and others to import and export biological samples....

Non communicable diseases on rise in India: Status report

The health ministry's latest figures on the key non communicable diseases in India reveal the rise in their occurrences.....

Public healthcare in India needs a genuine check up

India’s low public spend on health and low prevalence of insurance coverage are driving a large number of Indians to poverty as they have to bear high out-of-pocket expenses...