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OET to organize ‘Healthcare Communication Forum 2018’ in Kochi

The Healthcare Communication Forum on 30th November brings together leading researchers, healthcare communication experts, English language specialists, healthcare regulators, employers and educators to discuss the latest research, trends...………..

Bones can be heated up with radio waves to kill cancer...

While scientists worldwide have been struggling to discover a biodegradable RF agent, researchers of Amrita Centre for Nanosciences and Molecular Medicine at Kochi have now laid claim to the discovery funded by a grant of Department of Biotechnology.............

Kochi’s AIMS conducts Asia’s first upper-arm double hand-transplant on 19-year-old girl

The patient, a young engineering student, who was treated at the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences had lost both her hands in a road mishap last year..........

Ten children from Uganda undergo free open-heart surgery in India

These children are in India under Rotary International’s Gift of Life Initiative and have been treated for free at the Amrita Hospital in Kochi..............

Bangladesh armed forces to get Indian medical aid

Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences will provide specialty medical care to personnel of Bangladesh Armed Forces, including retired personnel, and their family members...........

Amrita Institute to open telemedicine centers in seven Nepal hospitals

Doctors to review 20 to 25 patients from Nepal every month through telemedicine, focusing on difficult cases. Joint research in neglected tropical diseases, dengue, chikungunya, malaria and filaria....

Budget 2017: “Make universal health coverage a reality”

Government should cover insurance premium for the poor, mentioned Dr Prem Nair, Medical Director, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi, Kerala. Read More:

India’s first elbow-level double hand transplant

Forearm transplants for patients with hands missing from the elbow that has been performed by the doctors at Amrita Hospital, Kochi....

Scientists should focus on farmer-oriented research: Minister

Long-term planning is required to formulate developmental projects aimed at boosting the agriculture, feels Dr Sanjeev Kumar Balyan