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Antiretroviral therapy effectively reduces HIV deaths: Study

Key findings of the study demonstrated the high impact of antiretroviral therapy and showed that the chance of death was halved among people on ART after 5 Years of treatment....................................

Good news amidst the nationwide Oxygen shortage

CSIR-CMERI (Council of scientific and industrial research- Central mechanical engineering research institute) has developed a new Oxygen enrichment technology that may help meet the demand for medical Oxygen........................

Second COVID vaccination mock-drill across India on 8th January

Two COVID-19 vaccines named Covaxine and Covisheild have been given emergency use authorisation by the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) recently........................

COVID-19: Experts call for increased mHealth consultations in remote areas

In their latest policy brief, the George Institute for Global Health India has summarized barriers and enablers on the use of m-health for delivering primary health care services by health workers in the context of COVID-19.................

ICMR validates indigenous assays for COVID-19 diagnosis

A total of 11 RT-PCR-based indigenous assays were validated and recommended for the testing of COVID-19, as revealed by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).....................

India’s S&T institutions raise their game against COVID-19

With no vaccine in sight for at least the next 12-18 months, it seems the fight for rescuing humankind from this deadly virus has only just begun....................

Delhi set to host healthcare innovators at a mega event in...

The annual international conference, ‘InnoHealth 2017’ to be held on on 18th and 19th September 2017, would bring together top stakeholders in healthcare space on a single platform to discuss innovation..........

After Polio, Rotary Districts pledge support to make India TB-Free

Rotary wants to bring the same energy and commitment to take on another big health challenge and help the Indian government take an aggressive step towards the elimination of TB in our country by 2025.........