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Measuring Data for Gender Equality – the theme of the Special Issue of Social Science and Medicine-Population Health, to be launched

The papers highlight the value of understanding gender equality and empowerment across health issues and across national populations.

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Miraculous Recovery for a 66-year-old man from Karnataka Suffering from an Uncommon Brain Disorder

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) is a rare neurological condition that occurs due to damage to nerve cells in the brain that are associated with movement. It affects muscles of the limbs, eyes, and in advanced stages heart and respiratory system.

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New homoeopathic drugs show results against cancer in lab model: Researchers

New drugs developed from Cancer tissues show anti-cancer effects in studies at ACTRECT (Tata) Institute, Mumbai; Study at Tata show initial results.

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Universal Health Care has the Potential to Boost Economic Growth

UHC has the potential to boost economic growth, improve educational opportunities, reduce impoverishment and inequalities, and foster cohesion. Steps taken for achieving UHC will address public health challenges and vice versa.

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Fujifilm India and Max Healthcare Collaborates to Train Doctors in Advanced Diagnostics and Spread Awareness about Early Detection of Breast Cancer

Fujifilm installs 50 Micron digital Mammography machines at Max Healthcare for easy and accurate detection of cancer.

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Gene Therapy Effective for Treating Wet Age-related Macular Degeneration: Study

Last year alone, ophthalmologists performed more than 8 million anti-VEGF injections in the United States. Researchers have been searching for a better alternative to monthly injections almost from the moment anti-VEGFs were introduced. Gene therapy is emerging as one of the more promising alternat

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Here's Another Reason for You to Get Cataract Surgery

Cataracts are a normal consequence of ageing. They happen gradually over the years, as the clear lens inside the eye becomes cloudy. The effects of a developing cataract are sometimes hard to distinguish from other age-related vision changes.

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IVF Experts call for early implementation of Assisted Reproductive Technology Laws

Fertility experts expect that now ICMR would take urgent action to once again re-introduce the Bill in Parliament.

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Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in Diagnostics: Will it be a game-changer for India’s Healthcare Development?

India’s expenditure has risen from 1.2 per cent of GDP in 2013-14 to 1.4 per cent in 2017-18, there is still a huge gap in equal healthcare access to all, as the percentage is far below the GDP among countries with significant universal health coverage (UHC) services, as per National Health Profile

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