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Shortage of Specialists Crippling India’s Healthcare: More Medical Colleges, More PG Seats Need of the Hour

India has a dismal doctor-patient ratio of 0.62:1000, implying is less than one doctor for 1,000 people and a study found that there was just one government doctor catering to 10,189 people.

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Conference on "Need for De-Stigmatization & Discrimination against People with Hepatitis" by Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS)

Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences (ILBS) to host a conclave to bring together policymakers, health activists and social influencers on the eve of World Hepatitis Day as de-stigmatizing Hepatitis & creating awareness about prevention is need of the hour.

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With Mixed Results towards 2020 HIV Target, UNAIDS Urges the Nations

UNAIDS is working closely with global and national partners towards ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030 as a part of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

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Battling Endometriosis Through IVF

With the change in lifestyle, Infertility has poised serious problems to the urban population and they are finding solutions to these problems at IVF centres.

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Only 13% of Those with Hypertension Adhere to the Medication Schedule

Non-adherence to hypertension treatment protocols can prove detrimental to the body

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Indian Biotech Companies supports WHO's 'End Cholera' Initiative

Cholera remains a global threat to public health and how certain laboratories are planning to overcome the disease.

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World Population Day, 2019 – A special day to raise awareness about population

As per the recent data, India’s population has reached to 1,332.0 million people in March 2019 as compared to the previously reported figure of 1.316 million people in March 2018.

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Are We Ready for Another Disease Breakthrough?

Indian research laboratories if compared with eminent labs in the world like Board Institute in Cambridge, the evident difference of high-quality equipment and work culture justifies their legendary work. Research laboratories in India are stratified in various groups depending on the director, the

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Health, an untouched sector in Union Budget 2019-20

The major disappointment was seen in the private healthcare sector. To which Max Healthcare group said, “The private healthcare sector has been requesting the government to explore opportunities for collaboration and working together towards strengthening public healthcare initiatives as well as iro

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Budget Expectations: Private Sector Wants Sops In The Budget For Expansion Of Quality Healthcare Services To Rural India

“The ambitious PMJAY scheme (Ayushman Bharat) holds a lot of promise and has the right intent, but requires much larger budgetary allocations, a new collaborative approach, and a conducive ecosystem to ensure viability and long-term stability”, says Rajit Mehta, Chief Executive Officer & Managing Di

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