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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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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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25 Members of NMC Finalised Till Today: Health Ministry

Nine representatives from various SMCs have been selected from Uttar Pradesh, Sikkim, Kerala, Karnataka, Uttarakhand, Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar, Maharashtra, and Manipur.

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The E-Cigarette Saga

The government’s efforts to control trade in e-cigarettes are not new and previously on August 28, 2018, Ministry of Health and Family affairs had issued a circular wherein it advised all the states to consider prohibition of sale, manufacture, distribution, and trade of ENDS imported or advertised

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Shivani Scientific Industries classifies ICSI machines used in IVF procedures as medical devices

The verdict will ensure CTH classification for micromanipulators as medical devices, reducing the import duty and IGST on the same, making them affordable.

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Pratigya Campaign Study finds 20-weeks Gestating Women Taking Legal Support for MTP Request

A legal analysis of Supreme Court and High Court Judgements in India to assess the judiciary’s role in access to safe abortion conducted by Pratigya Campaign.

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Understand the NMC bill.......What it actually means?

MCI which was under the constant government scanner for alleged corruption and misconduct relating to medical education and professional medical practice ultimately succumbed to National Medical Commission (NMC) on 29 July.

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27 per cent Deaths in India Preventable; Caused by Poor Access to Drugs and Knowledge: Medicus MD

An independent study finds that only 1.2 per cent chemists in Maharashtra — three of the 252 reviewed in five cities – have stocks as the rest chose not to cite legal hassles.

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Bcbpf – The Cancer Foundation calls for rational Policymaking on ENDS

Experts highlight the need to stimulate evidence-based health policy proposes a longitudinal Study to asses benefits of ENDS

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Government Changes the Outlook for Surrogacy in India

“The issue, surrogacy could be a gift of life and for millions of childless parents calls for a further debate involving the regulators, media, ethicists, jurists, health care professionals, civil society members and patient representatives. The society needs to debate on this,” says Dr Sudarshan Ba

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