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Shivam Tyagi

The author works as a Correspondent with BW Businessworld

Latest Articles By Shivam Tyagi


Hurting Generic Industry Compelling Pharma To Spend More On R&D

Industry experts contend that largely the research budgets of the top firms have remained flattish in the last two to three years on account of Covid, but the scenario might be changing for some select firms like Sun Pharmaceuticals, Dr Reddy’s Labs, Zydus Lifesciences, Cipla and Biocon Biologics among others due a hurting generic pharma industry

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BW Exclusive | Tuberculosis Related To Socio-economic Status Of Patients: Dr Bornali Datta, Medanta Hospitals

In an exclusive interaction with BW Healthcare World, Dr Bornali Datta, Director, Respiratory Medicine, at Medanta Hospital speaks on the country's fight against tuberculosis, the 2025 TB elimination goal, corporate responsibility and the message for TB patients

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Krsnaa Diagnostics Wins Rs 450 Cr Tender Under National Health Mission

Krsnaa Diagnostics on Monday said that it has emerged as the lowest bidder for a tender put up by National Health Mission, Rajasthan and the diagnostic company bagged the tender for providing laboratory services in the entire state of Rajasthan under the mission

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India Must Focus On Biopharmaceuticals To Feed The Growth Engine: Kiran Mazumdar Shaw

In an exclusive conversation with BW Healthcare World, Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Executive Chairperson, Biocon & Biocon Biologics delineates on how Indian pharma can move up the value chain, while also speaking on Biocon's R&D investments and future plans

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E-pharmacies Might Go Down, Industry Expert Says Shutting Shops Not A Solution

Online pharmacies in India like Tata 1mg, Netmeds and Pharmeasy among others are in troubled waters again as media reports say that the pharmacies might face a complete ban over the online sale of drugs for alleged violation of norms

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Rethinking Procurement Strategy of Healthcare Institutions

Indian medical technology industry is moving in the right direction with exciting times ahead although the sector needs improvements in many aspects and still has a long way to go to reduce the 80 to 85 per cent import dependency of the Indian healthcare system when it comes to using medical devices in hospitals and diagnostic labs

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