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Apollo Hospitals Launches Heart Failure Clinic In Hyderabad

India has to do a lot to reduce the burden of heart failure and also provide curative and rehabilitative services to these patients, Dr A.G.K .Gokhale, consultant cardiothoracic and transplant surgeon says

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Skilling Health Care Managers

Until recently, doctors had to double up as administrators at hospitals. Now, with some colleges training managers specifically for the healthcare industry, the doctors can go back to doing what they do best

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AIIMS Performed 150,000 Surgeries In 2015-16

AIIMS Delhi attended to 30 lakh outpatients, 2.5 lakh inpatients and performed about 1.5 lakh surgeries during the year

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Doctors Divided In Debate On Chikungunya Deaths In Delhi

Thousands of people affected by the mosquito-borne fever are being treated in Delhi hospitals, putting huge pressure on the city's healthcare infrastructure

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Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Pledges $3 Billion To Fight Disease

The plan includes creating a bioscience research center, called the Biohub, developing a chip to diagnose diseases, and ways to monitor the bloodstream continuously and map cell types in the body

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Zydus Cadila Ties Up With Takeda To Develop Chikungunya Vaccine

Cadila Healthcare says the terms of the agreement are not disclosed, but it is expected that this partnership will boost access to medicines in the future

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Novartis Intensifies Entresto Push With New Analysis

Launched to much fanfare last year, Entresto sales have so far disappointed investors and the Swiss company

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Chikungunya Claims 10 Lives, Delhi Faces Health Crisis

Chikungunya is taking its toll in the national capital where the number of cases have climbed to over 1,000 this season and fever clinics are getting swamped with rush of patients

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India, 21 Others Designated As Major Illicit Drug Producers

India along with 21 others have been designated as major illicit drug producing countries by US President Barack Obama

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Sanofi, Google Parent In $500 Million Diabetes Joint Venture

The company will leverage Verily's experience in miniaturized electronics, analytics, and consumer software development, with Sanofi's clinical expertise and experience in bringing innovative treatments to people living with diabetes

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Will Desi Slogan Put Patients At Risk?

With India’s regulatory mechanism as weak as it is, the latest government advisory could end up being the pass to small-time players to push their subpar products into government hospitals under a competitive price tag

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Don’t Let Cancer Scare You

Milk has been linked to cancer in various studies. And yet most Indians guzzle down milk indiscriminately. Watch your intake. Over the age of 18, you need some yoghurt a few times a week, no milk

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India Grappling With Shortage Of Health Workforce: Minister

Delhi and parts of north India are facing a spike in chikungunya cases; this year about 10,000 suspected cases of the disease have been recorded in seven months

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Delhi Hospitals Overwhelmed By Spread Of Viral Disease

Chikungunya is a viral illness and its symptoms are similar to those of dengue, which include high-grade fever, severe joint pain, muscle pain and headache and joint swelling

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FDA Warns Former Sun Pharma US Drug Factory Over Quality Concerns

The plant was sold to Frontida in June by Sun, India's No. 1 drugmaker, which said the move was 'a part of its manufacturing consolidation in the US'

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