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George Institute Implements Project integrating Mental Health Into Community-based Care

The George Institute for Global Health is improving the lives of millions of people worldwide through innovative health research

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150 Million People In India Suffer From Mental Disorders: Report

The report says that nearly 15 per cent of adults are in need of active interventions for one or more mental health issues

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Piramal To Acquire Janssen’s Criticare Brands For $175 Million

The products to be acquired are five injectable versions of well-established Janssen brands, Sublimaze, Sufenta, Rapifen, Dipidolor and Hypnomidate

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Dengue And Chikungunya Rampant In India, Need Attention, Says Expert

Peter Piot, co-discoverer of the Ebola virus and director of London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, says there is a need for building more responsive health systems

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Biosimilar Market To Cross $40 Billion In India By 2030

With the introduction of a new regulatory policy in India and increased affordability that biosimilars offer, the domestic market is expected to grow at an accelerated pace

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Sanofi's Dengue Vaccine Approved In 11 Countries

Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne disease caused by four virus serotypes (1 to 4) as categorized by the World Health Organisation

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Quintiles, IMS Health Completes Global Merger

Since Quintiles and IMS Heath have significant presence in India, the country will prove one of the key markets for the combined entity where it can maximise the operational synergies

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Chikungunya Cases In Delhi Jump 43 Per Cent In One Week

At least 15 fatalities due to complications triggered by the disease have been reported at various hospitals in the city

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Sun Pharma To Shut Some Plants In India, Overseas

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd will shut down some of its manufacturing plants in India as well as overseas as the company will continue trimming its large manufacturing base as part of cost optimisation

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Drug Firms Facing Challenging Times Due To Price Control: Cipla

Drug companies are facing a tough environment due to the government bringing more products under the price control policy as also tightening of registration procedure that has impacted time to market newer products

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The Cost Of Cheap Drugs? Toxic Indian Lake Is 'Superbug Hotspot'

Drugmakers in Medak, including large Indian firms Dr Reddy's Laboratories, Aurobindo Pharma Ltd and Hetero Drugs, and US giant Mylan Inc , say they comply with local environmental rules and do not discharge effluent into waterways

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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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