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J&J Pauses Coronavirus Vaccine Trials Due To Unexplained Illness

The move comes around a month after AstraZeneca also suspended trials of its experimental coronavirus vaccine - which uses a similar technology - due to a participant falling ill.

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With Spike Of 55,342 Cases, India's COVID-19 Tally Reaches 71,75,881

Delhi's count of active cases is at 20,535, while over 2.8 lakh patients have recovered, besides 5,809 dying by COVID.

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China Joins COVAX Initiative For COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

Chinese foreign ministry's Hua also said in Friday's statement that China has ample COVID-19 vaccine manufacturing capabilities and will prioritise supplying developing countries when vaccines are ready.

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Voice AI Redefines The Future Of Patient Interactions

With automated processes, Artificial Intelligence is paving the way for technologically advanced healthcare space.

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Sanofi Pasteur Launches Dtap-IPV Booster Vaccine In India For Preschoolers

The four-in-one (DTaP-IPV) vaccine named 'Tetraxim' by reducing the number of injections, increases comfort and improves vaccination compliance for children and reduces parental anxiet

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Ayurveda Is About Proactive, Holistic Health: Ameve Sharma, Co-Founder, Kapiva

Backed by the iconic Baidyanath Group, Kapiva, a functional foods brand focused on bringing selectively sourced Ayurveda-inspired, natural foods to consumers. Ameve Sharma, Co-founder Kapiva talks to ASHISH SINHA of BW Businessworld on impact of Covid on Ayurveda, its growing popularity and its expansion plans. Excerpts:

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Heyday joins hands with Okhai to provide natural feminine care to tribal artisans

The initiative called #WeAreEqual, urges all men and women to participate in raising awareness towards women's equality in India.

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Prescriptions for E-Pharmacy

De-coupling legality from sectoral hygiene can provide necessary certainty to entrepreneurs to invest and take risks. It also reduces the need for judicial intervention that can stymie new markets.

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Zydus Cadila Gets Tentative USFDA Nod To Market Anti-cancer Drug

The company said the newly approved medication will be manufactured at the group's formulation manufacturing facility at the SEZ, Ahmedabad.

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Gilead To Pay $97 Million To Settle U.S. Kickback Probe

Gilead's actions enabled the Foster City, California-based drugmaker to boost revenue, ran from June 2007 to December 2010, and violated the federal False Claims Act, the department said.

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Industry Says $6 To $18 Per Dose Is Reasonable Price For COVID-19 Vaccine

A price between 5 and 15 euros a dose "is a reasonable price for a vaccine," Sue Middleton, President of the Executive Board, of Vaccines Europe told a hearing in the EU Parliament.

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India Trials For Russia's 'Sputnik-V' Vaccine Could Start In Next Few Weeks - Executive

India, which has a population of more than 1.3 billion, is the world's second worst affected country by COVID-19 behind the United States.

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Prescriptions For E-Pharmacy

Legal uncertainty is detrimental to market and consumer interests because it encourages new entrants to grow in a manner that they become ‘too big to regulate’.

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Covid As Catalyst

The impact of Covid-19 on healthcare shows that 70–80 percent people responded positively towards at-home-care settings across consul­tations, diagnostics, day-care services, and in-patient care.

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Zydus Cadila Gets USFDA Nod To Market Mineral Supplement

The company said the newly approved medication will be manufactured at the group's formulation manufacturing facility at the special economic zone (SEZ), Ahmedabad.

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