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India To Push For Patent Waiver For Covid Vaccines At World Trade Body

A year after India and South Africa introduced a proposal to temporarily waive intellectual property rights on COVID-19 vaccines and therapies at the WTO, negotiations are deadlocked in the face of opposition from some developed countries.

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Top Healthcare Cyber Attacks And Threats

With the heightened value of healthcare data and the increasing business-technology healthcare attack surface, organizations in the healthcare industry need to be aware of the most significant cyber-attack risks and threats they face in the years ahead.

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India, ADB Sign $300 Billion Loan To Improve Access To Healthcare In Urban Areas Of 13 States

The Ayushman Bharat programme, launched in 2018, aims to improve access to comprehensive primary healthcare as a key strategy to achieve universal health coverage in India.

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Booster Shots For India? Not Yet, Say Experts: Report

As vaccine supplies have increased, some doctors and public health experts in India have urged the government to start a booster programme for the most vulnerable like many Western nations have done.

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Why In Decisive Fight Against The Virus, India Must Not Lower Its Guard

It’s extremely important, however, that we adhere to various all Covid protocols, all the time. It’s important that the common people, communities, civil society and popular media campaign for Covid-appropriate behavior with renewed vigour, says author.

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Apollo Hospitals Sees 4-Fold Jump In Profit To Rs 267.4 Cr In Sept Quarter

Its consolidated revenue from operations stood at Rs 3,717.07 crore for the quarter under consideration. It was Rs 2,760.72 crore for the same period a year ago

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Investment In Health Care Shouldn't Be Considered As Expenditure: Dr Soumya Swaminathan

Constant monitoring of the environment, animals, and human pathogens will get a comprehensive look and one can make predictions modeling by using platforms like AI and other technologies to see what direction it is going, according to her.

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GPT Healthcare Files Draft Papers With Sebi; Looks To Raise Rs 450-500 Cr

As a part of the OFS, the private equity fund BanyanTree Growth Capital II, LLC, based in Mauritius holding 32.64 percent will sell up to 26.08 million equity shares while promoters will offload up to 3.80 million equity shares.

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India Needs Its GPs, For Healthier GDP…

A well-trained GP adds value, as they have the perspective and knowledge of a broad spectrum of diagnostic testing and medicine.

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India Allows Serum Institute To Enrol 7-11 Year Olds In Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine Trial

It has already administered more than 870 million doses to adults among its population of nearly 1.4 billion.

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Virtual Consultations Cannot Replace Hospital Visits : Suresh Ramu, Co-Founder And CEO, Cytecare Cancer Hospitals

Cytecare has seen diagnoses and treatments being delayed during the pandemic simply because people could not travel to the hospitals.

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DRDO Herbal Drug Lukoskin Finding Huge Takers, Says AIMIL Healthcare

Till now, more than one lakh patients suffering from the skin condition, also known as leucoderma, have been treated with Lukoskin, with an average success rate of 70 per cent

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The Increasing Type 2 Diabetes In Young And Adolescents Is Alarming In India: AIIMS Prof Dr. Naval K. Vikram

Diabetes is the biggest and fastest growing killers in India today, making India the second most affected in the world. An incurable disease, it requires lifelong medication and the cost that makes it an acute social burden. It is about the toxic food, decreasing physical activity and the stress in young adults as well as adolescents which is alarming. Then what is the medical science’s cutting edge research on such malaise? Is it reversible? Dr. Naval K. Vikram, Professor, Dept. of Medicine, AIIMS has been leading the advance research on the complexity of diabetes and metabolism at India’s leading AIIMS in New Delhi. BW Businessworld’s Manish Kumar Jha speaks with Dr Naval on clinical breakthrough in medical sciences and his own findings on plants based alternative system with medicine.

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Udaan, Throttle Aerospace Systems Complete Trial-Run For Drone Delivery Of Medicines

The pilot was led by (TAS) and Udaan under the supervision of the Director-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), a statement said.

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We Have Done Nearly 2.5 Million RT-PCR Tests So Far: Dr Arvind Lal, Dr Lal PathLabs

Dr Arvind Lal, Executive Chairman, Dr Lal PathLabs and a Padma Shri recipient, in an exclusive conversation with BW Busienssworld’s Jyotsna Sharma, speaks about how the leading diagnostic chain tackled Covid-19, expansion plans and the key focus areas of focus for the healthcare sector

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