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Committed To Holistic Growth

Divi's Laboratories is among the world's top suppliers of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs)

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Health Insurance: Room For Growth

Close to 70 per cent of the Indian population is covered by some form of health insurance. While the Covid-19 panic has accelerated the pace of health insurance penetration, it is necessary to bring more Indians within its ambit to ensure a healthy future

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Antibodies That May Lead To Next-gen Vaccines For All Covid-19 Strains Found

The researchers found these neutralising antibodies recognise a viral region in the spike protein -- which the virus uses to enter and infect the cells -- that is relatively more conserved

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Pfizer's Managing Director S Sridhar Resigns

Over the past six years, he has led Pfizer as Managing Director and made significant contributions to the growth of the company's portfolio and presence across India, the drug firm stated

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Covid Cases Rising In Delhi But No Need To Panic: Kejriwal

Kejriwal said his government is keeping a close watch on the situation. "Covid cases are rising. We are keeping watch on it and whatever steps needed will be taken

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Pfizer Buying Spree Continues With $5.4 Bn Hematology Deal

The latest deal follows Pfizer's USD 11.6 billion acquisition of Biohaven, which the companies announced in May, and a USD 6.7 billion acquisition of Arena Pharmaceuticals announced last December

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Monkeypox Can Be Transmitted Through Secretions Produced By Coughing Or Sneezing: Dr. Sheela Murali Chakravarthy, Fortis Hospital

In an exclusive interview with BW Businessworld, Dr Sheela Murali Chakravarthy, Director- Internal Medicine, Fortis Hospital, Karnataka talks about the Monkeypox outbreak and how we can protect ourselves

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Five Big Ideas On Mental Illness

People with serious mental illness have been unusually vulnerable to therapeutic experimentation. Often greeted as great breakthroughs by the medical establishment and the press, many deeply intrusive interventions have subsequently been shown to be seriously misguided

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Delhi Reports India's 4th Monkeypox Case, Centre In Huddle

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said a separate isolation ward had been set up at the Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Hospital (LNJP) here for patients affected by monkeypox

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Cardiovascular Disease Being Challenged With Current Pros And Cons

“We still haven’t been able to devise any scientific breakthrough to change someone’s genes. Genetics influence heart health too," said Dr T.S. Kler

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AI In Telemedicine: Reimagining Indian Healthcare Future

With the rising burden of non-communicable diseases and the ongoing pandemic, the increasing use of telemedicine services along with AI-powered capabilities is expected to open the doors to further evolution in healthcare

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Govt Launches 3 Schemes To Strengthen MSMEs In Pharmaceutical Sector

Union minister Mansukh Mandaviya noted that the schemes envisage technology upgradation, setting up of common research centres and effluent treatment plants in clusters for the pharma MSMEs

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Centre To Strengthen Pharmaceuticals Industry With Focus On MSMEs And Clusters

The ministry said that MSME units will have the option to choose from either capital subsidy or interest subvention

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Monkeypox: Centre Advises Strict Health Screening Of All International Travellers At Entry Points

The meeting was attended by senior officials from International Health Division, and Disaster Management Cell

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Efforts Needed To Get Routine Immunisation Back To Pre-Covid Times: WHO

Many Counties Have Demonstrated That Routine Immunization Can Be Maintained Or Scaled Up Along With COVID-19 Vaccination, Said Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, Regional Director WHO South-East Asia

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