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Aug 19, 2017
New pharma policy will make drugs cheaper but accessibility remains a concernAccording to the newly proposed draft national pharmaceutical policy, the government plans to cap trade margins to make drugs cheaper, replace brand names with names of salts or generic drugs, clamp down on unfair marketing practices and give a boost to local manufacturing to reduce dependence on imports.
Aug 16, 2017
Gorakhpur tragedy proves there's urgent need to standardise quality healthcare across the countryThe number of children who died at Gorakhpur’s Baba Raghav Das Medical College Hospital was lesser in 2017 than it was in 2016, a panel of doctors from Delhi has said in its interim report.
May 28, 2016
India is key to the WHO's call for a leprosy-free EarthEarlier this year, the WHO unveiled a new anti-leprosy strategy, with a 2020 deadline and targets that will compel India to get moving on leprosy again.
Feb 26, 2016
Private hospitals charge four times more than government ones: National surveyThe treatment in private hospitals is four times costlier than public facilities, this reflects challenges India faces in providing affordable healthcare
Feb 11, 2016
Finger of 2-month old baby amputated at state-run hospital in West BengalThe amputation of finger of a 2 month old baby at a state-run hospital in Asansol in Burdwan district last week triggered disciplinary action by state health department with three medical officials of the hospital suspended last night.
Oct 19, 2015
Patients left in the lurch after only hospital for Central govt staff in Delhi shuts down surgical servicesIn an incident that has left the National Capital red-faced, the only hospital serving scores of Central government employees, pensioners and their families has kept its surgical wing shut for the past three weeks.
Sep 19, 2015
No let up in Delhi dengue crisis as death toll mounts to 21A 38-year-old dengue patient died allegedly due to medical negligence, taking the death toll in Delhi to 21, as hospitals across the capital remained flooded with people down with the mosquito-borne fever, prompting the city government to order conversion of 55 dispensaries into 'Fever and Dengue Clinics' from Monday.
Feb 25, 2013
Howrah, best in healthcare! Where did that come from?A visit to the hospitals in Howrah could turn out to be a harrowing experience with its crumbling infratructure and limited resources. That is, if you reach one on time!
Aug 20, 2012
Novartis vs India: the case that could change cheap medicineWestern firms see huge potential in India's rapidly growing economy but are wary of lax protection for intellectual property. They argue India is failing to recognise valuable medical innovation.
Mar 30, 2012
Why going to the doctor is the great Indian nightmareGetting medical care remains a profoundly anxiety-producing experience for most of us: from finding the right doctor to getting the right diagnosis, and therefore the right care. Is it so surprising then that we are more likely to die of diseases like cancer?