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'Body will rot till you get money': Delhi hospital refuses to hand over baby's corpse to poor parents

Aug 26, 2015

'Body will rot till you get money': Delhi hospital refuses to hand over baby's corpse to poor parents

Fortis hospital in New Delhi allegedly refused to hand over the body of a deceased infant to BPL parents, demanding Rs 3,500 from them to cover the bill. #India #Medicine #Delhi #NewsTracker #BPL #Fortis #Below Poverty Line #baby #Medical care #hospital #Infant #Vasant Kunj
Addyi is no 'female Viagra': It could benefit men more than women

Aug 20, 2015

Addyi is no 'female Viagra': It could benefit men more than women

If Viagra is from Mars, don't be fooled into thinking Addyi is from Venus. It's from another galaxy altogether. #science #Health #Women #Medicines #Female Viagra #Addyi #Vagra #Female Sexual health #Women's sexuality #Addyi in India #Women's sexual health
'Live surgery only hope of the patient who was otherwise out of options'

Aug 10, 2015

'Live surgery only hope of the patient who was otherwise out of options'

After the death of a patient while being operated upon during a live surgery watched by over 100 surgeons, questions are now being raised over live surgery. #India #Medicine #Health #AIIMS #Debate #doctor #WeHearYou #live surgery
FSSAI proposes ban on sale of 'health supplements' as 'medicines'

Jul 24, 2015

FSSAI proposes ban on sale of 'health supplements' as 'medicines'

Clamping down on mis-labelling of 'health supplements', food safety regulator FSSAI on Thursday proposed banning sale of these products as 'medicines' #Medicines #Safety Norms #FSSAI #NewsTracking #mis-labelling #health supplement
New face of police: IPS officers from engineering, medical and MBA background make a mark

Jul 20, 2015

New face of police: IPS officers from engineering, medical and MBA background make a mark

The steady increase of IPS officers from engineering, medical and MBA backgrounds is making a positive impact on policing. #India #Medicine #didyouknow #Engineering #MBA #IPS #Police force #Bengaluru Police #Bureau of Police Research and Development
SC terms drugs policy 'unreasonable', asks Centre to re-look

Jul 15, 2015

SC terms drugs policy 'unreasonable', asks Centre to re-look

The court was hearing a PIL filed by NGO All India Drug Action Network alleging that the MBP was never used for any price regulatory purposes and this was making medicines costlier. #PolicyWatch #National Pharmaceutical Pricing Policy #Drug Price Control Order #Drug Price Control #National List of Essential Medicines #All India Drug Action Network #Market Based Pricing
Lupin acquires Russian drug firm Biocom, financial details not out

Jul 02, 2015

Lupin acquires Russian drug firm Biocom, financial details not out

The company has acquired 100 percent equity stake in ZAO Biocom in Russia subject to certain closing conditions, Lupin Ltd said in a statement without disclosing the financial details. #Business #Medicine #Health #WHO #CompanyWatch #Lupin #Biocom
Delhi HC asks AAP govt, police to reply on security of doctors in the capital

Jul 01, 2015

Delhi HC asks AAP govt, police to reply on security of doctors in the capital

Delhi High Court sought to know whether any steps had been taken by the AAP government and the police to ensure safety and security of the doctors. #India #Medicine #Delhi #NewsTracker #Health #Delhi High Court #Delhi Police #doctors #Aam Aadmi Party #AAP
Around 4,500 doctors in Maharashtra warn of indefinite strike from 2 July

Jun 30, 2015

Around 4,500 doctors in Maharashtra warn of indefinite strike from 2 July

As many as 4,500 resident doctors, attached to 18 government medical colleges in Maharashtra, have threatened to go on an indefinite strike from 2 July. #India #Medicine #Strike #NewsTracker #Health #Mumbai #protest #Maharashtra #doctors #hospital #stipend