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India, in the Asian subcontinent is the world’s fourth largest producer of pharmaceuticals, and is thought as one of the most promising biotech markets in the world. Several important steps ...

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These Startups In India Are Making HIV Treatment Confidential, Affordable And Efficient

Although there are now ways to fight HIV so that patients can live a longer, healthier life, cutting the risk of transmitting the virus to others, in India, many HIV patients are not getting the treat...

India court orders daily TB treatment for millions

Millions of tuberculosis patients in India will receive daily treatment after the Supreme Court Monday ordered the government to change the current dosing practice amid activist claims it was endanger...

Selumetinib Reduces Tumor Volume in Neurofibromatosis

Results of a phase 1 study show this molecular therapy shrinks inoperable plexiform neurofibroma, benign tumors on peripheral nerves related to neurofibromatosis type 1, with an acceptable toxicity pr...

Nigerians pay for cancer treatment with their lives – Vanguard

VanguardNigerians pay for cancer treatment with their livesVanguardYesterday, February 4, was World Cancer Day, a day set aside by the United Nations and World Health Organisation to raise awareness o...

500kg Egyptian sheds half her weight after India surgery

The "world's heaviest woman" has shed half her weight—around a quarter of a tonne—in the two months she's been in India for treatment, doctors said.

An overview of preventive healthcare in India

Healthcare in India is largely perceived as a science of treatment and blissfully ignores it as a science of prevention.

International executives forecast 24% growth in India for 2017, and remarkably, 96% agreed that CDSCO certification programmes are helping increase compliance

CPhI & P-MEC India 2016 – organised by UBM EMEA and UBM India – announce the international survey data from its in-depth research on pharma in India following the closing of the first CPhI Indi...

[Articles] The Healthy Activity Program (HAP), a lay counsellor-delivered brief psychological treatment for severe depression, in primary care in India: a randomised controlled trial

HAP delivered by lay counsellors plus EUC was better than EUC alone was for patients with moderately severe to severe depression in routine primary care in Goa, India. HAP was readily accepted by this...

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Neurofibroma around the Ear Canal: Report of Three Cases.

Facial nerve neurofibromas are an uncommon entity, particularly in the intraparotid region. Three cases are presented herein, including the first reported case of both an intratemporal and intraparoti...

An inflammatory gene signature distinguishes neurofibroma Schwann cells and macrophages from cells in the normal peripheral nervous system.

Neurofibromas are benign peripheral nerve tumors driven by NF1 loss in Schwann cells (SCs). Macrophages are abundant in neurofibromas, and macrophage targeted interventions may have therapeutic potent...

Removal of solitary neurofibroma of the external nose by intranasal approach.

Solitary neurofibroma originating from the external nose is extremely rare, and to our knowledge, only 3 cases have been reported so far in English literatures. It may originate from the ophthalmic (V...

LBOS 03-06 ANTI HYPERTENSIVE TREATMENT COMPLIANCE AND ADVERSE EFFECT PROFILE AMONG HYPERTENSION CLINIC ATTENDEES IN JODHPUR, INDIA.

To study the treatment compliance and adverse effects among hypertensive patients receiving treatment at Hypertension clinic, UHTC Pratap Nagar, Jodhpur, India.

Treatment-seeking and out-of-pocket expenditure on childhood illness in a migrant tribal community in Bhubaneswar, Odisha State, India.

In India, migrant status, tribal affiliation and poverty render tribal migrants more vulnerable than any other group which leads to high treatment costs and the risk of low access to health care.

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