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Asthma, COPD Led To 3 Million Deaths Worldwide In 2015: Study

The disease burden due to COPD in 2015 was highest in Papua New Guinea, India, Lesotho and Nepal

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Biocon Pulls Application For EU Approval Of Two Drugs

Biocon will re-submit the applications for breast cancer drug Trastuzumab and Pegfilgrastim, which cuts infection risk in patients undergoing chemotherapy, after the European Medicines Agency completes the inspection

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Pharma@70: Drug Makers Seek Freedom From Dependence On Chinese Imports And Unforeseen Regulatory Changes

No lapses can be greater than the loop holes in the country’s medicine making and distribution market

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Varun Gandhi Offers 5 Crores To Develop Paediatric Wing At Sultanpur Hospital

Citing Gorakhpur tragedy, Varun Gandhi on Monday promised a Model Paediatric wing In Sultanpur district hospital

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Max India Reports Strong Financials For First Quarter FY2018

Max India’s flagship operating company Max Healthcare (MHC), reported gross revenues of Rs 702 crore in Q1 FY2018 for its network of owned and managed hospitals, growing 10 per cent over the previous year

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Sun Pharma Reports Quarterly Loss After One-off Charge

The net loss was 4.25 billion rupees ($66 million) in the three months ending on June 30, compared with a profit of 20.34 billion rupees a year earlier

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Indian Biotech Forum Ties Up With Japan Body To Boost Research On Regenerative Medicine

The partnership between the Association of Biotechnology Led Enterprises (ABLE) and FIRM is a unique platform to advance and promote commercialisation of life saving products in regenerative medicine in both the countries

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Cipla First Quarter Profit Rises 20%, Beats Estimates

Revenue from South Africa, Cipla's third largest market, rose 21 per cent to Rs 4.88 billion compared with last year while Europe revenues climbed 33 per cent to Rs 1.58 billion

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Healthcare: Healing At Your Doorstep

Entry of both corporates and startups in providing professional care services at home could give India’s healthcare industry a new lease of life

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Bombay Hemp Company To Develop Cannabis Based Medicine

This means that all approved medical and research institutions would have access to medical grade raw material in the form of extracts, oils and tinctures for R&D purposes

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US based NSF International Adds Pharma Biotech Services To India Office

India is one of the world's largest producers of generic pharmaceuticals and it is important for NSF International to be here

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Cesarean Deliveries Have Gone Up In India: Govt

C-section surgery is an operation by which a fetus is taken from the uterus by cutting through the walls of the abdomen and uterus

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World's Blind Population To Triple By 2050: Study

It reveals that worldwide, there are an estimated 36 million people who are blind, with the greatest burden occurring in developing countries in Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa

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