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Stent Effect: Government Plans To Create Standards For Medical Devices Based On Pricing

The government has made a separate committee to create guidelines under G.N Singh, DCGI

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EU Recommends Suspending Hundreds Of Drugs Tested By Indian Firm Micro Therapeutic

Europe's medicines regulator has recommended the suspension of more than 300 generic drug approvals and drug applications due to "unreliable" tests conducted by Indian contract research firm Micro Therapeutic Research Labs

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Make In India: Pharmacy Sector

India's cost of production is significantly lower than that of the US and almost half of that of Europe which gives it a competitive edge to India

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World TB Day 2017: Unite Efforts To Leave No One Behind

According to WHO estimates, India has the world's largest tuberculosis epidemic

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Services In Govt Hospitals Hit As Doctors Go On Mass Leave

Though emergency services at hospitals were not affected due to strike, the functioning of out patient departments and other services were hit with doctors abstaining from work

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US Bans Divi's Factory, Shares Hit 3-year Low

US health regulators have banned a drug production site in India belonging to Divi's Laboratories Ltd due to manufacturing violations, sending the company's shares down to a near three-year low on Wednesday

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'We Aim To Address Every Issue Related To Breast Health'

Dr Pillarisetti Raghu Ram has been working to fulfill his vision of making all the information regarding breast cancer available by launching 'ABC OF BREAST HEALTH', the world's first such application providing information and counselling

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Drugmakers Face Squeeze In US Healthcare Market

India's small and medium-sized generic drugmakers say the threat of tougher rules and higher barriers for outsiders in the US healthcare market will force many to find a niche or focus their expansion efforts on other countries

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Implementation May Remain Biggest Challenge For National Health Policy

The draft proposals are well articulated but the challenge lies in the implementation of the policy, says Sujay Shetty, leader of pharmaceuticals and life sciences at consultancy PwC India

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National Health Policy Suggests 1.5% Rise In Spending, Maximum Focus On Primary Care

The biggest failure in India's public healthcare system has been the poor focus on providing primary healthcare

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MammoAlert — A Pre-screening Test For Brest Cancer Detection Unveils In Mumbai

This technology utilising blood sample for testing breast cancer is affordable, rapid and gives accurate results, claims its developers

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Foreign Firms Reluctant To Launch New Drugs In India, Says GIPC

The executive director of international intellectual property at GIPC is in India to talk about the simmering discontent over IPR infrastructure

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Sun Pharma Says FDA To Lift Ban On Mohali Drug Plant

Sun Pharmaceutical Industries said on Tuesday that US regulators plan to lift a ban on its Mohali plant in Punjab, allowing the company to restart supplies from there after four years

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