17December2018

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Mr Saju Bhaskar
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Indian students aspiring to study medicine abroad increases 80%

Rohit Shishodia
Medical students are now looking to study abroad instead of in India due to lack of medical seats, expensive education, stiff NEET competition and poor infrastructure in medical colleges in India.

AERD Chief A U Sonawane
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First in India: Apollo Hospitals gets nod to operate proton therapy center

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CHENNAI: The Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) has issued the country’s first license to Apollo Hospitals, Chennai, to operate its proton therapy facility for treating cancer patients.

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Odisha: Director puts salt in abdomen during surgery, sent on leave

 Rohit Shishodia
The Odisha health ministry has sent Dr Ashwini Kumar Pujahari, Director of Veer Surendra Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (VSSIMSR), on leave over allegations of inhumane treatment of patients and harassment of faculty members as well as senior and junior residents.

Prof Shashi Kant Das, Prof Randeep Guleria and Prof Nikhil Tandon releasing the Yoga manual
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Seeing its benefits, AIIMS promotes Yoga door-to-door

Rohit Shishodia
To teach people Yoga for prevention of lifestyle diseases, the Therapists at Delhi-AIIMS will now go door to door as part of a significant pilot project in the national capital Delhi.

AIIMS-Delhi MBBS topper Dr Gopal Puri
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Set your vision and chase it, says AIIMS’ MBBS topper

 Rohit Shishodia
The premises of Delhi-AIIMS were full of joy as hundreds of medical students threw their graduation hats in the air and congratulated each other after getting their degrees on the 46th Annual Convocation Day on December 7, 2018.

Doctors at the launch of Doctors for Clean Air forum in New Delhi
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Public outrage needed against air pollution: Doctors

 Rohit Shishodia
Concerned over the hazardous level of air pollution that is rapidly gripping many parts of India, eminent doctors have stressed that there is need for public outrage and a major movement against air pollution.

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