18September2018

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Dr. Rahul Sharma
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Agra girl stops TB treatment, loses an eye

Rohit Shishodia
Stopping treatment in midway not only adversely impacts the health of a patient but can harm various organs of the body and lead to a new disease. In a shocking incident, a 13-year-old girl from Agra, UP, has lost one eye due to the harmful impact of TB whose treatment she stopped after five months.

Dr. Raju Vaishya
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Govt. urged to establish a national joint replacement registry

BS RAWAT
NEW DELHI: Given the ‘faulty hip implants’ of Metal and Metal prosthesis made by Johnson & Johnson that were put into some 4,700 patients, four of who died, and 3,600 of whom could not be traced, medical experts have urged the government to establish a national joint replacement registry to regulate medical implants and drugs for the patients safety.

Prof Rakhi Dandona
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India is the world's suicide hub

Rohit Shishodia
Over the last more than two decades, more women committed suicide than men in India. This has been revealed in India Sate-Level Disease Burden Initiative Papers, released by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) on September 12, 2018.

Prashant Mishra, Managing Director BJM
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BMJ, Smile Foundation partner to provide free medical support to poor

BS RAWAT
NEW DELHI: British Medical Journal (BMJ) India has announced a charity initiative with Smile Foundation under the ‘Smile Health Camp’ wherein free medical treatment and recovery support is provided to the underserved women and adolescent girls in the society.

Dr Kalpana Nagpal explaining robotic surgery
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Apollo Hospitals doctor performs 100 robotic ENT surgeries

BS RAWAT
NEW DELHI: Apollo hospitals-Delhi has announced that one of its doctors has completed 100 successful robotic ENT, head & neck surgeries in the last one year.

Dr KK Aggarwal, President  HCFI
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More than 34% Indians insufficiently active: WHO study

BS RAWAT
NEW DELHI: At least 34 per cent of India’s population are not active enough to stay healthy, according to a latest study released by the World Health Organisation.

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