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Category: Diseases :: Communicable :: Malaria
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Focus on building leadership 12.12.2005 Hindu: New Delhi
Two-day meeting organised by Global Fund
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Gates in India: making a difference 10.12.2005 Hindu: Opinion
In an exclusive interview,BillandMelinda Gatesshare their thoughts on their commitments to furthering health equity in India withJaya Shreedhar. Excerpts:
State urged to compensate sheep-rearers 8.12.2005 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
CPI takes out rally protesting against the delay in this regard
Let a thousand children bloom 7.12.2005 Telegraph: Opinion
The slow and limited international response to the HIV/ AIDS crisis has contributed directly to the deepening of global health inequalities. It also demonstrates the costs of delayed action. In 2004, the world spent an estimated $6 billion combating the virus through the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Had resources been mobilized on this scale 20 years ago, the epidemic could have been reversed. Today, that mount is insufficient even to contain the crisis, let alone to meet the Millennium Development Goals target to "have halted by 2015 and begun to reverse the spread of HIV/AID". The international community's response to a global public health threat has been plainly inadequate. At the same time many governments in ...
Gates' support for developing TB vaccine 7.12.2005 Hindu: National
Says meeting with Anbumani Ramadoss was `great'
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Bill Gates to help develop vaccines 6.12.2005 Rediff: Business
Bill Gates, co-founder of the Gates Foundation, on Tuesday committed support to the development of vaccines for diseases such as TB and malaria in India.
Boy dies of malaria? 4.12.2005 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Fourth death in 15 days in tribal hamlets
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Africa's HIV sufferers need access to free medical care 3.12.2005 Hindu: Opinion
The West's policies are putting healthcare out of reach for the continent's poorest.
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Malaria is bigger enemy than militants for the BSF 1.12.2005 New Kerala: Health News
Agartala: Malaria is the bigger enemy than underground militants for the Border Security Force (BSF) in Tripura.
Malaria is the bigger enemy than militants for the BSF 1.12.2005 New Kerala: Health News
Agartala: Malaria is a bigger enemy than the underground militants for the Border Security Force (BSF) in Tripura.
District Collector visits malaria-infested hamlets 30.11.2005 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
NIZAMABAD: District Collector D.V. Raidu on Tuesday made a surprise visit to tribal hamlets around Yellampet village in Machareddy mandal where a malaria outbreak was recently reported. He went round the hamlets and saw for himself the health ...
Surprising finding in malarial research 29.11.2005 Deccan Herald
Surprising finding in malarial research
MANGALORE AT A GLANCE 28.11.2005 Deccan Herald
`Take steps to check spread of diseases in Davangere' 25.11.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
CHITRADURGA: Deputy Commissioner K. Amaranarayana has instructed Health officials to take all steps to check the spread of dengue, tuberculosis, gastroenteritis, cholera, typhoid and malaria in the district. He said he had received reports that ...
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``Six million children die of hunger every year'' 24.11.2005 Hindu: National
Many fall to diseases such as diarrhoea, pneumonia and malaria
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Some people are more susceptible to malaria 24.11.2005 New Kerala: Health News
Washington : Some people are more susceptible to malaria and identifying these high-risk people could lead to better use of public-health resources, according to a new study by the US National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.
Children are more prone to mosquito bites: study 24.11.2005 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: Children are prone to bites of mosquitoes that carry the malaria parasites, says a study. However, the researchers have no clue as to why it happens.
Special drive for early detection and treatment of malaria 22.11.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Number of cases infected by malaria virus has come down marginally this year Officials detected only 359 cases out of 13,000 blood samples, with malaria virus in October this year. During the same month last year, 782 people tested positive with th e disease.
Role of Sarguja administration in tackling malaria under scanner 20.11.2005 New Kerala: India News
Raipur: The district administration's claims that it is taking various steps to tackle malaria in Sarguja district of Chhattisgarh has not found favour with the Public Health Voluntary Organisation.
Moves on to ban use of lindane 20.11.2005 Hindu: National
It could be listed as Persistent Organic Pollutants under Stockholm Convention
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