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Malaria knot loosens up a little 22.12.2005 Telegraph: Nation
Indian biologists today announced that they have caught the first glimpses of the molecular machinery that the malaria parasite Plasmodium vivax uses to invade human red blood cells.
Briefly 21.12.2005 Hindu: Kerala
The Health Department has confirmed two cases of malaria, besides a suspected case, in Pampa on the foothills of Sabarimala. Sabarimala Medical Officer B.P. Premkumar told The Hindu that two persons have been diagnosed with malaria. One ...
President calls for project to map cancer genomes 20.12.2005 Hindu: Kerala
Scientists told to focus on tackling major diseases
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President calls for project to map cancer genomes 20.12.2005 Hindu: Kerala
Focus on tackling major diseases
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Small investments, big difference 19.12.2005 Telegraph: Opinion
Measles causes more than half a million deaths a year. Diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough) and tetanus claim another half a million lives. Almost all of these deaths could be averted through immunization. Yet 37 million children worldwide are not immunized with the DPT vaccine, and progress in immunization coverage has stalled across much of the developing world, notably among the poor. Immunization coverage is less than 50 per cent for children living in households with incomes below the $1 a day international poverty line.
Bill Gates, Melinda, Bono chosen Time's persons of year 19.12.2005 DNA: Top News
The richest man in the world, Bill Gates, and his wife, Melinda, were named Time magazine's ''Persons of the Year'' along with Irish rocker Bono for being Good Samaritans who made a difference in different ways.
Mobile malaria treatment unit proving to be a success 18.12.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
The facility is parked near the KSRTC bus stand in Bejai
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Clean-up operations in Mettupalayam 15.12.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
No dengue-causing situation: health officials
Clean-up begins in Mettupalayam 15.12.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Officials dispel fears over dengue
New anti-malaria drug to be tried in India 13.12.2005 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: A cheaper anti-malarial drug being developed by India's Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd (RLL) and Geneva-based Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV) would soon be studied for its dose range in India, Africa and Thailand.
Nobility of the Nobel prize 13.12.2005 Deccan Herald
Nobility of the Nobel prize
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Ranbaxy to release update on new anti-malarial drug in US tomorrow 13.12.2005 New Kerala: Business India
Mumbai : Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd has informed BSE that they will provide an update on the progress and clinical development strategy of a new antimalarial drug, RBx 11160, at a tropical disease symposium in Washington tomorrow.
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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