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Category: Diseases :: Communicable :: Malaria
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Heart disease big killer in state: Survey 25.2.2015 Orissa News, Bhubaneshwar News, Bhubaneshwar City News | Times of India Orissa City News
Heart disease is the single largest cause of death after old-age related problems, the Odisha Economic Survey 2014-2015 reveals.
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Shortage of doctors in district hospitals causes concern 25.2.2015 Hindu: Kerala
Steps to tackle monsoon diseases discussed
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Swine flu: Bengal to open more testing centres 24.2.2015 Oneindia.in: News
Kolkata, Feb 24: The West Bengal government Tuesday decided to open more swine flu testing centres at the city's School of Tropical Medicine and the North Bengal Medical College and Hospital in Darjeeling district.The decision was taken at a high level
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Swine flu: Bengal to open more testing centres 24.2.2015 New Kerala: West Bengal
Read Full story of 'Swine flu: Bengal to open more testing centres' at newkerala.com.
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Swine flu: Bengal to open more testing centres 24.2.2015 All News-IANS Stories
The West Bengal government Tuesday decided to open more swine flu testing centres at the city's School of Tropical Medicine and the North Bengal Medical College and Hospital in Darjeeling district.
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Himachal to have malaria research station 24.2.2015 New Kerala: India News
Read Full story of 'Himachal to have malaria research station' at newkerala.com.
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Himachal to have malaria research station 24.2.2015 All News-IANS Stories
The union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has decided to open a malaria research station in Himachal Pradesh's remote Lahaul valley to provide treatment to nature-specific diseases, a statement said Tuesday.
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Scientific Study on Alternate Methods of Treatment 24.2.2015 Govt of india: PIB
The efficacy and safety of drugs and therapies for various remedies is scientifically established through clinical validation carried out by the 5 Research Councils under the Ministry of AYUSH
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Margao sees 50% decline in malaria cases 24.2.2015 Goa News, News of Goa - Times of India
From 384 cases in 2013 to 181 in 2014, the urban health centre (UHC), Margao has registered a sharp decline of almost 50 percent in indigenous malaria cases (cases where transmission has occurred locally), according to the latest report submitted by UHC, Margao, at the meeting of the south Goa coordination committee for vector-borne disease control held ...
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Dangerous experiments 23.2.2015 HBL: Opinion
The closure of AstraZeneca research lab reflects the sad reality of foreign ambitions overpowering local opportunities
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Rs 60 crore health hub to be launched soon 23.2.2015 Patna News, News from Patna, Bihar| Latest Patna News - Times of India Patna and Bihar News
Rs 60 crore health hub to be launched soon
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Tropical Disease Research Centre to be opened soon 22.2.2015 Patna News, News from Patna, Bihar| Latest Patna News - Times of India Patna and Bihar News
Tropical Disease Research Centre to be opened soon
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Drug-resistant malaria strain found near Indian border 21.2.2015 TOI: All Headlines
Drug-resistant malaria strain found near Indian border
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Malaria parasite from Myanmar threatens India 21.2.2015 Manipur: E-Pao
Malaria parasite from Myanmar threatens India
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Paris, Feb 20, 2015 (AFP) - 21.2.2015 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Paris, Feb 20, 2015 (AFP) -
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Global travel may encourage anti-malaria drug resistance 21.2.2015 ET: Pharma
The authors also warned that an increase in international travel and migration might promote direct spread of drug resistance.
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Drug-resistant malaria found near Myanmar border 21.2.2015 Asian Age: International
India faces an imminent danger from drug-resistant malaria parasites detected near the Myanmar-India border, threatening to repeat history and rendering the frontline anti-malaria treatment useless while putting millions of lives at risk, scientists warned on Friday. The spread of malaria parasites resistant to the drug artemisinin into India would pose a serious threat to the global control and eradication of malaria, researchers said. “If drug resistance spreads from Asia to the African sub-continent, or emerges in Africa independently as we’ve seen several times before, millions of lives will be at risk,” they said. The researchers examined whether parasite samples collected at 55 malaria treatment centres across Myanmar carried mutations in specific regions of the parasite’s kelch gene (K13), a known genetic marker of artemisinin drug resistance. The team confirmed resistant parasites in Homalin, Sagaing region located only 25km from the Indian border. “Myanmar is considered the frontline in the ...
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Civic chief not expecting more grants from state 21.2.2015 Nagpur News, Nagpur City News | Cities News - Times of India
Civic chief not expecting more grants from state
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Malaria resists key drug: Study 21.2.2015 Telegraph: International
The world's best anti-malarial drug, a medicine key to saving millions of lives in Africa and beyond, is losing its efficacy in a much larger swath of territory than was previously known, according to research that was released today.
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Drug-resistant malaria found near Indian border 20.2.2015 DNA: Popular News
India faces an imminent danger from drug-resistant malaria parasites detected near the Myanmar-India border, threatening to repeat history and rendering the frontline anti-malaria treatment useless while putting millions of lives at risk, scientists warned today. The spread of malaria parasites resistant to the drug artemisinin into India would pose a serious threat to the global control and eradication of malaria, researchers said. "If drug resistance spreads from Asia to the African sub-continent, or emerges in Africa independently as we've seen several times before, millions of lives will be at risk," they said. The researchers examined whether parasite samples collected at 55 malaria treatment centres across Myanmar carried mutations in specific regions of the parasite's kelch gene (K13) - a known genetic marker of artemisinin drug resistance. The team confirmed resistant parasites in Homalin, Sagaing Region located only 25km from the Indian border. "Myanmar is considered the frontline in the battle ...
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