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BCG vaccine also protects children from active TB disease 13.10.2005 New Kerala: Health News
London: A new study published in the latest issue of Lancet has found that BCG vaccination can protect children from tuberculosis (TB) infection as well as active TB disease.
Social workers honoured for helping tuberculosis patients 10.10.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
They ensured that the patients took their medication
He has helped many a patient breathe easy 10.10.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
He entered the Madras Medical College as a student and retired last month as head of the Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery of the Government General Hospital. Rajan Santosham , who specialised in thoracic surgery, tells ...
Social workers honoured for helping tuberculosis patients 10.10.2005 Hindu: National
They ensured that the patients took their medication They ensured that the patients took their medication without fail
He has helped many breathe easy 9.10.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
He entered the Madras Medical College as a student and retired last month as head of the Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery of the Government General Hospital. Rajan Santosham , who specialised in thoracic surgery, tells ...
Briefly 6.10.2005 Hindu: New Delhi
Students of The Indian School in South Delhi celebrated Gandhi Jayanti by spinning the charkha at a function in the school premises. The highlight of the event organised to inculcate Gandhian values among the students was a handcrafted charkha ...
Officials told to make TB eradication effort effective 3.10.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
Governor calls for active participation of NGOs and public in the programme
In Hyderabad Today 2.10.2005 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Sri Rama Krishna Ashrama: Discourse on Sankara Vijayam by T. Krishnayya, 7.30 a.m, Mannarayaneekyam by SNCV Raghunatha, 6.30 p.m, Sri Sathyanaryana Swamy Temple, ...
The fight goes on 2.10.2005 Hindu: Sunday Magazine
The fear of testing positive for HIV and of then being ostracised is what holds back those affected from the ambitious programme of free anti-retroviral therapy.
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Mission to make India free of TB by 2010: Kalam 2.10.2005 IndiaInfo.com
<img src="http://www.indiainfo.com/images/indiainfo-logo.gif"><p align="justify">President APJ Abdul Kalam today exhorted all those involved in the area of Tuberculosis control to work 'in a mission mode' to make India free of the disease by 2010.
BSE Notes 28.9.2005 Hindu: Business
The Reserve Bank of India has approved the merger of Centurion Bank and Bank of Punjab (BoP) to be effective from next month. The share swap ratio is set at nine shares of Centurion Bank of the face value of Re. 1 for every four shares of BoP ...
Ranbaxy to sell Lupin's TB brand in Africa 28.9.2005 Rediff: Business
Ranbaxy Laboratories has entered into an in-licensing agreement with Lupin Laboratories to market Lupin's tuberculosis brand in the severely affected West and North African markets.
Tiruchengode DMK councillors stage walkout 27.9.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
`Municipal Commissioner favours a few wards in fund allocation' Special centre for tuberculosis sought to help workers in spinning mills and weaving units
Enaleni move to buy Cipla Medpro ? Drug supply to South Africa, its neighbours will not be hit: Cipla 27.9.2005 HBL: Corporate
CIPLA'S supply of drugs to South Africa and its neighbouring regions will not be derailed by South African drug company Enaleni Pharmaceuticals' decision to buy Cipla Medpro for 1.2 billion rand (Rs 825 crore). Cipla does not have an equity ...
India willing to collaborate on vaccines 19.9.2005 Rediff: News
Ramadoss said at present 500,000 to one million vaccines are being imported from countries like Japan, Thailand and Korea.
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Tuberculosis taking heavy toll in a Kerala district 19.9.2005 New Kerala: Kerala News
Alappuzha : As many as 100 children below the age of ten were infected by tuberculosis in this district during the last ten months, according to a State health official.
Tuberculosis taking heavy toll in a Kerala district 19.9.2005 New Kerala: Kerala News
Alappuzha: As many as 100 children below the age of ten were infected by tuberculosis in this district during the last ten months, according to a State health official.
What can halt Indian, Chinese juggernaut 14.9.2005 Rediff: Business
The economic momentum isn't unstoppable. China and India face huge obstacles to growth.
A.R. Rahman to inaugurate TB patients network .:. New Kerala - India&apos;s Top Online Newspaper 3.9.2005 New Kerala: India News
A.R. Rahman to inaugurate TB patients network .:. New Kerala - India&apos;s Top Online Newspaper
Silicosis: A &apos;dusty&apos; tale in Rajasthan 2.9.2005 India Together
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