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Category: Diseases :: Communicable :: Tuberculosis
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Tuberculosis awareness programme begins today 17.2.2006 Hindu: Kerala
KANNUR: A week-long awareness programme on tuberculosis will be conducted in the district from February 17 as part of the TB control campaign under the National TB Control Programme. E.K. Zainuddin, District TB Officer, said at a press ...
Observance of Tuberculosis Control Week begins in Kodagu district 17.2.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
`561 tuberculosis cases were reported in Kodagu in 2005'
Media organisations join hands for promotion of AIDS awareness 16.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
New Delh: With AIDS fast griping the world, media from across the globe join hands to campaign against this dreaded disease.
TB control drive losing direction in the State 13.2.2006 Hindu: Kerala
Detection rate is 75 p.c. in all States, except Kerala and Bihar
AIDS third deadliest disease in China 13.2.2006 New Kerala: World News
Beijing: AIDS overtook Hepatitis B to become the third deadliest infectious disease in China last year, the Ministry of Health announced here today.
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"Schemes soon to bring down infant mortality" 12.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Centre will allot Rs. 40,000 crore
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"Schemes soon to bring down infant mortality" 12.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
A trauma care centre will come up at Walajapet next year
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IN BRIEF 11.2.2006 Deccan Herald
IN BRIEF
Target TB 9.2.2006 TOI: Editorial
Indian scientists identify genes that nurture tuberculosis.
Indian scientists develop new pathway to attack TB 7.2.2006 New Indian Express
Indian scientists develop new pathway to attack TB
Healers, heal thyself! 6.2.2006 Deccan Herald
Healers, heal thyself!
Five key genes linked to tuberculosis 4.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
NEW DELHI: Scientists in India have identified five genes that enable Mycobacterium tuberculosis to acquire the iron it needs to sustain growth and promote infection.
Indian scientist identifies five key genes that lead to TB 3.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: Scientists in India, led by a Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) international research scholar, have identified five key genes that enable tuberculosis bacterium to acquire the iron it needs to sustain growth and promote infection.
$31-billion funding drive to fight TB 29.1.2006 New Indian Express
$31-billion funding drive to fight TB
Rethinking treatment of infectious diseases 28.1.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
SRM Medical College to host symposium on harmless pathogens
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Britain, Gates Foundation step up funding on TB 28.1.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: Britain has committed to give $74 million to help fight tuberculosis (TB) in India, while the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has assured it will triple funding for the global efforts to more than $900 million by 2015.
WHO welcomes UK, Gates grant to fight TB 28.1.2006 New Kerala: World News
London: The World Health Organization (WHO) has welcomed the announcement by the United Kingdom government that it will give 41.7 million pounds (74 million dollars) to help fight tuberculosis (TB) in India and by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation that it will triple funding for tuberculosis to more than 900 million dollars by 2015.
Gates donates $600M to fight tuberculosis 28.1.2006 New Kerala: World News
DAVOS, Switzerland: Bill Gates has contributed $600 million to a $56 billion fund to break the back of tuberculosis worldwide, health officials in Switzerland said.
Gates donates $600 to fight tuberculosis 28.1.2006 New Kerala: World News
DAVOS, Switzerland: Bill Gates has contributed $600 million to a $56 billion fund to break the back of tuberculosis worldwide, health officials in Switzerland said.
Rethinking treatment of infectious diseases 27.1.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
SRM Medical College to host symposium focusing on harmless pathogens
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