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Disturbing news 18.9.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
The news item `Hospital may lose green cover' ( The Hindu , September 13) is, to say the least, disturbing. The Government Chest Hospital, earlier called TB Davakhana and adjacent Pagalkhana (Mental Hospital) are landmarks in Erragadda. ...
Continuous treatment to be extended for TB patients 17.9.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Review meeting of district TB control officers held
New test for cheap and accurateTB diagnosis 15.9.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London, Sept 15: Tuberculosis(TB) can now be diagnosed by means of a cheap and accurate dipstick test, as researchers at St George’s Hospital Medical School in London have devised a new rapid technique to detect the disease.
Blueprint for attack 15.9.2006 The Statesman
Blueprint for attack
Scientist sends global warning of near untreatable tuberculosis 15.9.2006 New Kerala: World News
London, Sept 15: A scientist has sent a world-wide warning that new forms of highly drug-resistant tuberculosis are emerging and action must be taken soon before they become widespread globally.
Joint Declaration of first IBSA Summit Meeting 14.9.2006 Govt of india: PIB
Joint Declaration of first IBSA Summit Meeting
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Joint Press Communique of first IBSA summit meeting 14.9.2006 Govt of india: PIB
Joint Press Communique of first IBSA summit meeting
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Hope for tuberculosis blood test 14.9.2006 BBC South Asia
Scientists have devised a blood test for tuberculosis which they hope will help doctors in the developing world.
UN team to visit TB hospitals 14.9.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Delegation to interact with medical officers in select districts
Students form human chain for tuberculosis awareness 10.9.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: Students of the NSS wing of the M.G.R. Janaki College and students of nursing, Andhra Mahila Sabha Hospital, formed a human chain as part of an awareness programme on Tuberculosis. Lakshmi Satyamurthy, joint secretary, Andhra Mahila ...
Worrying rise of untreatable, drug resistant TB 8.9.2006 New Kerala: Health News
New York, Sep 8: Scientists have found cases of virtually untreatable tuberculosis across the globe including in the US, Eastern Europe and Africa.
In Tiruchi Today 8.9.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Rockfort Thayumanaswamy Temple: Vinayagar Chathurthi festival, maha abishekam, noon; Nadana Ganapathy alankaram, 6 p.m. St.Arockiya Annai Church-Vadugarpettai: Arockiya Annai festival, mass, 8 a.m.; car procession, ...
European fund to boost Indian drug research 8.9.2006 Business Standard
European fund to boost Indian drug research
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New Tubeculosis strain hits South Africa 8.9.2006 New Kerala: World News
M Subramoney Durban, Sept 7: South Africa, still trying to cope with the HIV-AIDs pandemic, has now been hit by a new strain of Tuberculosis that can kill a victim within a month.
WHO sounds global alert over deadly new TB strains 7.9.2006 Deccan Herald
WHO sounds global alert over deadly new TB strains
Kerala loses biotech project due to Kinfra's unfriendly attitude 7.9.2006 New Indian Express
Kerala loses biotech project due to Kinfra's unfriendly attitude
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'Untreatable' TB strain causes alarm 7.9.2006 TOI: India
A virtually untreatable form of tuberculosis is spreading all over the world, including India.
Fears of `extreme' TB strain 4.9.2006 Hindu: Opinion
New drug-resistant infection is a "nightmare," say health experts.
Teaching the spirit of sharing! 4.9.2006 Hindustan Times
Teaching the spirit of sharing!
Awareness programmes on child health care 3.9.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
COIMBATORE: The Rotary Child Care Centre will conduct awareness programmes related to child health in and around Kavundampalayam to mark its completion of four years. The centre, functioning at H.S. Hospital, Kavundampalayam, will concentrate ...
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