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Category: Diseases :: Water-borne
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One lakh students to be screened for Hepatitis-B 20.12.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
About 10 lakh people die of HBV complications
Expert warns against move to undermine vaccines 20.12.2005 Hindu: Kerala
`1.5 lakh children aged below five die of rotavirus infection'
Chicken pox causes a scare in Uttar Pradesh's Firozabad area 20.12.2005 New Kerala: Health News
Firozabad (Uttar Pradesh): Chicken pox, a disease can make one suffer with physical ailments like fever, cold or diarrhoea, seems to have taken the entire Firozabad district of Uttar Pradesh under its grip.
Transgene develops oral delivery system of insulin 19.12.2005 HBL: Corporate
DIABETICS on insulin can hope to soon overcome their daily agony of injections if the Hyderabad-based Transgene Biotek Ltd succeeds in its efforts to commercialise the new drug delivery system of oral insulin. At present, insulin is ...
Briefly 18.12.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
A person who was being taken to a police station for questioning in connection with the sale of a lorry allegedly committed suicide by consuming cyanide. According to the police, Kumar of Salem tried to sell the lorry at a petrol bunk on the ...
Dravid down, Sourav still out 18.12.2005 Telegraph: Front Page
Rahul Dravid has been hospitalised with a bout of diarrhoea that has ruled him out of the Test beginning tomorrow.
Oral delivery of Insulin and Hepatitis B vaccine tested 16.12.2005 New Kerala: Health News
Hyderabad: The clinical trials of the new single dose oral delivery technology of Hepatitis B vaccine and Insulin is likely to commence over the next four months, Pharma group Transgene Biotech Limited today said.
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Spurt in diarrhoeal cases in suburban areas 15.12.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
64 persons brought to Tondiarpet hospital in the last three days
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Wockhardt plans to introduce new vaccines 15.12.2005 HBL: Corporate
WOCKHARDT Ltd plans to become a dominant player in the vaccines segment and introduce about five new vaccines in the country by the first quarter of 2007. It has initiated talks with pharma firms in China, South Korea and Switzerland for ...
A new deal for old cities 13.12.2005 Hindu: Opinion
The example of Curitiba in Brazil, which has attracted global attention for innovative urban plans using low-cost technologies, shows that inclusive development models for urban renewal are workable.
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Government introduces P-24 test to screen HIV 13.12.2005 Hindu: Kerala
Lack of focus in AIDS control programmes
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Health of Pakistan quake-hit worsening as winter hits, warns WHO 13.12.2005 New Kerala: World News
Islamabad/Geneva: The arrival of winter in Pakistan has made life even more difficult for people affected by the earthquake two months ago.
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Rain throws life out of gear in Varkala 12.12.2005 Hindu: Kerala
300 families shifted to safer locations
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$100-m aid for vaccine project 12.12.2005 Telegraph: Nation
The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (Gavi) will offer India $100 million over the next five years to help deliver life-saving vaccines to children and improve vaccine delivery services, alliance officials announced on Friday.
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Workhardt unveils new Hepatitis A vaccine 11.12.2005 HBL: Corporate
PHARMA major Wockhardt Ltd today announced the launch of a new generation Hepatitis A vaccine under the brand name of Biovac A in collaboration with Zhejiang Pukang Biotechnology Company Ltd of China, the originator of the vaccine and among ...
New study opens doors to an effective vaccine for cholera 11.12.2005 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: A new study by researchers at Dartmouth Medical School has found that the bacteria that causes the intestinal disease cholera spreads in the environment in much the same way it infects humans.
Merck-PATH duo to conduct clinical trials for rotavirus vaccine 10.12.2005 HBL: Corporate
MERCK & Co and international non-profit organisation PATH will work together to conduct clinical studies of the former's investigational rotavirus vaccine, Rotateq, in some developing nations. The announcement was made at the Global Alliance ...
70 million children a year could be saved through immunisation by 2015, says UNICEF 10.12.2005 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: The United Nations said on Friday said that overhauling the global immunisation programme would save 70 million children a year in world's poorest countries by 2015.
Cholera claims one in Nanjangud 9.12.2005 Deccan Herald
Cholera claims one in Nanjangud
<b>Rainy day sneezes</b> 9.12.2005 Deccan Herald
<b>Rainy day sneezes</b>
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