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Curing Hepatitis C: Early detection, awareness play key roles 1.10.2005 ET: Jobs
Curing Hepatitis C: Early detection, awareness play key roles
A positive approach is the need of the hour 1.10.2005 ET: Jobs
A positive approach is the need of the hour
Plan to register more blood donors 1.10.2005 ET: Jobs
Plan to register more blood donors
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All ears... 30.9.2005 HBL: Life
Auriculotherapy works by stimulating the central nervous system through the cranial and spinal nerves on the auricle of the ear.
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India to observe Hepatitis Awareness Day Oct 1 30.9.2005 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: With over three percent of the global population infected by the virus, India along with rest of the world will observe World Hepatitis-C Awareness Day Saturday.
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Briefly 30.9.2005 Hindu: Kerala
Thiruvananthapuram Doordarshan will be telecasting a live farm seminar from the Rice Research Station at Mancompu in Alappuzha district from 5.05 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. on Friday. The seminar is part of a series of such programmes being conducted by ...
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No let-up in dengue cases 29.9.2005 Hindu: New Delhi
NEW DELHI: The total number of dengue cases in the Capital is nearing 200, with 15 patients being admitted to various city hospitals on Wednesday. Apart from dengue, cases of malaria and cholera are also on the rise in various areas. On ...
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More on vaccines 25.9.2005 Hindu: Sunday Magazine
This refers to the article "Avoid Typhoid: Get vaccinated" (Magazine, September 18). It is a timely article that will alert the public before the monsoon, as typhoid is one of "the pains after rains". Typhoid vaccine is available in two forms. ...
Unsafe injections, fatal infections 22.9.2005 Hindu: Science & Technology
Avoiding unnecessary therapeutic injections will be the first step to check blood-borne infections from contaminated injection devices
Hepatitis B vaccination to include in national plan 21.9.2005
<img src=""><p align="justify">The Government will carry out mass vaccination against Japanese Encephalitis in the endemic areas and include vaccination against Hepatitis B in the national immunization schedule from next year.
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Chhatisgarh rains kill 8, affect 1000 villages 15.9.2005 Rediff: News
The state government has released Rs 6 crore for flood relief operations in all the 16 districts of the state.
Hepatitis vaccine firms get a shot in the arm 15.9.2005 Rediff: Business
Domestic Hepatitis-B vaccine manufacturers, which were on the verge of closing down their huge capacity manufacturing plants owing to adverse market conditions, have a reason to smile.
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Biotech firm GangaGen's subsidiary ties with Elanco 15.9.2005
<img src=""><p align="justify">Biotech firm GangaGen's subsidiary in Canada has tied up with Elanco, a global research-based animal health company, to jointly develop and commercialize phage technology based products for the control of dangerous bacteria that pose problems for animal and human health.
Threats to Life 10.9.2005 TOI: Editorial
Hepatitis B could kill more Indians than HIV-AIDS, says ministry.
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Police, soldiers work to empty New Orleans 8.9.2005 Sify News
sing the unmistakable threat of force, police and soldiers went house to house Wednesday to try to coax the last 10,000 or so stubborn holdouts to leave storm-shattered New Orleans because of the risk of disease from the putrid, sewage-laden floodwaters.
Hepatitis B problem greater than AIDS: Minister 5.9.2005 New Kerala: India News
Port Blair: India&apos;s Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss Monday said that the government would include Hepatitis B vaccination under its national immunisation programme as it has been emerging as a &quot;problem greater than AIDS.&quot;
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Death toll in thousands from Hurricane Katrina 5.9.2005
&lt;img src=&quot;;&gt;&lt;p align=&quot;justify&quot;&gt;As rescuers scoured New Orleans for last survivors of Hurricane Katrina called the largest &apos;emergency airlift&apos; in US history, a top official estimated the death toll to be in thousands.
Asians &apos;risk fatal liver disease&apos; 3.9.2005 BBC South Asia
Tens of thousands of Asian people living in the UK risk dying from liver disease, research suggests.
Sify News India - India&apos;s comprehensive breaking news site. Covers indian politics, elections, polls, election results. 3.9.2005 Sify News
Sify News India - India&apos;s comprehensive breaking news site. Covers indian politics, elections, polls, election results.
Raging viral knocks Delhi out 2.9.2005 TOI: Cities
Delhi is gripped by fever and gastroenteritis. In fact, it&apos;s almost taken on epidemic-like proportions.
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