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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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Government to start Hepatitis B vaccinations 9.12.2005 New Kerala: Health News
New Delhi, Dec 8 : The central government has decided to integrate Hepatitis B vaccination in the national immunisation programme, Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss said here Thursday.
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New Hepatitis A vaccine to be available in India 9.12.2005 New Kerala: Health News
Chennai: A new generation Hepatitis A vaccine developed in China will be available in the Indian market from Monday.
India can become hub of vaccine production: PM 8.12.2005 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi : Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Wednesday urged the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI), a major public health initiative, to look at India as a hub for producing cheaper vaccines for the developing world.
Hepatitis A vaccine for Rs 1,100 8.12.2005 Rediff: Business
A vaccine developed by the Chinese will hit the Indian market on Monday.
Bill Gates calls on Health Minister Ramadoss 7.12.2005 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Dec 6 : Visiting Chairman of Microsoft Bill Gates and Members of Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation today called on Minister for Health and Family Welfare Anbumani Ramadoss and his team, here today and had a fruitful discussion on several health-related issues.
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Flood fury abates in Chennai 7.12.2005 Deccan Herald
Flood fury abates in Chennai
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`Community plan essential to improve health indicators' 7.12.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
The World-Bank-sponsored report has recommended for a unified Public Health Act
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Briefly 7.12.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
A free cancer detection clinic will be conducted at Preethi Cancer Centre in Lakshmipuram in the City from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday. According to a press release, people suffering from abnormal bleeding, swelling, lump or hardness in any ...
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Wockhardt launches new hepatitis A vaccine 6.12.2005 HBL: Corporate
PHARMA major Wockhardt Ltd has launched a new generation hepatitis A vaccine in collaboration with Zhejiang Pukang Biotechnology Company Ltd of China, the originators of the vaccine. Hepatitis A is a viral infection affecting the liver and is ...
New Hepatitis A vaccine on sale 6.12.2005 Hindu: Business
Wockhardt to airlift vials from China; the drug will be available from Thursday
New vaccine for Hepatitis A launched 5.12.2005 Hindu: Breaking News
New vaccine for Hepatitis A launched 5.12.2005 Hindu: Breaking News
5 hospitalised for diarrhoea in AP 5.12.2005 New Kerala: Health News
Vijayawada: At least five persons were admitted to the Pedanna Primary Healthcare Centre in Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh following symptoms of diarrhoea early today.
Briefly 5.12.2005 Hindu: New Delhi
Haryana Governor A.R.Kidwai and Delhi Development Minister Raj Kumar Chauhan on Saturday saw off the first batch of Haj pilgrims from the special Haj terminal of the Indira Gandhi International Airport here. Chairman, Central Haj Committee, ...
DRDO to develop web-based pre-screening aptitude test 5.12.2005 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
HYDERABAD:
New Hepatitis A vaccine launched 5.12.2005 Sify News
Multi-national pharma major, Wockhardt Ltd, has launched a vaccine, BIOVAC-A, for Hepatitis A in the country in collaboration with Zhejiang Pukang Biotechnology Com Ltd, China.
Cadila research unit in Colombo 4.12.2005 Telegraph: Business
Cadila Pharmaceuticals is setting up a major bio-medical research and development centre for producing life-saving vaccines in Sri Lankan capital Colombo at a cost of $2 million.
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