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Category: Chikungunya
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40 treated for symptoms of chikungunya 22.9.2014 Hindu: News
As many as 40 residents of Merpanaikadu, an interior village on the border of Pudukottai and Thanjavur districts, have shown symptoms of chikungunya over the past few days. Special health...
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35 cases of chikungunya reported in Fort Kochi 20.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
35 cases of chikungunya reported in Fort Kochi
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Corporation, health officials spar over chikungunya 20.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Corporation, health officials spar over chikungunya
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Telangana pharma sector draws Australia interest 19.9.2014 Hyderabad News, Hyderabad City News | Cities News - Times of India
Interestingly, in view of Hyderabad's core strength in drug development, the Australian delegates evinced keen interest in having a tie-up with the city's pharmaceutical ...
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Chikungunya-like Fever Spreads, Medical Teams Cover Village 14.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
The officials attributed the fever to unhygienic conditions and health staff have been deployed to ensure source reduction in all households.
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Chikungunya-like Fever Spreads, Med Teams Cover Village 14.9.2014 The New Indian Express - Tamil Nadu - http://newindianexpress.com/states/tamil_nadu/
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PMC sends notices to 1,300 over mosquito-breeding sites 12.9.2014 Pune News, Pune City News | Cities News - Times of India
Civic health officials have issued show-cause notices to as many as 1,300 people, including builders, scrap dealers and housing societies, for failing to clear mosquito-breeding spots on their ...
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Rain spikes chikungunya cases in city 11.9.2014 TOI: Chennai
The occasional spell of rain in the city over the past few days has led to the number of vector borne diseases, especially chikungunya, going up in the city, especially in outlying areas like ...
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Mysterious disease stalks Karukkai village 5.9.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Mysterious disease stalks Karukkai village
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Less dengue cases due to scanty rainfall 3.9.2014 Kanpur - City - The Times of India
Only 17 patients have been detected with dengue symptoms in the city since July. Unlike last year, the total number of dengue cases detected so far is extremely low. Experts suggest that this is due to scanty rainfall this year. According to the doctors of microbiology department of Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Memorial Medical College (GSVM,), nine cases were detected in the month of July, while on August 8, patients got their dengue test confirmed. The test, ELISA, needed for confirming the disease is done only in the medical college.
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Insufficient rainfall behind less number of dengue cases 2.9.2014 Kanpur - City - The Times of India
Only 17 patients have been detected with dengue symptoms in the city since July. Unlike last year, the total number of dengue cases detected so far is extremely low. Experts suggest that this is due to scanty rainfall this year. According to the doctors of microbiology department of Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Memorial Medical College (GSVM,), nine cases were detected in the month of July, while on August 8, patients got their dengue test confirmed. The test, ELISA, needed for confirming the disease is done only in the medical college.
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Panic in Village Over Fever, 18 Land in Hosp 2.9.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Chikungunya threat looms in Kochi 1.9.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Chikungunya threat looms in Kochi
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‘Media should disseminate preventive steps for diseases’ 28.8.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Media should disseminate preventive steps for diseases’
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RMC sleeps as malaria outbreak threatens Raipur 28.8.2014 TOI: All Headlines
RMC sleeps as malaria outbreak threatens Raipur
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Four Cases of Chikungunya Confirmed 28.8.2014 newindianexpress.com
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Diseases weakening Andhra Pradesh, Telangana 28.8.2014 TOI: Hyderabad Times
Topping the list is pulmonary tuberculosis (TB), with undivided AP found to be the third most affected state in the country recording 5,347 deaths after Uttar Pradesh's 8,467 and Maharashtra's 7,674 deaths in ...
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India to get animal resource facility 26.8.2014 Asian Age: India
In a major boost for Pharma industry, scientists and medical universities, India is all set to have its first ever National Animal Resource facility for biomedical research which will have animals of defined quality that will help obtain reliable results for vaccine development. At present there is no such facility in the country, forcing pharma giants to conduct research in other countries, which is very expensive. The new breeding facility to be set up in Andhra Pradesh (AP) is expected to have primates, beagle dogs and other large animals which are as of now not available in India. The department of health research under the Union health ministry has already been allocated 100 acres of land in Andhra Pradesh for the novel laboratory, which according to experts will pave way for development of more efficient prophylactic vaccines and curative drugs for diseases like AIDS, Malaria, Hepatitis-C etc. “Medical development will continue to depend on laboratory animal research. Keeping in view the threat ...
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India to get animal resource facility 26.8.2014 Asian Age: India
In a major boost for Pharma industry, scientists and medical universities, India is all set to have its first ever National Animal Resource facility for biomedical research which will have animals of defined quality that will help obtain reliable results for vaccine development. At present there is no such facility in the country, forcing pharma giants to conduct research in other countries, which is very expensive. The new breeding facility to be set up in Andhra Pradesh (AP) is expected to have primates, beagle dogs and other large animals which are as of now not available in India. The department of health research under the Union health ministry has already been allocated 100 acres of land in Andhra Pradesh for the novel laboratory, which according to experts will pave way for development of more efficient prophylactic vaccines and curative drugs for diseases like AIDS, Malaria, Hepatitis-C etc. “Medical development will continue to depend on laboratory animal research. Keeping in view the threat ...
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India to have indigenous genetically engineered mosquitoes 23.8.2014 TOI: All Headlines
India to have indigenous genetically engineered mosquitoes
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