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News on Health 4th Feb 2023 ardorcomm Karkinos and IIT Bombay collaborate to fight cancer using next-generation omics technology

Karkinos and IIT Bombay collaborate to fight cancer using next-generation omics technology

Karkinos Healthcare and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay collaborate to bring together the expertise of more than 100 medical professionals and academics in order to enhance cancer treatment. Through this partnership, industry and academic expertise will be combined to develop next-generation omics technologies to fight cancer. A project has been started on brain …

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News on Health 2nd Feb 2023 ardorcomm Govt to provide sickle cell anaemia status cards to tribals below 40

Govt to provide sickle cell anaemia status cards to tribals below 40

Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said on Wednesday that tribals under the age of 40 will be given cards stating their sickle cell anaemia status and pre-marital counselling regarding the risk of their child to get the disease if they marry another person who has the disease. After the presenting of the Union Budget, Mandaviya declared …

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News on Health 27th Jan 2023 ardorcomm Health minister Mandaviya launches the nasal Covid vaccination from Bharat Biotech

Health minister Mandaviya launches the nasal Covid vaccination from Bharat Biotech

On the occasion of Republic Day on Thursday, Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya and Science and Technology Minister Jitendra Singh introduced the nasal Covid vaccine, iNCOVACC, from Bharat Biotech. At Mandaviya’s residence, the first intranasal vaccine produced in India was introduced to the world. The Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) has approved the nasal …

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News on Health 24th Jan 2023 ardorcomm WHO seeks $2.5 billion for health emergency responses in 2023

WHO seeks $2.5 billion for health emergency responses in 2023

In an appeal made on Monday, the World Health Organization requested $2.54 billion for its operations in 2023 to assist millions of people throughout the world who are experiencing medical emergencies. According to the UN health agency, there are currently an unprecedented number of interlinked health emergencies that require attention. It referred to the brutal …

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News on Health 19th Jan 2023 ardorcomm Cipla develops a point of care testing device “Cippoint”

Cipla develops a point of care testing device “Cippoint”

Cipla has introduced Cippoint, a point-of-care testing device in Mumbai. It offers testing for things like coagulation markers, thyroid function, metabolic markers, diabetes, infectious diseases, and cardiac markers. The device has CE IVD approval. According to the company, this indicates that it has received approval from the European In-Vitro Diagnostic Device Directive, ensuring accurate testing procedures. …

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News on Health 17th Jan 2023 ardorcomm Over 10 crore health records are digitally linked to the Ayushman Bharat Health Account

Over 10 crore health records are digitally linked to the Ayushman Bharat Health Account

Under the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM), over 10 crore health records have been digitally linked to the Ayushman Bharat Health Account, a move that helps people compile a thorough medical history across various healthcare providers. So far, more over 30 crore people have created their own Ayushman Bharat Health Accounts (ABHA). Digitally linking their …

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News on Health 10th Jan 2023 ardorcomm Health Minister Mandaviya wants the diaspora to raise awareness of the traditional medical system

Health Minister Mandaviya wants the diaspora to raise awareness of the traditional medical system

Mansukh Mandaviya, the union minister for health, chemicals, and fertilisers, stated on Monday that members of the Indian diaspora may educate people in other nations about India’s traditional medical system, yoga, homoeopathy, naturopathy, and trained health workers. The minister said that efforts are being made in the health sector to ensure that everyone has access …

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News on Health 7th Jan 2023 ardorcomm India’s pharma industry expands by 8% in ’22, driven primarily by price hikes

India’s pharma industry expands by 8% in ’22, driven primarily by price hikes

According to market research firm AWACS, the Indian pharmaceutical market (IPM) expanded by 8% annually to 1.8 lakh crore in 2022, primarily due to price rises even as volumes held steady. A low base and the large volume offtake of Covid-19 and associated drugs such anti-infectives, vitamins, and medications for gastrointestinal and respiratory issues, pain, …

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News on Health 3rd Jan 2023 ardorcomm Ayush aims to open new avenues with ‘SMART’ initiative for quality research in Ayurveda

Ayush aims to open new avenues with ‘SMART’ initiative for quality research in Ayurveda

Under the auspices of the Ministry of Ayush, the National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM) and Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences (CCRAS) established the “SMART” initiative to mainstream ayurvedic research among teaching professionals. The programme utilises ayurvedic colleges and hospitals to advance scientific research in healthcare-related fields. In the presence of …

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News on Health 28th Dec 2022 ardorcomm Delhi government grants hospitals Rs. 104 crores to procure general medications in response to a new Covid scare

Delhi government grants hospitals Rs. 104 crores to procure general medications in response to a new Covid scare

The Delhi government authorised a budget of Rs 104 crore on Monday for hospitals to purchase generic medicines as part of emergency plans in response to a rise in cases of Covid in several nations. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia gave the heads of government hospitals instructions to share information with the Health department by …

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