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Apollo Hospitals to heal Bahrain

India’s Apollo Hospitals is exploring partnership opportunities in the super-specialty sector of the healthcare industry in Bahrain. According to the company’s executive Vice-Chairperson Shobana Kamineni, “Bahrain has world-class quality of healthcare. However, there are medical disciplines where Apollo has proven expertise in innovative therapies and that is where we feel we can collaborate.”

Bosch India Invention - The Fundas of its Fundus Camera


he camera never lies. And so does the hand-held Fundus Camera, invented for the eye, by Bosch India. The Bangalore based Bosch India, a key player in technology and services is eyeing, eye-care solutions as part of its grand foray into the technology enabled health sector.

New health policy to address health issues of young modern women


Reducing maternal mortality, improving nutritional levels of women from less-privileged backgrounds and reinforcing mother-and-child development programmes are areas of prime focus. - Dr Harsh Vardhan, Union Health Minister

Cipla products to hit US next year

The first set of Cipla products would hit the United States market in the calendar year 2015. The company was in the process of building its own team there. The company’s new ventures strategy would address unmet needs. A 10-year portfolio strategy has been drawn-up, he added. - Subhanu Saxena (Cipla Managing Director and Global Chief Executive)

MoU Signed between National Cancer Institute, AIIMS, Jhajjar Campus and DBT, GOI

A Memorandum of Understanding for furtherance of Cancer Research taking into cognizance that cancer disease burden is fast reaching pandemic proportion in India. DBT, GOI funds research using modern tools of biology and AIIMS is a tertiary-care hospital cum research centre. Both recognize the importance of collaborative & complimentary research so as to bring about an improvement in public awareness on likely causes of cancer.

New Novartis heart failure drug cuts risk by a fifth

There has been little progress for more than a decade in treating chronic heart failure, in which the heart fails to pump enough blood around the body, so there is excitement about the new medicine among both doctors and investors.

Vast possibilities in India-Australia health care cooperation

The existing Australia-India Trauma Systems Collaboration (AITSC) aims to reduce the burden of injury in both countries through development and piloting of improved systems of care. - Tony Abbott, Prime Minister of Australia

Will Pfizer return to bid for AstraZeneca ?

While British takeover rules mean deal talks could be back on the cards as early as Aug. 26, following the ending of the first of a two-stage cooling-off period, many investors and analysts see the year-end as a more likely time for any return.

Medical technology needs SME focus

The medical technology industry, which includes medical devices and diagnostics, has the potential to touch the $50 billion mark by 2025.

Venus Remedies gets Swiss nod to market oncology drug

The Panchkula—based company plans to launch the drug early next quarter and the product will be launched in Switzerland by Swiss Pharma GmbH, with which Venus has a marketing tie—up

Mangalore, Udupi have most malaria cases in Karnataka

Nearly 70 per cent of these malaria cases are reported from construction sites in the region.

Wanted Health Sainiks to achieve 100% immunization

Today we are poised to replicate India’s success with polio eradication which was brought about by the unrequited and unpaid labour of thousands of people

“We want to offer easily accessible medical technologies in India”

We have come together so that we can contribute to society in all forms of medical reforms: either by delivering accessible technologies or medicines.

New facility at NIMHANS Bangalore

Karnataka’s success with health indicators a lesson for northern states

‘Venture Capital in Healthcare is Growing’

The size of the Indian healthcare imaging market was around Rs.20 billion and it was growing in double digits. The Indian healthcare services sector is booming with corporate hospitals expanding their network to tier II-III cities.


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