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Indian Couple Refuse Newborn Girl, DNA Tests Call their Bluff
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Indian Couple Refuse Newborn Girl, DNA Tests Call their Bluff

DEHRADUN:More than a month after a couple in Uttarakhand refused to accept a newborn girl as their own, insisting that a boy was born to them, DNA tests ended the suspense proving beyond doubt that the baby belongs to them only.The baby was living with her biological parents…

12th India Med Expo 2019 at Bengaluru, India
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12th India Med Expo 2019 at Bengaluru, India

India Med Expo 2019 Bengaluru,s India’s No. 1 Trade Fair for hospitals, health care centers and clinics, will be held at Manpho Convention Center, Manyata Tech Park Road,  Bengaluru from June 28-20, 2019.It provides best opportunities to cover the enormous Indian healthcare…

Roche Launches new Therapy Emicizumab for People with Hemophilia A
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Roche Launches new Therapy Emicizumab for People with Hemophilia A

MUMBAI:Roche announced that Emicizumab (Hemlibra®) has been approved in India for Hemophilia A with factor VIII  Inhibitors. It is indicated as a prophylactic(preventive) treatment to prevent or reduce the frequency of bleeding episodes.Hemlibra is the first weekly subcutaneous…

Skipping Breakfast may Increase Death Risk
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Skipping Breakfast may Increase Death Risk

BRASILIA:Do you skip your morning meal and eat dinner late at night? If so, it may increase the risk of death and other heart-related problems, researchers have warned.The findings, published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, suggest that people with such an…

Florida International Medical Expo from June 26-28, 2019
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Florida International Medical Expo from June 26-28, 2019

The 29th Florida International Medical Expo (FIME), the leading business healthcare platform across the Americas, will be held in Miami Beach Convention Centre, Miami Beach, Florida, USA from June 26-28, 2019.For 28 years, FIME has brought new and refurbished medical equipment,…

UK Experts Join Indian Medics to Counter Surgical Infection Threat
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UK Experts Join Indian Medics to Counter Surgical Infection Threat

LONDON:Experts from the University of Birmingham have tied up with medical professionals in India to set up an innovative research centre that will help improve care for surgical patients.A team from the university's joint research team, involving the UK's National Institute…

India’s Travel Spend to Grow to $136 bn by 2021
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India’s Travel Spend to Grow to $136 bn by 2021

NEW DELHI:The travel spend in India is expected to grow at 13 per cent to a total of $136 billion by 2021, said a new report by Bain & Company and Google India..According to the "How Does India Travel" report, the Indian traveller spent around $94 billion in 2018 on around 2…

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