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Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Monday, February 13, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Monday, February 13, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Monday, February 13, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

Lancet trains a critical eye on India’s health spending – Daily News & Analysis

Posted: Monday, February 13, 2017

Peer-reviewed UK medical journal The Lancet — in an analysis of India’s annual budget — has questioned why healthcare for all citizens is not a priority for the state and the central governments. In an article titled ‘Accounting for the future of health in India’, the journal said that different government agencies in the country need to collaborate to deal with challenges in its healthcare system. “In India, the challenge…

‘Litchi disease’ report: Lancet makes amends after failing to give ‘credit’ – The Hindu

Posted: Friday, February 10, 2017

In response to the article carried in The Hindu on February 3 about Dr. Jacob John raising ethics issues about the way the authors of the Lancet Global Health paper had failed to properly acknowledge his team’s work on the Muzaffarpur mystery disease, the journal has got in touch with Dr. Mukul Das, one of the authors of the Current Science papers, for more details. Dr. John, Dr. Das and…

New ultra-low dose pill 100% effective in lowering BP: Lancet – Business Standard

Posted: Friday, February 10, 2017

A new ultra-low dose four-in-one pill that is 100 per cent effective in lowering high blood pressure has been developed by Australian researchers. Hypertension or high blood pressure — which affects around 1.1 billion people worldwide — is one of the major risk factors for heart attack, stroke, dementia and kidney disease. Researchers from the University of Sydney in Australia, prescribed a quadpill — a single capsule containing…

New ultra-low dose pill 100% effective in lowering BP: Lancet – Daijiworld.com

Posted: Friday, February 10, 2017

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‘Litchi disease’ report: Lancet makes amends after failing to give ‘credit’ – The Hindu

Posted: Friday, February 10, 2017

In response to the article carried in The Hindu on February 3 about Dr. Jacob John raising ethics issues about the way the authors of the Lancet Global Health paper had failed to properly acknowledge his team’s work on the Muzaffarpur mystery disease, the journal has got in touch with Dr. Mukul Das, one of the authors of the Current Science papers, for more details. Dr. John, Dr. Das and…

‘Litchi disease’ report: Lancet makes amends after failing to give ‘credit’ – The Hindu

Posted: Friday, February 10, 2017

In response to the article carried in The Hindu on February 3 about Dr. Jacob John raising ethics issues about the way the authors of the Lancet Global Health paper had failed to properly acknowledge his team’s work on the Muzaffarpur mystery disease, the journal has got in touch with Dr. Mukul Das, one of the authors of the Current Science papers, for more details. Dr. John, Dr. Das and…

‘Litchi disease’ report: Lancet makes amends after failing to give ‘credit’ – The Hindu

Posted: Thursday, February 09, 2017

In response to the article carried in The Hindu on February 3 about Dr. Jacob John raising ethics issues about the way the authors of the Lancet Global Health paper had failed to properly acknowledge his team’s work on the Muzaffarpur mystery disease, the journal has got in touch with Dr. Mukul Das, one of the authors of the Current Science papers, for more details. Dr. John, Dr. Das and…