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Chandigarh: The Punjab State Medical & Dental Teachers Association has demanded immediate resignation of Dr K K Talwar, Health and Medical Education Advisor to Former Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, for misguiding the previous government on various issues related to medical education and medical faculty working in the state-run government medical and dental colleges.
Noida: Jaypee Hospital, a multi super specialty hospital in Noida, created two green corridors to give a new life to six people. A heart, liver, two corneas and both kidneys were donated by a brain dead patient admitted in the hospital.
Doctors’ overseas trips financed by pharma companies cannot be accepted as legal, says Income Tax Tribunal
“The payment of overseas trips of doctors and their spouses for entertainment, by the pharma company, in lieu of expectation of getting patient referrals from doctors for its products so as to generate more business and profits, by any stretch of imagination cannot be accepted as legal.”
New Delhi: In a fortuitous series of events, doctors in two Delhi hospitals were able to save the lives of three people on Thursday following a laudable act of organ donation by the family of a 17-year-old accident victim.
New Delhi: With vanity high on the list of discretionary spending, even majority of middle class people in India today are accepting cosmetic plastic surgery as a valid scientific means of improving appearance, shows a survey.
New Delhi: With dengue claiming three more lives on Thursday, the dengue toll in the national capital has risen to 21 on Friday. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain earlier announced that a total of 11 people have died of dengue in the city.
New Delhi: Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Tuesday ordered a magisterial inquiry into the alleged refusal by some private hospitals in the national capital to admit a seven-year-old boy suffering from dengue.
New Delhi: The dengue report released by three municipal corporations of Delhi on Monday said there have been five deaths due to the mosquito-borne disease in the capital so far.
Kabul: India has decided to grant $5 million to the Afghan Red Crescent Society (ARCS) for the treatment of Afghan children suffering from congenital heart disease, the Indian embassy said here on Monday.