Many of the world's top drugmakers are not doing enough to provide medicines to poor countries, leaving big gaps in access to treatments in crucial disease areas, including cancer, according to a n
The Access to Medicine Index finds that a handful of pharmaceutical companies are developing the bulk of urgently needed new medicines for the poor.
From September 1, only Karnataka Antibiotics & Pharmaceuticals, a public sector entity, would be permitted to manufacture and distribute Oxytocin.
Chinese authorities have ordered a company in the northeastern province of Jilin to halt production of a vaccine after it was recalled last week, amid an ongoing probe into fraudulent business prac
Drug major Sun Pharmaceutical Industries today said it has received approval from the US health regulator for its INFUGEM injection used for treatment of cancer.
HYDERABAD: The Telangana government has failed to implement National Green Tribunal (NGT) order to undertake a scientific study on effects of pollution on residents in and around Hyderabad pharma c
About 55 million Indians were pushed into poverty in a single year because of having to fund their own healthcare and 38 million of them fell below the poverty line due to spending on medicines alo
Antibiotic supply chains are on the brink of collapse, cautions The Netherlands-based Access to Medicine Foundation (AMF), as the world grapples with the peculiar problem of ‘excess and access’ whe
NGT seeks stand on plea against them over waste release.
More than 28 lakh cases of TB are reported every year in the country. Only 14 lakh patients are listed by government hospitals.
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