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Dabur given go ahead to market birth defect causing drug
Indian company gets green light to market umbilical cord blood, which contains stem cells
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the recent eu directives, which aim to monitor the quality of traditional herbal medicines entering the European market, have sparked off a lively debate in India. One school of thought fears the
Medicines are for the rich, not for fighting tropical diseases afflicting millions in developing nations. Pharmaceutical companies seem to have but one agenda: greater profits
What exactly is this US patent on the cow urine antibiotic combination?
Will the inclusion of Hepatitis B vaccination in the Universal Immunisation Programme help?
Hepatitis B is a communicable disease with a high strike rate the germ: "The Hepatitis B virus kills 20 out of every 100 infected people each day. This works out to 400 times the people who die
She put the rights of the tribe she was studying above her research. In 1997, ethnobotanist Kelly Bannister found that Skeetchestn, a tribe near British Columbia in Western Canada, wanted some more
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