In Maharashtra, at least 8.86 lakh people have been screened for H1N1 virus from January to April 21.
A 30-year-old woman from Agripada and a 65-year-old diabetic woman from Mazgaon died in the month of March due to swine flu, as per the records presented by the death audit committee meeting held i
People who recently had surgery, live in nursing homes, or who have breathing tubes, feeding tubes or central venous catheters are especially at a higher risk, said Dr KK Aggarwal, former IMA presi
Metropolitan cities such as Mumbai have the maximum share of drug-resistant TB cases, according to the Central TB Division’s India TB Report 2018.
12 cases reported this month
The State TB Cell officials are mulling signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the postal department to transport sputum samples from Primary Health Centres to Cartridge Based Nucleic Aci
BMC’s health workers visited households across 24 wards
The number of cases treated too has increased to 1,236 patients, who are being treated across the state.
Experts will convene for an emergency meeting on Friday to determine whether the recent escalation of Ebola cases in the Democratic Republic of the Congo should be declared a global health crisis.
Mumbai: In good news for tuberculosis patients, drug major Johnson & Johnson is providing India with a fresh grant of 10,000 courses of the life-saving drug bedaquiline, free of cost this year.
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