With news of 53,000 babies fighting renal failure in Chinese hospitals stunning the world, and authorities in countries such as Singapore, Philippines and Japan withdrawing Chinese milk products from stores, global consumer trust in products from China and, by extension all developing countries, has hit an all-time low.

Chronic renal failure (CRF), in the main agricultural region under reservoir based cascade irrigation in Sri Lanka has reached crisis proportion. Over 5,000 patients in the region are under treatment for CRF. The objective of this study is to establish the etiology of the CRF.

40,000 die of kidney failure every year in country Kidney Foundation Lottery begins today Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha . Dhaka Around 40,000 people die of kidney failure each year in the country as about 95 per cent people cannot afford kidney treatment due to high cost, speakers said at a press conference on Thursday. Number of kidney patients across the world was increasing gradually and nearly 1.80 crore people were affected by chronic kidney disease in the country, said Dr Harun-Ur-Rashid, president of Kidney Foundation, at the press conference held at Dhaka Club.

It is a grim dilemma: spend years more on a kidney transplant waiting list, and possibly die before you ever reach the top, or accept a diseased organ that has been patched up.

On February 9, an Air India flight brought from Kathmandu to Delhi one of India’s most wantedÀ Amit Kumar alias Santosh Raut. From his non-descript nursing home in Gurgaon, Haryana, Kumar allegedly ran a multi-crore rupee business duping

Philippines recently ordered Novartis to pull out its anti-arthritis painkiller from the country. It is feared that the drug lumiracoxib, also sold as prexige, causes liver damage. The Bureau of Food

Accidental poisoning is common in children. Potassium bromate is a commonly used additive and raising agent in many edibles particularly break, a staple food worldwide, yet its accidental poisoning has hitherto, not been documented in Nigeria.

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