If the Union health ministry fails to procure fresh stocks of vaccines in a couple of months it could possibly fail to supply the states with fresh quota.
Sending alarm bells ringing, India is likely to face a huge shortage of vaccines.
While the drug was approved in India in 1998, the FDC of Flupenthixol + Melitracen is not marketed in major developed nations like the US, Britain, Ireland, Canada, Japan and Australia
Experts have blamed limited governmental participation for apathy of the public healthcare sector
In a startling revelation, an analysis for the Global burden of Diseases has suggested that estimates of the number of people living with HIV are 18·7 per cent smaller than UNAIDS’s estimates in 2012.
Control of the HIV pandemic will not be achieved without radical improvement in support for sex workers, a study has revealed.
While the government is planning big to provide affordable healthcare to all, its existing scheme for the Central Government Health Scheme (CGHS) beneficiaries has run into trouble.
The Competition Commission of India has pulled up the Union health ministry, accusing it of “limiting the competition to multi-nationals” after the ministry recently changed the criteria of buying me
HIV-positive adults in high income countries face a substantially reduced risk of death from AIDS-related causes, cardiovascular disease, and liver disease compared with a decade ago, a large internat
One third of the extreme poor global population resides in India, a latest UN report has suggested.