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Earlier this month, a two-day international forum was organized by Consumer Online Foundation and Patient Safety and Access Initiative of India Foundation along with Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Department of Consumer Affairs, Government of India, over the rising issues of illegal and unregulated online pharmacy in India. Read more in this issue under PSM-India Capsules.
Quack, nurses arrested for running a full-fledged hospital in Alwar, Telangana Government launches 'ANMOL' to enable patient data digitally, Woman gives birth to baby girl with heart beating outside her body and World Health Organization names 12 superbugs; most are present in India, Indian scientists can make technology cheaper for breast cancer detection and 70% needy patients in India can't manage to receive dialysis-a life-saving therapy mainly due to non-availability or unaffordability are some major articles to watch out in National and Pharma Injections.
US President Donald Trump's sexual and reproductive health policy changes may threaten women's wellbeing across the world, Pollution kills 1.7 Million children each year, Girls who start menstruating at a younger age are 50 percent more likely to develop gestational diabetes are some of the notable articles from Global Injection.
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