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TB cases fly under the radar in Pune

In Pune, there are 6,771 registered healthcare facilities. A mere 38 of them report cases of tuberculosis (TB). The health department of the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) reported the shocking finding in its latest report, covering hospitals, private establishments, healthcare clinics, chemists, nursing homes, and diagnostic centres according to The Times of India (ToI). This […]

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World Malaria Day: Warangal weaponises sanitation

In Warangal, an initiative is underway to use better sanitation to curb the spread of malaria. On World Malaria Day, it is important to appraise such initiatives and look towards further solutions to build upon the progress made against the disease. Much of the conversation about sanitation tends to focus on the Government’s Swachh Bharat

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Disease elimination and the dangers of resurgence

Eliminating a disease is undoubtedly a positive achievement, typically signalling that a country is one step closer towards ridding itself of said disease entirely. However, this news brings with it the dangers of policymakers and populations becoming complacent – allowing for a potential resurgence. The qualification for the classification of elimination is a reduction of

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Sarcoma Awareness Month: What you need to know

This article was originally published on The News Minute and has been republished with permission.  By Nimeshika Jayachandran Dr Deepti Rajkumar dreaded doing rounds that day, in particular she was apprehensive of seeing the young girl at the far end of the hospital ward and even put off seeing her until the last possible second,

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