ICMR to set up a molecular diagnostic unit for fungi at AIIMS, Bhubaneswar
An amount of Rs 2.5 crore is being sanctioned by the Indian Council of Medical Research for setting up the unit.
Indian ship with 100 tonnes of medical oxygen reaches Sri Lanka
Indian naval ship Shakti carrying 100 tonnes of medical oxygen, reached Sri Lanka.
RTI launches Project H.E.A.L to improve medical infrastructure
Pilot projects under H.E.A.L worth Rs. 55 crore in partnership with corporates has started across the country.
Country's first DM, endocrinology, PGI HoD passes away
Prof R J Dash, India’s first DM in endocrinology and a former head of the department of endocrinology in PGI, died in Odisha.
Sugars from human body milk could help prevent infections in newborns: Study
Researchers have found that human milk oligosaccharides (HMOs)- short strings of sugar molecules present in breast milk- can help prevent GBS infections in human body cells and tissues.
India’s only tissue bank operating seamlessly
Institute of Tissue Banking and Biomaterial Research provides its services to patients at very reasonable prices and sometimes even free to economically weaker sections of society.
Makeshift hospitals and lockdown: How Delhi is preparing for third Covid Wave
Delhi’s Health Minister has said that all-important measures are being taken and medical infrastructure is being ramped up to unprecedented levels with over 37000 Covid dedicated beds being built for the battle against the likely third Covid wave.