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Friday, May 24, 2013
Medical negligence: Escorts to pay Rs 50,000
The apex consumer court has slapped a Rs 50,000 penalty on the Delhi-based Fortis Escorts Heart Inst...
Child dies after being given Hepatitis B vaccine
One more child died due to suspected complications following administering of Hepatitis B vaccine , ...
Hepatitis...It`s closer than you think
WHD is an annual event that grants special focus on people living with Hepatitis B,C.
Scientists a step closer to Hepatitis C vaccine
Currently, there is no human vaccine for Hepatitis C, which kills almost 350,000 people worldwide ea...
Hepatitis B is 100 times more infectious than HIV
Salome Phelamei of Zeenews.com, spoke to Dr Jai Babu about Hepatitis.
Fancy a tattoo? Beware of Hepatitis virus
Getting yourself inked can expose you to the dangerous hepatitis B or C virus and even HIV, warn doc...
`10 million illegal drug users have hepatitis C`
Some 10 million people who inject illegal drugs have hepatitis C while 1.2 million have hepatitis B.
Viral hepatitis a silent killer: WHO
The World Health Organisation Wednesday said that viral hepatitis kills more people than any other c...
`40 million infected with Hepatitis B in India`
Around 40 mn people in India are infected with Hepatitis B and the risk of its transmission is hundr...
Patients given infected blood in Punjab
Around 30 thalassaemic patients have been administered Hepatitis C-infected blood in various cities ...
Five hepatitis cases during school health prog
Five students of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya (VKV) at Wessang in East Kameng district of Arunacha...
Mortality higher among hepatitis C-infected
Compared to individuals without hepatitis C, patients with chronic hepatitis C infection had more th...
3 or more cups of coffee a day doubles hepatitis C treatment response
A new study has found that advanced hepatitis C patients with chronic liver disease may benefit from...
US regulators approve new Hepatitis C drug
US regulators approved the first new treatment for Hepatitis C in more than a decade.
Without mass vaccination, India vulnerable to Hepatitis
India is very vulnerable to Hepatitis as it is yet to initiate a mass vaccination programme.
Repeated painkiller use linked to hepatitis
Painkillers commonly used in hospitals and ambulances may be causing hepatitis.
Soon a vaccine for viral hepatitis C
Early data from phase I trials of an HCV vaccine show encouraging results.
Drug cocktail shows promise against Hepatitis C
Researchers has suggested that a three-drug cocktail can eliminate the Hepatitis C virus.
New hope for hepatitis C, an often hidden disease
Two powerful drugs are nearing the market that promise to help cure many more people of liver-attack...
90% of Delhiites not vaccinated against Hepatitis B
90% of Delhiites not yet vaccinated against Hepatitis B, says Delhi Health Minister Kiran Walia.
650,000 to get Hepatitis B vaccine in Tripura by 2011
As many as 650,000 people in Tripura will be vaccinated against Hepatitis B by March next year, says...
Hepatitis B virus may be over 19-mn-year-old
Biologists found fragments of the modern Hepatitis B virus inside the genomes of songbirds.
Chinese vaccine shields against hepatitis E - Lancet
A prototype vaccine devised and tested in China has proven 100-percent effective in preventing hepat...
Tattooing linked to higher hepatitis C risk
Individuals with multiple tattoos are at higher risk of contracting hepatitis C.
`Hepatitis on rise in India due to ignorance`
World Hepatitis Day was observed in Delhi Friday with doctors stating that lack of awareness was the...
Success of hepatitis C treatment may depend on genetic variant
Scientists have found that a small genetic change can help predict how people infected with hepatiti...
Acupuncture ‘can spread HIV, hepatitis B and C’
Acupuncture treatment may lead to transmission of bacterial infections, hepatitis B and C, and even ...
Best treatment regimen for Hepatitis C
Two new studies have led to the discovery of what researchers call the ‘best’ treatment regimen for ...
Hepatitis treatment of Raju yet to begin
The Hepatitis-C treatment of former chairman of Satyam Computers B Ramalinga Raju, who is in judic...
Hepatitis C drug fights virus in new way
A drug that targets hepatitis C in an entirely new way was highly effective at suppressing the virus...
Hepatitis B targets men more viciously than women
The Hepatitis B virus (HBV) targets men more readily than women, triggering serious complications li...
UK`s hepatitis C campaign targets South Asians
Britain`s Department of Health has launched a website as part of its national hepatitis C awareness ...
Coffee good for chronic hepatitis C patients
Patients of chronic hepatitis C, who drink three or more cups of coffee daily, have a 53 percent low...
Hepatitis C therapy impairs sexual function in men
A new study has revealed that sexual impairment is common among men with chronic hepatitis C undergo...
Protein key to Hepatitis C virus replication identified
Experts at Heidelberg University Hospital in Germany say that they have identified a protein in infe...
Blueberry can help protect against hepatitis C infections
Blueberry leaves might offer protection against hepatitis C virus infections, according to researche...
Hepatitis C case found at 2nd Colorado hospital
A Hepatitis C patient has been found at a 2nd Colorado hospital that employed a surgery technician a...
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