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December 24, 2003

British Medical Association said racism is evident in access to medical training and careers, and is seen as "acceptable ...
April 8, 2003

The fomer royal of Jaipur has offered to pay the medical expenses of an Iraqi boy who lost his arms in a missile strike.
June 13, 2003

The Environment Ministry today unveiled a vision statement on environmental health which takes into account the adverse ...
July 1, 2003

The US Medical Association has endorsed cloning for research, saying it is medically ethical but allowing doctors who op ...
May 3, 2003

A patient admitted to Jaipur Hospital with suspected SARS symptoms was discharged after his medical tests proved negativ ...
April 9, 2003

A Muslim group here has collected medicines worth Rs 700,000 and put together a five-member medical team to be sent to I ...
May 2, 2003

A Vaishno Devi pilgrim with symptoms of SARS was admitted in the Government Medical College Hospital in Jammu on Thursda ...
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October 20, 2003

A medical board formed to treat Sourav Ganguly has decided to continue dressing the wound as the infection still persist ...
January 3, 2004

Well-known urologist of Indian-origin Navin Shah has been appointed president of the medical staff at Doctors Community ...
November 17, 2003

''His injury is healing fast. From the medical point of view he is fit to play,'' attending doctor Mrinmoy Nandy said.
June 29, 2004

In November last year the rape of a Maulana Azad Medical College student in broad daylight focused attention on how unsa ...
January 11, 2004

An NRI complained of health problems diagnosed as "food poisoning" in the middle of a special session and had to be give ...
January 11, 2004

An NRI complained of health problems diagnosed as "food poisoning" in the middle of a special session and had to be give ...
February 22, 2004

Set during the war years (WWII), this is the story of a medical student involved in Resistance, forced to stay in seclus ...
April 20, 2004

Medical practitioners in Mumbai are disposing of medical waste in municipal bins without disinfecting or treating it.
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