7000 people and hundreds of organizations have already signed on to a vaccine equity declaration

At the halfway point in the World Health Organization and Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus’ 100-day challenge, a movement of people and organizations is now uniting together under the banner of vaccine equity.

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Training opportunities available in acute medicine, General Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine, Respiratory Medicine & Gastroenterology

LONDON: The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has announced details of its Medical Training Initiative which enables medical graduates from all over the world to train in the UK for up to 24 months. The whole process is as such. 

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Medical Teaching Institutions Reforms Act 2015 fails to achieve desired results in KPK

PESHAWAR: The Medical Teaching Institutions Reforms Act 2015 promulgated by the Government in Khyber PK to initiate reforms process in health sector has so far failed to achieve the desired results.

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Many countries have followed it successfully to suppress transmission, protect the vulnerable and save lives

Just over a year ago, WHO launched its first Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan for the COVID-19 pandemic? The SPRP outlined the comprehensive response needed and which many countries have followed successfully to suppress transmission,

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Pakistan approves Chinese donated Sinopharm CNBG’s COVID19 Vaccine for front line workers

The Corona epidemic shook the world last year so far it has infected and killed millions of people all over the world which includes a large number of healthcare professionals as well who were looking after these patients. With the availability of vaccine and its approval by various regulatory bodies,

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G7 leaders commit US$ 4.3 billion to finance global equitable access to tests, treatments and vaccines in 2021

GENEVA: Commitments made at Virtual G7 leaders meeting hosted by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on February 19th 2021 and at the Munich Security Conference later in the day, signaled significant progress in the global response to the COVID-19

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Acid reflux disease may increase risk of cancers of the Larynx and Esophagus

Results from a large prospective study indicate that gastro esophageal reflux disease (GERD), which also causes heartburn symptoms, is linked with higher risks of various cancers of the larynx (or voice box) and esophagus.

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Researchers discover promising biomarkers to diagnose mild traumatic brain injury

Certain plasma microRNAs could serve as diagnostic biomarkers in mild traumatic brain injury, a new study from the University of Eastern Finland shows. The biomarkers were discovered in an animal model and they were successfully used also to diagnose mild traumatic brain injury in a subgroup of patients.

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WHO lists 2 additional COVID-19 vaccines for emergency use and COVAX roll-out

Geneva, 15 February 2021 – The World Health Organization (WHO) today listed two versions of the AstraZeneca/Oxford COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use, giving the green light for these vaccines to be rolled out globally through COVAX.

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China to continue to lead APAC interventional cardiology devices market through 2025

China is the largest market for interventional cardiology devices in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region in 2020 and is expected to remain the same through 2025, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

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Vaccines are vital not only for saving lives, but also for preventing the long-term effects of COVID-19

As you know, the independent expert team to study the origins of the COVID-19 virus has completed its trip to China. This was an international team comprising experts from Australia, Denmark, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, Qatar,

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People with and without Alzheimer’s have a different threshold for elective revascularization, but outcomes are similar

The risk of both mortality and re-hospitalization after an elective re-vascularization procedure for coronary artery disease is similar for people with and without Alzheimer’s disease (AD), but people with AD had worse outcomes after an emergency procedure,

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Cloudy eyes caused by protein imbalance

Cataracts are the most common eye ailment in humans. However, the exact processes leading to this condition are not fully understood. A team of researchers headed by the Technical University of Munich

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