Lack of adequate systems and infrastructure for prevention and control in many healthcare facilities in India is leading to hospital-associated infections and spread of drugs resistant bacteria putting millions at risk, the Union government has admitted in a study published in British Medical Journal (BMJ).
China and India are slowly becoming mirror images of each other in some ways. Having covered the political and economic aspects of convergence, it’s time to turn our attention to the social factors.China and India are both young nations that are trying to discover and connect to their glorious past. (more…)
Cancer can have extreme social, emotional and economic consequences for patients and caregivers across the globe. In India specifically, the treatment of cancer is characterized by late detection and limited interventions due to lack of affordability, availability and accessibility of medicines, which leads to high rates of mortality. (more…)