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  » Agustus
    » Novogen Announces The Outcome Of A Comprehensive Science Review
    » MicuRX Reports Positive Top-Line Results In Phase 2 Clinical Trial For Novel Antibiotic MRX-I In Complicated Skin And Soft Tissue Infections
    » DaVita to Form Kidney Care Specialty Hospital Chain in China
    » AMRI Announces Agreement with Saneca Pharmaceuticals, a.s. for Portfolio of Opium-Derived Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients
    » To Raise or not to Raise Health Insurance Premiums
    » Children Plead for Protection from Tobacco
    » Philips Showcases New Integrated Cardiology Solutions to Advance Minimally Invasive Procedures at ESC Congress 2015
    » DELHI DECLARATION Adopted at the Call to Action Summit 2015 to End Preventable Child and Maternal Deaths
    » Greater Jakarta: More Markets to Het Healthcare Facilities
    » Blood Test could Predict Breast Cancer's Return: Study
    » What BPJS Can Do to Comply with Sharia
    » Global Life Expectancy Rises, But People Live Sicker for Longer
    » Gene Study Confirms Low Vitamin D, Multiple Sclerosis Link
    » Rain Check on ASEAN Negative Investment List
    » Malaysia's Bioalpha to Open Herbal Plant in Riau
    » WHO Promotes Water, Sanitation to Battle Neglected Tropical Diseases
    » Indonesia Has Lost $7b From Non-Communicable Diseases: Health Ministry
    » JKN has Positive Ompacts on Economy
    » Anteo Diagnostics To Acquire Established Global Diagnostics Company DIAsource ImmunoAssays SA
    » 'Touch Your Heart, Donate for Love' 3rd Anniversary: Power of Youth Donates Blood for Love
    » SENDEX, Korea's Most Comprehensive Welfare Industry Exhibition, to be Held in November
    » The Leading Pharmaceutical Exhibition - CPhI - Opens in COEX, Seoul, Korea on 7 September 2015
    » Cigna Appoints Lena Tsia as New Singapore Country Manager
    » CSA Group Opens Its First Southeast Asia Office in Singapore
    » Frost & Sullivan Honors DERMALOG with Biometrics Prize for Achievements in Africa
    » Telstra Health Expands Presence in Asia with Hospital Contract Wins
    » Evergrande Health 1-to-10 Split to Be Implemented on August 25
    » NMT Pharmaceuticals Singapore Announces Signing of Letter of Intent with CAO Pharmacueticals USA in Licensing and Development of Anti-cancer Drug CZ-48
    » HSRx Group's Acne Treatment Product in Clinical Trial, Aims to Rapidly Reduce Redness and Intensity of Breakouts
    » BPOM Issues Warning on 50 Harmful Men's Ssupplements
    » Attention, World: The Ebola Fight isnít Over
    » MERS Fears Haunting Millions of Haj Pilgrims
    » Nearly Half of Cancer Patients Suffer a 'Financial Catastrophe'
    » Support Crucial for Breastfeeding Mothers at Work
    » Dementia may be Stabilising in Some Countries: Study
    » Isotope Technologies Garching GmbH Announces In-licensing of DOTA-Zoledronate for Bone Targeted Radionuclide Theranostics of Osseous Metastases
    » Saudi MERS Infections Soar ahead of Hajj Pilgrimage
    » Working Longer Hours Increases Stroke Risk by up to 33%: Study
    » GARFIELD-AF Registry Data Providing New Real-World Insights on Treatment Options for Patients With Atrial Fibrillation (AF) Will Be Featured at ESC Congress 2015
    » Isotope Technologies Garching GmbH Announces In-licensing of DOTA-Zoledronate for Bone Targeted Radionuclide Theranostics of Osseous Metastases
    » CRY - Child Rights and You Launches Campaign - 'Healthy Start'
    » 60 Degrees Pharmaceuticals to Begin Phase II Clinical Trials in Dengue Fever Patients
    » Doctors should prescribe e-cigarettes to smokers: UK
    » Kimia Farma Builds New Plant to Expand Production
    » Micell Technologies Announces Surgical Technologies Approved as MiStent SES Commercial Manufacturer for CE Mark Countries
    » Tackling Health Problems in Remote Areas with CSR
    » Empowering Puskesmas through Pencerah Nusantara
    » House Urged to Amend Discriminatory Disability Law
    » AIDS Foundation Campaigns on Ď#JakartaSadarí
    » Telemedicine Finally Makes Inroads into the Asia-Pacific Market, Finds Frost & Sullivan
    » Frost & Sullivan's GIL 2015: Silicon Valley Event Identifies Opportunities Surrounding Connected Health Technology
    » Indonesia at 70: Prepare for Aging Population
    » Economy in Brief: Kimia Farma to Build Hotel and Hospital
    » Coal-Related Death Toll to Climb, Warns Greenpeace
    » Banish the Fears of Brain Surgery
    » Music Eases Pain after Surgery: Study
    » Vietnam Healthcare Outlook: Government Spurs Foreign Investment
    » Inaugural HIMSS Asia Pacific Innovations Awards Attracts Big Names and Start-Ups Alike
    » Islands in Focus: 744 People Living with HIV/AIDS in Kupang
    » Scientists Speak out against False Cannabis Claims
    » From Research to Remedy Ė How Biomedical Science has Shaped Medicine
    » Islands in Focus: UGM and Harvard Join Forces
    » 60 Million Indonesians without Sanitation
    » This Yearís Haj Carries Serious Health Risks
    » Coal Power Plants Threaten Lives
    » Kids with Cancer Get Futuristic Chance at Saving Fertility
    » Medical Researchers Say Fetal Tissue Remains Essential
    » More Evidence that Fried Food Raises Heart Attack Risk
    » Drug Regulator Deems Tolak Angin Safe Despite US Labeling
    » Report Tells Heartbreaking Story of Minamata Disease in Sulawesi
    » Govt Urged to Innovate to Finance BPJS
    » Govt Targets 105 Million Indonesians in Filariasis Eradication Program
    » BPOM, City Aim to Reduce Unsafe Food
    » Island in Focus: Agency Confirms No Humans in AI OLutbreak
    » Celsion Corporation Announces Updated Overall Survival Data from HEAT Study of ThermoDox(R) in Primary Liver Cancer
    » Manulife Inspires Healthy Living with Innovative Approach to Insurance in Hong Kong
    » Jiahui International Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital to Co-Develop Women's Health Center of Excellence in Shanghai
    » Editorial: Great Public Health Initiative, but Whatís Next?
    » Can Genes Make Us Liberal or Conservative?
    » Authorities on Alert after Bird Flu Outbreak
    » Why is Breastfeeding under Threat?
    » China Cord Blood Corporation Announces Receipt of Non-Binding Acquisition Proposal
    » When Should You Get Health Insurance?
    » Learning comes to life at Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia
    » World Breastfeeding Week: The Extra Miles in Breastfeeding
    » Indofarma, Kimia Farma Pledge to Reduce Imports
    » Pharmaxis and Synairgen Announce Research Collaboration to Develop LOXL2 Inhibitor For Pulmonary Fibrosis
    » Hetero Announces the Launch of Biosimilar Rituximab (MABALL(TM)) in India
    » HSRx Group In-Licenses Portfolio of Novel Late-Stage Orphan and Breakthrough Combination Drugs, Acquires Ready-for-Market OTC Drugs
    » National Scene: Health Minister Shrugs off Haram Edict
    » For Amnesia Sufferers Every Day is Dentist Day
    » Making Breastfeeding Everyone's Business
    » Global Public Health Organization Offers Hong Kong Consumers Advice on Lead in Drinking Water
    » The 10th International Conference on Genomics (ICG-10) to Open in October
    » China Cord Blood Corporation Files Its Annual Report on Form 20-F
  » Juli
    » IRIS Establishes Napa Meeting to Advance Leading-Edge Directions in Nephrology
    » Takeda Announces Completion of the Pioglitazone Post-Marketing Commitment and Submission of Results to the EMA, the FDA and the PMDA
    » Study says Fat should be the Sixth Taste
    » ResMed Invests in High-Growth Chinese Sleep and Respiratory Care Market with Curative Medical
    » Haram Edict on Health Insurance ĎMisguidedí
    » Mundipharma and Economic Intelligence Unit Study Shines the Spotlight on Efficacy and Gaps in Asia's National Cancer Control Plans
    » Newly Appointed Acting CEO Outlines Immediate Plans for Novogen
    » Boy who Lost Limbs to Infection Gets Double-hand Transplant
    » Working Capital Management Seizes Priority in North American and European Pharma Industry
    » Subsidies Account for only 9% of 2016 Draft State Budget: VP
    » FDA Approves Stomach-filling Balloon for Weight Loss
    » Smilables' Baby Brain Development System To Aid New Parents Draws On Scientific Expertise From Top Universities
    » Nutraceutix's L. reuteri Probiotic Clinically Proven to Modulate Gut Insulin Metabolism
    » Philips Honors Innovation in Radiation Dose Management with the 3rd Annual ISRRT Dosewise Radiographer of the Year contest
    » Stem Cell Therapy to Redefine Regenerative Medicine, says Frost & Sullivan
    » Islands in focus: Sarolangun to Build Drug Rehab Center
    » Reinventing Healthcare: Non-Healthcare Companies are Initiating a Surge of Innovation Within the Existing Market
    » BPJS Kesehatan Violates Sharia, Says MUI
    » Greater Jakarta: City to Build Clinic for the Mentally Ill
    » 3,000 Face Masks Distributed in Haze-hit Pekanbaru
    » World Dengue Cases Rise 30 times
    » DNDi and Takeda Collaborate for the Lead Optimization for Aminopyrazole Series for Visceral Leishmaniasis
    » Worldís First Malaria Vaccine Gets Go-Ahead From EU Regulators
    » Anthem to Buy Cigna to Create Biggest US Health Insurer
    » Commentary: Children With Autism Shouldnít Be Forced to Socialize
    » Lupin Acquires Specialty Product Portfolio in Germany
    » United Nations Hails China's Progress towards the Millennium Development Goals in Final Report
    » 3SBio Acquires Zhejiang Wansheng Pharmaceutical
    » New Reports From The Alzheimer's Association International Conferenceģ 2015
    » Two Generic Drugs Reduce Breast Cancer Deaths: Studies
    » Lupin Acquires GAVIS to Expand US Generic Business
    » Paradigm Shift towards Holistic Senior Care Catalyses the Global Aged Care Market, Says Frost & Sullivan
    » Health Ministry, Lawmakers Want Tobacco Tax
    » Eye Drop Gives Hope for Knifeless Cataract Cure: Study
    » Cartus Wins Gold at the Singapore HEALTH Awards
    » Promise Seen for Drug in Patients with Early Alzheimer's
    » Women with Alzheimer's May Face Faster Decline than Men
    » Hunt for HIV Cure Bolstered by New Research
    » Poor Cost Control will Worsen JKN Deficit: Study
    » Micell Technologies Announces First Patient Enrolled in Registration Trial of MiStent SES in China
    » Google, Novartis and EPGL in Race to Develop First 'Autofocus' Contact Lens
    » Novogen Appoints Iain Ross as Acting CEO and Re-appoints Him to the Board
    » Teen in Remission from HIV 12 Years after Stopping Meds
    » The Lancet Infectious Diseases Journal Publishes Results of Phase 2 Study of Lonafarnib in Hepatitis Delta Virus (HDV) Infected Patients
    » UTVG Will Revolutionize the E-Cigaret
    » Frost & Sullivan Awards GE Healthcare with Top Spot in the Cardiology Informatics Market
    » OrbusNeich Announces Enrollment of First Patient in China Recovery Study
    » Normality Returns to Hospital at Centre of Korea MERS Crisis
    » Corporate Fitness App Creator Rewardz Woos Group Insurance Industry to Take on Workplace Wellness
    » AMRI Acquires Gadea Pharmaceutical Group
    » Speaking Opportunities Available at MEDTEC China 2015
    » Deer Jet Medical to Become China's First Air Ambulance Provider of ECMO Patient Transport
    » UN Says World on Way to 'Generation Free of AIDS'
    » Anisina Receives Orphan Drug Designation from FDA for Neuroblastoma
    » Healthcare for All: Explore Pencerah Nusantara Activities to Expand Healthcare Access in Regions
    » Bigger May Not Be Better for Chinaís ĎSuper Hospitalsí
    » Global Malaria Goals Ambitious but Achievable: WHO
    » New Strategies Released to Guide Global Fight against Malaria
    » Islands in Focus: 13 People with HIV/AIDS Die in Buleleng
    » Unpad to Offer Free Tuition for Medical Students in 2016
    » LORATI Successfully Develops An Effective Treatment for AIDS -- A Big Medical Breakthrough in Human History
    » Small Animal Imaging Crucial for Drug Development and Non-Invasive Identification of Diseases in Humans
    » Pre-clinical Studies Suggest Anisina May Improve Chemotherapy Effectiveness in Childhood Cancer
    » Greater Jakarta: Illegal Food Seized ahead of Idul Fitri
    » BioNano Genomics Announces Addition of Gene Company as China Mainland and HK/Macau Distributor
    » Greater Jakarta: Illegal Food Seized ahead of Idul Fitri
    » Aptuit Announces Expansion of Integrated CMC Offering (Drug Substance and Drug Product) to Phase 3 and Commercial Scale
    » FDA Strengthens Heart Risk Warning in Popular Pain Relievers
    » New Liberia Ebola Case 'Genetically Similar' to First Outbreak: WHO
    » Greater Jakarta: Police Warn of ĎBootleg Corianderí
    » Autism Partnership Opens New Office in Philippines
    » Consumer Group Slams Ministry of Health Over Chlorine-Tainted Sanitary Pads
    » UNFPA Program to Engage Men on Papuaís Pressing Reproductive Health Issues
    » Capsule Announces Reseller Agreement with InterSystems
    » Island in focus: Hundreds of Kupang Toddlers Malnourished
    » Stanford Visits China to Investigate the New International Hospital
    » The International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Releases Global Statistics on Cosmetic Procedures
    » Greater Jakarta: Health Services Remain Open for Idul Fitri
    » 230 Papuans Circumcised to Curb HIV/AIDS
    » All Sanitary Pads in Indonesia Contain Chlorine: YLKI
    » A Safer Method to treat Cancer in Children
    » CMS Changes Will Bridge Old and New Models of Chronic Care Management
    » MERS Cases Keep Coming from Samsung Hospital
    » US Announces First Death from Measles in 12 Years
    » Parents Maintain Hope in Their Disabled Children
    » Combating Three Major Chronic Diseases in Latin America With Medical Education
    » Cholera Deaths in South Sudan Rise, Thousands at Risk: UN
    » Thai Hospital Discharges Only MERS Case after Found Virus-free
    » ViiV Healthcare and Desano Pharmaceuticals' Manufacturing Agreement Will Allow Competitive Supply of Dolutegravir in China and Several Developing Countries
    » BGI Receives Accreditation from the College of American Pathologists (CAP)
    » S. Korea Reports New MERS Case after Four Days of Hiatus
    » JKN Penalties Increased, Fees Raised
    » Diabetes Drug Helps People Lose Weight: Study
    » Fears 11,000 Australian Dental Patients Exposed to HIV
    » MERS ó A New Disease Knocking at Our Doors
    » A Nutrition Solution for Street Children
    » UNICEF, WHO: Lack of Sanitation for 2.4 Billion People Undermining Health Improvements
    » Shire Launches Spotlight on Gaucher Film Contest and Calls for Video Entries Sharing Experiences of Living with Gaucher Disease
    » Detecting and Dealing with Strokes
    » Amyko Propels Medical Alert Bracelets Into the Modern Era
  » Juni
    » Legal System Failing Women with Disabilities
    » Merck Serono Introduces New Eeva Test Version Aiming for Optimized Assisted Reproductive Outcomes
    » Longer Schooling Brakes AIDS Spread: Study
    » Sugary Drinks may Cause 184,000 Global Deaths a Year: Study
    » Greater Jakarta: City Begins Healthy Food Operation
    » Novartis Buys Pain Drug Firm Spinifex for $200m Upfront
    » Samsungís Bioepis Considers Nasdaq IPO, Seeks Funds for Product Development
    » All Aboard on the Medical Train
    » Bill Gates Hopeful of AIDS Vaccine in 10 Years
    » S. Korea Fears MERS May Have Spread to New Hospital
    » National Scene: Pilgrims must be Vaccinated for MERS: Kalla
    » Airports to Install Thermo Scanners to Detect MERS: Director
    » Omni Hospital Chain Owner Eyes 20 Percent Growth
    » S. Korea Passes New Law to Curb MERS Outbreak
    » Harrowing Death Galvanizes Support for Stricter Tobacco Control
    » Indonesian Toddler Suspected With MERS Virus Tests Negative
    » New UN Goals Lack Focus, Global Health Experts Warn
    » Merck Launches 'More Than a Mother' Campaign Aiming to Reduce Social Suffering of Infertile Women in Africa
    » BMC Medical Co., Ltd. Wins Patent Infringement Case Against ResMed (RMD)
    » Little India Dentist Dental Seeks to Provide Good and Affordable Dental Care to More Singaporeans
    » Govt on Alert over Thailandís First MERS Case
    » New Insulin 'Smart Patch' could Help Diabetes Patients
    » How to Maintain the Sustainability of Health Insurance
    » Turtle Beach Corporation Partners With Amplified Resource Group, LLC For Groundbreaking HyperSound Clearô Hearing Solutions Product
    » L'Oreal Announces the 2015 Awardees of Its International Awards for Social Responsibility in Dermatology
    » Merck to Venture into Property, Management Business
    » S. Korea Reports Two Deaths, Three New MERS Cases
    » Study Links Erectile Dysfunction Drug with Skin Cancer
    » S. Korea Reports Three New MERS Cases
    » S. Korea Reports 25th MERS Death, No New Cases for First Time in 16 Days
    » National Scene: 70% of Smokers are Teenagers: Expert
    » Chinese Patient in Surabaya Tests Negative for MERS Infection
    » Thailand Took Four Days to Confirm First MERS Case; Scores Monitored
    » Group Calls for Faster Action on Hep C
    » Illegal Food Seized
    » North Korea Claims it has Cure for MERS, Ebola and AIDS
    » Your Blood Donation Matters
    » Tips for Staying Healthy during Ramadhan
    » Depok to Expand 24-hour Healthcare Services
    » Thailand Confirms First MERS Case as Virus Spreads in Asia
    » Bird Flu Leads to Cheaper Chicken in US
    » AMRI and PerkinElmer Announce Drug Discovery Collaboration as part of the Buffalo Medical Innovation and Commercialization Hub
    » Phapros to Issue $14.9m Bonds for New Plant
    » Middle Class Residents Targeted in Dengue Fever Campaign
    » India, China Need Cleaner Air Just to Keep Death Rate Steady
    » US Tells Food Industry to Phase out Artificial Trans Fats
    » Jayawijaya Regency Clarifies High HIV Prevalence
    » Teens Living with HIV/AIDS on the Rise
    » National Scene: Students Exposed to Tobacco Ads
    » The New Technology to Cure Brain Tumor
    » Islands in Focus: Free Condoms at 180 Sites in Jayapura
    » Govt Issues MERS Warning for Pilgrims
    » First UK User Receives World's Most Lifelike Bionic Hand
    » WHO Says MERS Outbreak in S. Korea a 'Wakeup Call'
    » Religious Teaching Blamed for Diphtheria Outbreaks
    » Ramadhan Fast Imposes Difficult Choice on Diabetic Muslims
    » IFPMA Launches Website to Show Industryís Commitments to Prevention and Control of NCDs
    » Merck Serono: Innovative Fertility Technologies Gavi and Geri of Partner Genea Biomedx Receive CE Mark
    » S. Korea Reports 15th MERS Death, Seven New Cases
    » WHO: MERS not Spreading outside S. Korea Hospitals
    » ĎDengue Fever Vaccine Available in Indonesia Next Yearí
    » WHO to Hold Soon MERS Emergency Meeting
    » Mediterranean Diet at Risk as Globalization Bites
    » EpiVax Reports $5.2 Million for New Q Fever Vaccine Means There is Hope for Vaccines On Demand
    » Merck Serono Wins Two Red Dot Design Awards 2015 for High Quality Design of Fertility Pens
    » Frost & Sullivan Applauds MEDITECH as Provider of Best-in-class Healthcare Informatics Products in Sub-Saharan Africa
    » Developing Human Organs: 3D Bioprinting Presents the Healthcare Sector with Revolutionary Opportunities
    » Drug Abuse Claims 33 Human Lives Everyday
    » San Francisco Approves Health Warning on Sugary Drink Ads
    » FDA Panel Backs First-in-class Cholesterol Drug
    » RFID in Healthcare Expands Beyond Basic Tracking to Include Smart Cabinet Systems
    » Frost & Sullivan Applauds Fidson's Impressive Revenue Growth Born of its Quality and Affordable Pharmaceuticals
    » E-Cigarette Usage Surges in Past Year: Poll
    » 11,370 Illegal Products Seized in BPOM Operation
    » Cervical Cancer Vaccine Might Work after Just 1 Shot, Not 3
    » Lippo Group Inaugurates First Myanmar Hospital, Plans $1b Investment
    » Editorial: Fix the Nationís Food Policies
    » Private Hospitals Emerge the Biggest Market for Multi-Parameter Patient Monitoring Devices in the Asia-Pacific
    » 5 Great Ways to Keep Your Body in Check With Tech This Summer
    » SAVSUģ Technologies' Specialized Shipping Container Used in Ebola Vaccine Clinical Trials by the World Health Organization
    » Islands in Focus: Atambua Hospital Rp900 Million in Debt
    » Asia on High Alert over Possible MERS Spread
    » S.Korea Concerned About MERSí Impact on Economy, Ready to Act
    » Bone Health Starts in the Womb, So Good Nutrition Key to Strong Bones Through Life
    » RI Issues ĎTravel Adviceí over S. Korea MERS Outbreak
    » Commentary: The Case for a Smokerís License
    » 5th Person Dies of MERS in South Korea
    » S. Korea Reports Fourth MERS Death, Confirms 41 Cases
    » FDA Weighs Approval of First-in-class Cholesterol Drug
    » Takeda Presents Additional Data from Alogliptin's EXAMINE Cardiovascular Safety Outcomes Trial at the American Diabetes Association's 75th Scientific Sessions
    » Studies Confirm TRXE-009 Crosses the Blood-brain Barrier
    » Editorial: Deal With the Drug Issue the Right Way
    » Mitra Keluarga Mulls Efficiency Measures on Slow Growth
    » Indonesian Academics and Experts Call for an Evidence-based Public Health Response to Drugs in Indonesia
    » Under Armour's Recent Acquisitions Trump Nike in Pursuit of Digital Health & Fitness Dominance says Strategy Analytics
    » Drug Abuse Triggers Regulations to Push the Development of Tamper-Resistant Opioid Formulations for Pain Management
    » S. Korea Reports Third Death from MERS Outbreak
    » US Regulators to Discuss 'Female Viagra'
    » Fresh Cases, 700 Schools Closed in S. Korea MERS Outbreak
    » ASCO 2015: Superior Overall Survival for Afatinib Compared to Erlotinib Demonstrated in Head-to-head Trial in Patients with Previously Treated Advanced Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Lung
    » Novogen Expands Board with Two New Appointments
    » Florescent Capabilities are the Primary Focus for Laboratories with Flow Cytometer Technologies
    » Personnaģ Medical Showcases DermaBladeģ At The 23rd World Congress of Dermatology
    » Health Sense: Managing and Mitigating Childhood Myopia
    » Isotope Technologies Garching Announces Successful Validation of EndolucinBetaô (n.c.a. Lutetium-177) Marketing Authorization Application by the European Medicines Agency
    » Fear and Confusion in South Korea Amid Secrecy Over MERS Hospitals
    » BPOM to Launch Hotline against Illegal Drugs, Cosmetics
    » China Cord Blood Corporation's Special Committee Appoints Independent Financial Advisor and Legal Counsel to Evaluate Non-binding 'Going Private' Proposal
    » Ground-Breaking Ceremony for Chinese Academy of Sciences' Genetic Resources R&D Center (South) Project Held in Changzhou Hi-Tech District
    » Abstract #6531: Mundipharma-sponsored Acheon Study Reveals Effects of Cancer-related Pain on a Patient's Quality of Life at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
    » Uphill Battle to Quit Smoking
    » China Starts Campaign to Snuff Out Smoking in Beijing
    » S.Korea Fights to Contain MERS Outbreak, Considers Tough Measures
    » At Least 5.4m Indonesian Children Undernourished
  » Mei
    » Brains are Anti-evolutionary, which is Good News for Some of Us
    » World No Tobacco Day 2015: Stop Illicit Trade of Tobacco Products
    » Diet Food Business Blossoms as Market Grows
    » Editorial: Tougher Measures on Smokers
    » Secondhand Smoke Stoicism: Say What You Need to Say
    » Tobacco: Are We Losing the War?
    » US Military Mistakenly Ships Live Anthrax to Labs
    » Debunking 7 Diabetes Diet Myths
    » Medical Terms Doctors Use That You Should Understand
    » Live Anthrax Sent to Australia: US Officials
    » Indonesia Suffering Setbacks in Fight Against Nicotine Addiction: Activists
    » Frost & Sullivan Honors CapsuleTech for Delivering Significant Value to Hospitals with its SmartLinx Medical Device Information System(R)
    » Editorial: Poison on Our Plates
    » Mundipharma Bolsters Support for Doctors on Front Line of Respiratory Health Efforts
    » Frost & Sullivan Acknowledges Lexmark Healthcare's Energy, Creativity, and Diligence in Developing the Leading Next-Generation Healthcare Content Management Platform
    » Merck Serono as Pioneer in Assisted Reproductive Treatments Takes Leading Role in Fertility Technologies Signing a Global Collaboration Agreement with Genea Biomedx
    » DDW Presentation Examines Stretta As A Versatile And Effective GERD Treatment For Multiple Patient Populations
    » National Scene: Surya Chandra Appointed as BKKBN Head
    » People with Lupus Fight for Their Rights to Medication
    » Mesothelioma Resource Mesothelioma.us Launches New and Educational Website
    » Beat Jet Lag the Way Elite Athletes Do. Twice as Fast With HumanCharger
    » BPOM, Police Find no Plastics in Rice
    » The Race Towards a Healthier Workforce Starts Today for More Than 1000 of the World's Leading Employers
    » Merck Serono Supports 7th International Thyroid Awareness Week to Unmask Hypothyroidism
    » Novogen to Present at the 2015 Marcum Microcap Conference
    » Greater Jakarta: City Launches Preventive Medical Action
    » Govt to Monitor Market for Synthetic Rice
    » Greater Jakarta: Fake Doctor Nabbed in Depok
    » Girl Hospitalized after Eating 'Synthetic' Rice
    » Immunization: Going Above and Beyond
    » Editorial: How Sustainable is the JKN?
    » Diproduksi Dalam Negeri, Obat Kanker Jadi Lebih Murah
    » BPOM to Submit Lab Results to Police, Refuses to Announce Findings
    » National scene: Govt Launches Antismoking Campaign
    » No Synthetic Rice Found in Bulog's Warehouses
    » New Public Service Announcement on Secondhand Smoke Launched
    » E-cigarettes Won't Stop Tobacco Consumption: Official
    » Synthetic Rice Expensive to Make: Official
    » Merck Serono Announces CHMP Positive Opinion to Extend Kuvan Use to Children with PKU Below 4 Years of Age
    » Fosun Pharma, HOPU Investments, CEL Healthcare Fund, and WuXi PharmaTech to Jointly Acquire U.S. Innovative Biotechnology Company Ambrx
    » Markets Inspected after Synthetic Rice Report
    » Thailand Could Stop Thousands of HIV Deaths With More Tests and Treatment, Study Finds
    » QT Vascular Announces First Patients Enrolled In Clinical Study Of Chocolate Touch(TM) PTCA Coronary Drug-Coated Balloon
    » Global Leaders Honor Senegal, the Philippines, and Uruguay for Advances in Reproductive Health
    » Mio Provides Heart Rate Technology to Garmin's First GPS Running Watch with Wrist-based Heart Rate
    » Patent Challenges In Five Countries Dispute Validity Of Gilead's Claims To Hep C Drug Patents That Block Treatment For Up To 59 Million People
    » QIAGEN Opens New Office in Kuala Lumpur as Business Expands in Malaysia
    » Detecting Prostate Cancer Through MRI Technology
    » How Women Can Lower Their Risk of Stroke
    » 5 Things to Consider Before Taking a Pap Smear Test
    » Siloam Launches Massive Expansion, Plan to Build and Acquire Hospitals
    » Miami-Based Children's Prize Seeks To Award A Quarter Of A Million Dollars To The Best Proposal That Saves Children's Lives
    » Public Figures Support Global Campaign for Healthy Food Education
    » Boehringer Ingelheim Acquires Pharmaxis' Phase 1 Anti-inflammatory Drug Candidate
    » OrbusNeich Announces Initiation of HARMONEE Stent Study in US
    » JHL Biotech Taiwan Announces Successful Manufacture and Release of First 500L GMP Drug Substance For Phase 1 Clinical Trial
    » Novogen to Present at Hong Kong Investor Conference
    » NantWorks Acquires Cynviloq(TM) For Up To $1.3+ Billion
    » Commentary: The Antibiotic Arms Race
    » Merck to Present Data at ASCO That Illustrate How the Company is Tackling Difficult-to-Treat Cancers
    » FT To Host Pharma-Healthcare Summit In Singapore
    » Anisina Confirmed as Effective Anti-Cancer Agent in Animal Studies
    » Partners HealthCare launches year-long global initiative in support of International Nurses Day 2015
    » Contrast Auto-injectors Gain Momentum in Western Europe
    » ResMed Provides Update on Phase III SERVE-HF Study of Adaptive Servo-Ventilation (ASV) Therapy In Central Sleep Apnea and Chronic Heart Failure
    » Mederi Therapeutic's Stretta Becomes World's Most Widely-Used Non-Surgical Treatment For Chronic GERD
    » Bogor Police Confiscate 2 Tons of Allegedly Tainted Noodles
    » Wholesome Eats on Demand
    » RI to Host World Military Medicine Congress
    » BKPM Solves Investment Bottlenecks Worth US$99 Billion
    » Merck Receives FDA Fast Track Designation for Evofosfamide for Treatment of Patients Living With Advanced Pancreatic Cancer
    » Activists Urge Lawmakers to Prioritize Patients Over Patents
    » Lighthouse and Bosch Announce Strategic Partnership
    » Autism Partnership Calls for More Training for Frontline Personnel
    » Health Sense: Finding Non-invasive Solutions for Injuries
    » Lupus: A Malady not to be Forgotten
    » Residents Encourage to Use Free Ambulance Service
    » One-third of RI Children Suffer from Stunted Growth: NGO
    » Indonesia Might not Meet MDG Target on Maternal Health
    » FDA Panel Backs Vertex Combination Pill for Cystic Fibrosis
    » Health Sense: Ankle Arthroscopy and Treating Ankle Instability
    » World Leading Drug Testing Agencies, The Drug Detection Agency (TDDA) and Omega Laboratories, Open New Zealand Laboratory
    » Turtle Beach Corporation Partners With American Hearing Aid Associates For Groundbreaking HyperSound Clearô Hearing Solutions Product
    » Strong Market for Digital Health Solutions Aimed at Closing Information Gaps in Patient Care, Finds Frost & Sullivan
    » Frost & Sullivan Applauds Blue Belt Technologies for Establishing the Industry Standard for Image-Guided Orthopedic Surgery with its Navio(R) Surgical System
    » Frost & Sullivan Acclaims BONESUPPORT's Growth Potential Bolstered by its Unique Platform Technology, CERAMENTô
    » Medscape to Collaborate with CareNet to Provide Medical Education and Editorial Content to Physicians and Healthcare Professionals in Japan
    » Islands in Focus: Hospital Ship Extends Operational Duty
    » Students Need Early Health Education
    » Red Cross Struggles to Curb Annual Blood Shortfall
    » Australian Studies Confirm TRXE-009 Kills Resistant Paediatric Brain Cancer Cells
    » Android and International Version of Learning App for Children with Autism Launched
    » FDA Schedules Meeting on Twice-rejected Female Libido Drug
    » Neusoft Releases NeuViz 128 CT for Global Markets
    » WHO Projections Warn of Burgeoning Obesity Crisis in Europe
    » Jokowi: Revoke Licenses of Private Hospitals That Refuse KIS Patients
    » Local Bylaws Risk Stigmatizing HIV Patients
  » April
    » New Research-based Pharmaceutical Industry Report Provides Insights on How to Slow Down Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) and Boost Antibiotic R&D
    » Martina Berto Q1 Profit Rises on Higher Sales
    » Study Finds ĎDisturbingí Health Warnings on Cigarette Packaging Are Effective
    » Indonesiaís Health Ministry Gives WHO Access to Bird Flu Samples Again
    » Pictorial Warnings on Cigarette Packs not in Line with Regulations: YLKI
    » BPJS Kesehatan Needs more Cash
    » Cigarette Warnings Covered by Excise Bands: Survey
    » Govt Starts Distribution of Social Benefit Cards
    » Global Pandemic of Fake Medicines Poses Urgent Risk, Scientists Say
    » RI Children Struggling with Chronic Malnutrition
    » Reaching Every Child with Vaccines
    » Diet Pepsi Dropping Aspartame on Customer Concerns
    » India Vows to Press Tobacco Companies for Bigger Health Warnings
    » Timah to Expand Its Hospital Unit to Boost Income Outside Tin
    » Why Itís Important to Vaccinate Your Child
    » One Child in Five Still Not Vaccinated: WHO
    » IFPMA News Release: IFPMA Pharmaís Commitment to Global Vaccine Action Plan and to ĎClosing the Immunization Gapí
    » First Lady Launches Nationwide Cancer Early-detection Program
    » Major UN Conference to Deal with Dangerous Chemical Trade
    » Cooperation on the Way to Stop Stunting
    » Thousands Thrilled By USANA's Announcement To Open Operations In Indonesia
    » Too Many Canteens for BPOM to Ynspect
    » Islands in Focus: HIV/AIDS Cases Keep Increasing in Banyumas
    » Novogen and Feinstein Institute Join Forces to Find Effective Treatments for Brain Cancer
    » E-Cigarette Use Triples in US Teens
    » The Proper Way to Use a Microwave
    » WB Urged to Lead Fund-raising Efforts for Ebola-hit Countries
    » Mentawai Puskesmas to Use Traditional Herbs
    » FDA Approves New Type of Heart Failure Drug from Amgen
    » Lancet and ChemRar High Tech Center Have Announced a Partnership in the Development and Production of Novel Drugs in Russia
    » Final Countdown Begins for 2015 MEDTEC China South International Medical Design and Technology Exhibition
    » Johnson & Johnson Pte. Ltd. to Establish Big Data Center of Excellence In Singapore
    » Researchers Discover Breakthrough Treatment for Depression
    » Gamma Knife: A New Non-Invasive Form of Healing
    » ForaCare & RollTech Jointly Develop FORA Connected Health Watch
    » Study Links Diabetes in Pregnancy to Higher Autism Risk
    » US Finds First Case of Lethal Bird Flu in Commercial Chicken Flock
    » Kimia Farma Mulls Build-to-Transfer Plan for a Jakarta Hospital
    » End shackling of humans, improve mental health services
    » Greater Jakarta: Siloam Reported to Police after Leg Surgery
    » ReCor Medical Announces New Lead Investor and Upcoming Hypertension Trial
    » Does Midlife Obesity Protect Against Dementia?
    » Healthy Kids, Healthier Nation
    » Festivities for the Mind, Body in Bali
    » Siloam Eyes $162m From New Share Issue
    » Healthy Lifestyle ĎAmbassadorsí must be Public-Health Literate
    » Legality Halts Autism Centerís Operation
    » Islands in Focus: Another Orang Rimba Child Hospitalized
    » Shorter People Have Bigger Risk of Heart Disease
    » Australian Studies Confirm Anisina as Potential Important New Weapon Against Melanoma
    » Greater Jakarta: 10 to 15 Cops Die of Chronic Diseases Monthly
    » Mylan Offers about $29B for Rival Generic Drugmaker Perrigo
    » Doximity Unveils Apple Watch App for Physicians On-The-Go
    » Minding the Risks of Dementia
    » IBA and Toshiba Sign Strategic Partnership in Particle Therapy
    » 'World First' for Extreme Premature Baby Dialysis in Poland
    » The Gut/Brain Axis and Happier, Smarter Kids
    » Health Sense: Calorie-restriction Diets and the Endocrinology of Aging
    » Frost & Sullivan: Indonesia Healthcare Market Expected to Reach 21 Billion USD in 2019
    » DKSH Supports Growth for Vitabiotics in Hong Kong and Malaysia
    » Documentary Exposes Occupational Hazards of Mercury Dental Fillings
    » European Hospitals Will Move from Single-Use to Reusable Procedure Trays and Packs
    » Drugmakers Upbeat despite Rupiah Slump
    » Vigorous Exercise Seen Helping People Live Longer
    » Combating Obesity: World Health Day
    » Transforming Traditional Healthcare to Virtual Methods
    » Sphenopalatine Ganglion Stimulation in the Pathway CH-1 Study Reduces Headache Burden Before and After Sustained Periods of Cluster Attack Remission
    » SAFC Launches New EX-CELLģ Advancedô Products for Scalable, Efficient Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing
    » Global Strategic Partners Merck and Pfizer Finalize Agreement to Co-Promote XALKORI(R) (crizotinib)
    » Cityís Contract Workers Get Insurance
    » Breast Milk Sold Online often Contains Cow's Milk: Study
    » Zebra Medical Vision Launches the Most Comprehensive Medical Imaging Research Platform Globally
    » Medical Costs in Korea Soar as Aging Society Looms
    » Sentinel Studies Find New Microcurrent Generating Wound Dressing Effective in Disrupting Bacterial Biofilms
    » Facts About Bipolar Disorder
    » Pharmaceutical Firm Merck to Perform a Stock Split
    » Pyrexar Medical Acquires Hyperthermia Assets of BSD Medical
    » Children Cook up Awareness for Autism at Therapy Center
    » Jakartans Look forward to Better Health Facilities as Hospitals Open
    » LKK Health Products Group Honored with 'Outstanding CSR Award' for Four Consecutive Years
    » Johns Hopkins Sued over Sexually Transmitted Disease Study
    » Packed With Health Benefits, Coffee Gains Ground With Experts
    » DNA Blood Test Is Accurate for Detecting Down Syndrome
    » Stigma Stalks Indiaís Leprosy Sufferers as Disease Returns
    » City Inaugurates 15 Type D Hospitals
    » World Autism Day Marked in Many Cities
    » ĎSarang Semutí a Traditional Herbal Medicine
    » Greater Jakarta: E. Jakarta to Renovate six ĎPuskesmasí
    » Health sense: Managing Osteoporosis and Bone-mineral Density for Men
    » New Media Acquiring Evergrande Wonjin and Evergrande Expanding Heath Business Pattern
    » MEDTEC & NAMSA Co-organize BPMDS Symposium China
    » International Vaccine Board Meeting held in Kuala Lumpur
    » WHO calls on RI to Boost Food Safety Levels
    » Pulmonary Hypertension Patients Burdened by High Drug Prices
    » BKPM Teams up with Spy Agency to Help Investors
  » Maret
    » Development and Commercialization of Antibacterial Drugs to Speed Up
    » Make Food Safety a Priority: WHO
    » BNN Signs MoU to Tackle Drug Use in Rural Indonesia
    » Frost & Sullivan Uncovers How Healthcare Providers Can Achieve Better and More Cost-Effective Care Using IT Solutions
    » US Pharmacists' Group Discourages Providing Execution Drugs
    » Frost & Sullivan Completes Malaysia Excellence Awards (Healthcare) Judging Session; Awards To Be Presented on April 14 in Kuala Lumpur
    » Mayapada Seeks to Raise $77m to Build Five Hospitals
    » Senegal, The Philippines, and Uruguay Make Major Strides Towards Universal Access to Reproductive Health
    » Singapore's Vibrant Healthcare Industry an Attractive Market for Advanced Diagnostic Imaging Services, says Frost & Sullivan
    » New Molecular Structures Challenge Conventional Concepts of Drug Action at Receptors
    » City, BPOM Play Blame Game over Tainted Ice
    » Battling Nightmare Infections: US CDCís Plan to Beat Supberbugs
    » Hainan Province, Hengda Health and Korean Yuanchen Signs Strategic Cooperation Agreement
    » Citizen Journalism: Saving Youths from Drugs
    » Tangerang Woman Free of H5N1, Remains Under Observation
    » Little Vetting of Pilots for Mental Health, US Experts Say
    » Varian Medical Systems Spotlights New Edgeô Radiosurgery Suite for Non-Invasive Surgical Procedures at 2015 ChinaMed Exhibition in Beijing
    » Holographic Optical Technologies Brings Cutting-edge Holograms to Consumer Market through Upcoming Kickstarter Campaign
    » Students Teach Friends about Nutrition
    » Greater Jakarta: Tainted Ice Blocks Circulating in City: Police
    » Helsinn Group Signs Exclusive Agreement with Mundipharma for Distribution and Licence of Anamorelin in Mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao
    » Green Cross and Nanolek Announce Strategic Partnership for Biologics Commercialisation in Russia
    » The Future of Healthy Life
    » Novartis Goes Hi-Tech With Pills That Snitch & More
    » Commentary: When Is a ĎDrug Emergencyí No Longer a ĎDrug Emergencyí?
    » Commentary: Orthorexia Nervosa ó When Righteous Eating Becomes a Mental Health Risk
    » Newborn Screening for Congenital Hypothyroidism
    » Debutant Mitra Keluarga Makes a Splash at the Local Bourse
    » Govt Drops Language Tests for Foreigners
    » Marken Announces New Shanghai Office
    » Australia's Healthcare Has Good Vital Signs, But Sustainability, Costs And Sources Of Funding Are Critical Areas, Says Frost & Sullivan
    » Biomarker Testing Before First Line Therapy Key to Improving Survival Rates for Patients Newly Diagnosed With Metastatic Colorectal Cancer
    » TB Patients Urged to Use Primary Care Facilities
    » Gearing up to End the Overlooked Killer
    » Reach, Treat and Cure Everyone with Tuberculosis
    » Philips and Mount Sinai Health System Collaborate to Advance Clinical Research through New Digital Pathology Database and Analytics
    » Kalbe Spared from Lawsuits in Siloam Incidents
    » One RW, One Nurse to Start in June
    » Islands in Focus: Another Orang Rimba Child Dies
    » Orang Rimba Demand Health, Education Facilities
    » Big Tobacco Cares About Vape Effects
    » ADI and IAGG Select Care Expo for Education Programs
    » Nuvesse Skin Therapies Announces Presentation of Top-line Clinical Data Supporting Ability of Cellulationô Technology to Actively Deliver Topically Applied Skin Therapies Faster and Deeper
    » How to Build a Solid Healthcare Content Management Foundation for Data Ownership, Interoperability and a Complete Patient Record
    » Sirtex Reports Preliminary SIRFLOX Study Results
    » Kalbe Farma Was ĎNegligentí in Production of Deadly Drugs: Health Minister
    » Kalbe Farma Case to Undergo Mediation
    » Siloam Hospital not Found to have Committed Malpractice: Ministry
    » Colombia Drug Debate Revived as Herbicide Deemed Carcinogen
    » US Anti-drugs Work in Colombia Uses Cancer-linked Herbicide
    » Countries Urged to Scale up TB Elimination Efforts
    » Nutraceutical Industry Development Conference will be Organised during HNC 2015
    » Mandatory Health Checks for Grooms-To-Be
    » Greater Jakarta: City Deploys Family-planning Service Cars
    » Midwifery Added to Health Scheme, but More Still Needed
    » What Expecting Mothers Need to Know About Hepatitis B
    » Coke a Good Snack? Health Experts Who Work with Coke Say So
    » Data Presented at ACC Demonstrates Benefits of Keystone Heart's TriGuard(TM) Cerebral Protection Device During TAVR
    » [KIMES 2015] Korea's Largest Medical Expo Held
    » Breast Cancer: Targeted Therapies Offer Novel Treatment Modalities
    » Demand for Mitra Keluargaís Shares Huge
    » E. Java to Build Narcotics Hospital
    » Philips Spotlights IntelliSpace Cardiovascular Image and Information Management Solution at the American College of Cardiology Conference
    » New flash: IPSOS: Public has High Trust for and Awareness of JKN
    » Greater Jakarta: 343 Suffer Dengue in South Jakarta
    » BPOM to Continue Probe into Kalbe in Hospital Deaths
    » BPJS Should be Decentralized
    » Merck Books Slight Growth in 2014 Profits
    » Thousands Report Economic Pressures Impacting a Good Night's Sleep, Philips 10-country Survey Reveals
    » Samsung Bioepis Submits Marketing Authorization Application For SB2, A Remicade (Infliximab) Biosimilar
    » Kimia Farma Builds Rp1.3t Factory in West Java
    » Cerner To Integrate Patient-Generated Data Using Validic Digital Health Platform
    » Frost & Sullivan Honours Mibelle Biochemistry for its Discovery of Snow Algae Powder, an Active Ingredient for Anti-Ageing Skin Care Products
    » Volcano Receives CE Mark for iFR Scout Pullback Software to Help Diagnose Serial Lesions and Diffuse Coronary Disease
    » Are Undercooked Eggs Safe?
    » Green Cross Expands Cell Therapy Business in China
    » China's BeiGene Selects SAFC CHOZNģ Platform for Commercial Drug Development
    » Health Minister to Suggest Evaluation of BPJS Health Insurance
    » International Cooperation Urged to Overcome Global Drug Problem
    » New Objet260 Dental Selection 3D Printer Takes Digital Dentistry Realism and Precision to the Next Level
    » Sky News, Helen Dalley Interviews Dr Graham Kelly
    » Mandiri InHealth Acquisition to be Completed Soon
    » Tribal Children Suffer from Hunger, Illness
    » Redoubled Efforts Needed to Achieve Sexual, Reproductive Health Rights: UNFPA
    » Kalbe Farma Business Remains on Track Despite Weak Rupiah
    » Agency Terminates Buvanest Drug Permit After Deaths
    » Obesity Is Weighing on the US Economy
    » 6 Reasons Why You Are Not Pregnant Yet
    » Origins of AIDS Virus Strains Traced to Gorillas
    » Mundipharma Demonstrates How You Can Keep Yourself And Your Loved Ones Protected With BETADINE In Relieving Influenza Symptoms
    » Innovative App Determines Prostate Cancer Risk Level
    » Denovo Biopharma Licenses Late-Stage Neuroscience Drug From Lilly For Development As A Personalized Medicine
    » Frost & Sullivan Applauds Neopeutics' Commitment to Accelerating the Delivery of New Nature-Based Pharmaceuticals and Therapeutics
    » Dig up Knowledge of Bamboo for Healing
    » National Scene: BPOM Monitors Recall of Kalbe Drugs
    » Greater Jakarta: City Gives BPJS Cards to Inmates
    » National Scene: Minister Maintains Impartiality in Kalbe Case
    » Prevent Conflicts of Interest in Reducing Malnutrition
    » RI, Hungary Cooperate in Higher Education for Health
  » Februari
    » BPOM Assures Total Recall of Drugs Allegedly Tied to Deaths
    » Greater Jakarta: Leprosy Hospital Provides Integrated Services
    » The 8 Side Effects of Vitamin D Deficiency
    » Too Many Waiting for Blood Stem Cell Transplants: Study
    » Omnicell, Inc. Signs Agreement to Acquire Germany-based Pharmacy Automation Provider, MACH4 Pharma Systems
    » Embrace the Future of Medical Technologies with Frost & Sullivan
    » Introducing Lully - the ONLY Proven Solution to Night Terrors
    » Saudi Reports 10 MERS Deaths in a Week
    » Minister: BPJS Kesehatan Premiums to Increase This Year
    » Mitra Keluarga to List on IDX in March
    » Euthanasia and Living Wills in Malaysia - Two Sides of the Coin
    » On Stem Cells, Patients Beware
    » Ebola Drug Shows some Promise in First Tests in West Africa
    » Empowering Youth Living with Disabilities to Focus on Abilities
    » Eating Peanuts Early Could Prevent Allergy in Infants
    » 5 Natural Ways to Increase Thrombocyte Levels
    » Investigation Into Deadly Drug Mix-Up Continues
    » University of Tubingen and Mediso Enter Into a Collaboration to Develop a Preclinical PET Insert for Simultaneous Acquisition in High Field MRI Systems
    » Merck Serono and Sysmex Inostics Announce First Liquid Biopsy RAS Biomarker Testing Center Opens: Important Milestone for mCRC Patients
    » Rehab for 400,000 Drug Abusers in 2016
    » US Authorities Discover Deadly 'Bourbon' Virus
    » Not All Germs Are Created Equal
    » US Experts Declare Cholesterol No Longer a Concern
    » WHO Gives Green Light to 15-Minute Ebola Test
    » India Struggles to Contain H1N1 Outbreak as Death Toll Hits 700
    » Saudi Healthy Ministry Data Show Surge in MERS Deaths
    » Drug-Resistant Malaria Parasite Said to Be Spreading
    » Safeguard Against Cancer: The Lifestyle Changes You Can Make Now
    » Ground-breaking Research and Healthcare Innovations Revealed at the World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) 2015
    » Eastern Europe Rises as the Top Region for Healthcare Investments
    » BPOM Suspends Distribution of Kalbe Farmaís Buvanest Spinal Linked to Deaths
    » Flu Shot Said to Protect Against New Strain of H7N9
    » Ebola-Hit Nations Pledge to Eradicate Virus in 60 Days
    » Ministry Requests Rp654b to Improve Primary Healthcare Services
    » One Million Drug Addicts Need Medical Care
    » Jakartans Warned of Rising Dengue Fever
    » Kinex Pharmaceuticals Licenses Patents from Hong Kong Polytechnic University
    » Jakarta Governor Seeks Tough Stance Against Toxic Food
    » Merck Strengthens Presence as Leading Oncology Company by Taking Full Promotional Responsibility for Erbitux in Japan
    » That Glass of Merlot May Not Actually Be Good for Your Health
    » BioFire Defense, a bioMerieux Company, Receives Prestigious Frost & Sullivan's 2014 Global New Product Innovation Award for its FilmArray(R) Ebola Test
    » Understanding Degenerative Diseases and Its Prevention
    » 5 Simple Things That May Lead To Cervical Cancer
    » Commentary: How to Boost Child Survival in Indonesiaís Remote Regions
    » Jokowi Urged to Sign Tobacco Treaty to Protect Children
    » Govt to Raise Age of Marriage
    » All Puskesmas to be Able to Detect Cancer
    » AIDS Activists Use Social Media to Reach Gay Community
    » Ebola Cases on Rise for First Time this Year, WHO Says
    » Stocks Jump as Health Care, Energy Stocks Advance
    » HIV not Transmitted via Used Clothing, PKBI Says
    » City Allocates Rp1.3t for Health Card
    » Next-Generation Delivery Models Built on Value and Quality of Care to Shape Future Healthcare, Finds Frost & Sullivan
    » Next-Generation Delivery Models Built on Value and Quality of Care to Shape Future Healthcare, Finds Frost & Sullivan
    » Smilables Inc. Launches a Breakthrough System Designed to Benefit Babies' Brain Development and Aid New Parents
    » Octa Shines Light on Consumers' 'Tech Health'
    » FDA Approves 3D-Koning Breast CT
    » Affordable Funding Increase Can Save Three Million Lives Per Year From Cancer in Low- and Middle-income Countries (LMICs) by 2030
    » U.S. FDA Grants Priority Review to YONDELISģ NDA for Advanced Soft-tissue Sarcoma
    » Innovations in Oncologic Imaging Are Enabling Earlier Detection of Cancers
    » Jokowi Promises War on Drugs for a ĎGolden Indonesiaí
    » Commentary: How to Eradicate Anti-Vaccine Fever
    » ADES Expands into Cosmetic, Health-product Business
    » We Can Beat Cancer
    » Govt to Increase Narcotics Rehab Facilities
    » Magnifying Impact of Health Coverage to Save Womenís Lives
    » Pasar Rebo Puskesmas Favorite among LGBTs
    » Govt Wants to Rehabilitate 100,000 Drug Addicts in 2015
    » Govt to Extend Activation of JKN Insurance to One Month
  » Januari
    » Siloam Hospital Eyes Further Expansion in 2015
    » Vomaris and Arthrex Announce Exclusive Global Distribution Agreement for Procelleraģ Technology
    » FOXFIRE and FOXFIRE Global Studies Complete Patient Enrolment
    » MicroConstants China In-licenses Global Rights of AA98 Antibody Drug Candidates from Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
    » The Society for Clinical Data Management: Looking Back on 2014, Forward to 2015
    » US Based Non-Profit To Open A Children's Hospital In Lao PDR
    » Probe Links Sugary Drinks with Earlier Menstruation
    » Vouchers and Cyber-friends: New Keys to Good Health?
    » China Cord Blood Corporation and Cord Blood Registry Enter Into Strategic Collaboration
    » Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Bio-Rad's Digital PCR Platform, the QX200ô AutoDGô Droplet Digitalô PCR System For New Product Innovation
    » BioXcel Initiates Rare Disease Project with Alexion Utilizing Big Data Innovation Lab
    » NEC Delivers Infrared Thermography Cameras as a Countermeasure Against Ebola
    » Commentary: Asia-Pacific Can Lead World to End AIDS Epidemic
    » Malnutrition, Stunted Growth Plague even Fish-rich Regions
    » Puffing Away: The Smoke Around the Science of E-Cigarettes
    » These Peculiar Indonesian Fruits Are Actually Good for Your Kidneys
    » Gates Foundation Sees Huge Gains Against Disease, Poverty by 2030
    » WHO Warns of NCD Threat
    » WHO Urges more Action to Fight Non-communicable Diseases
    » Govt, Civil Society Team up to Control HIV/AIDS
    » China Diagnosed 104,000 New HIV/AIDS Cases in 2014
    » Sales of Traditional Jamu Projected to Hit Rp20t in 2015: Industry Minister
    » Indonesiaís Addiction to Sugar and Fat
    » If You Work at a Desk in an Office too Long, Youíll Turn Violent One Day
    » BKPM to Facilitate More Investment in Petrochemical, Pharmaceutical and Steel
    » BKPM to Trial New Licensing System in Major Provinces
    » Health Sense: Dealing with Real Pains in the Neck
    » Finding a Better Way to Fix Corneas
    » Metabolism Becomes a Pointer for Quitting Smoking
    » 70 Children in N. Sulawesi HIV Positive
    » Birth Control Shot May Boost HIV Risk
    » Govt Pushes for More Research on Herbal Medicine
    » Discourse: While on the Brink of Overclaim, More Hospitals Join JKN Program
    » After Shaky Start, JKN Progress is Praised
    » Why Getting Fitter Boosts Even the Survival of the Fattest
    » Researchers: IMF Policies Hindered Ebola Response
» 2014
  » Desember
    » Drug Cases on the Rise Nationwide
    » Healthcare Program Needs Effort, Patience, But Worth It Say Users
    » Raising Tobacco Tax Improves National Health, Economic Benefits
    » Trade Minister Seeks to Nominate Puan as 'Jamu' Ambassador
    » Govt Mulls Raising JKN Premium to Control Bills
    » A*STAR Scientists Discover Gene Critical for Proper Brain Development
    » Global Life Expectancy Rises
    » Autism Risk Linked to Particulate Air Pollution
    » Anti-Diabetic Drug Springs New Hope for Tuberculosis Patients
    » Soaring Bills Bring Trouble for BPJS
    » Indonesian Youths Fight for Right to Sexual Health
    » VP Kalla Moot on Reviving Blood Drive
    » Lower IQ Seen After Exposure to Plastic Chemicals
    » Are Indonesian Physicians Ready for ASEAN Economic Community?
    » Bio Farma Continues Presidency of the Developing Country Vaccine Manufacturers Network (DCVMN)
    » Bio Farma Awarded Gold PROPER by the Indonesian Ministry Of Environment&Forestry
    » Obesity Clips Up to 8 Years Off Your Life, Says Study
    » Pakistani Blood Transfusions Spreading Hepatitis, HIV
    » Disabled Community Wants Better Public Services, Equal Opportunity
    » WHO Makes Cervical Cancer Protection Easier, Cheaper
    » Mosquito-Borne Chikungunya Now Spreading Rapidly Through South Pacific
    » The Worrying Increase of HIV/AIDS in Indonesia
    » Editorial: Aid Our children
    » Diabetes in Midlife Could Lead to Mental Decline by 70: Study
    » WHO Warning as China Says Nearly 500,000 Living With HIV
    » Inmates With HIV Told to See the Shrink
  » Nopember
    » Companies Risk Double Payments on Health Care
    » Indonesia Health Cards and the ĎMissing Middleí
    » BKPM Vows to Help Investors
    » BPJS Mulls Revising Health Insurance Regulation
    » Employees Fear Downgraded Health Benefits in BPJS Health
    » Buying Time on BPJS health
    » Philipsí Health Division Sees Strong Growth in RI
    » Health Sense: Pelvic Organ Prolapse can be Managed with Surgery
    » Another Health Reform: What do We really Need?
    » Obesity Causes 500,000 Cancer Cases per Year, Says WHO
    » RI Children Suffer from Stunted Growth
    » Health Insurance for the Masses
    » ĎRat Poisoní Drug Warning After India Sterilization Deaths
    » India Seeks to Cash In on Global Demand for Ancient Remedies
    » Novo Nordisk Injects Itself Into Policy Process
    » Lung Cancer Drug Trials Show Promise
    » WHO Calls for Concerted Efforts to Fight Antibiotic Resistance
    » Jokowi Unveils Slate of Social Benefit Cards to Confusion
    » Experts: Surabaya Brothel Closures Hit HIV Prevention
    » New Cards are First Steps toward Prosperity for All, Says Jokowi
    » Indonesia Urged to Guard Against New Co-Epidemic: Tuberculosis and Diabetes
    » Jokowi Launches Indonesia Health Card and Smart Card
    » Jokowi Launches Indonesia Health Card and Smart Card
    » Oxfam Outlines Barriers to Tackling Ebola
    » Patient Suspected of Having Ebola Hospitalized in Madiun
    » Welfare Program Kicks Off
    » Legacy of SARS in Asia Offers Lessons for Ebola Fight
  » Oktober
    » Indonesians Say Health Important, but Donít Act on It: Research
    » Long-Acting Contraceptives Still Often Not Free For Women
    » Health Protection for Indonesians Abroad
    » Living with (Shackled) Schizophrenia
    » Oxfam to Triple Ebola Prevention Programs in Sierra Leone, Liberia
    » WHO Fails to Respond to Ebola Spread
    » Can We Now Write the Final Chapter on AIDS?
    » Smokers to Face Rp1 Million Fine
    » UMY-Germany Plan Cardio and Cancer Center
    » Govt Races to Ready Timely Delivery of Clinic Upgrades
    » Rp2b Worth of Unregistered ĎHerbalí Drugs Seized in Bekasi
    » Jakarta to Improve Mental Health
    » No Bra Day Unhooks Cancer Prevention Debate
    » In Indonesia, Combating the Stigma of Mental Illness
    » Health of Ebola Patient in Spain Worsens: Hospital
    » South Sulawesi school hit with hepatitis A outbreak
    » World awaits effective and affordable HIV/AIDS cure
    » Ebola Case in Spain Fuels Fear of European Outbreak
    » Nobel Prize for Medicine Goes to Discoverers of Brainís Internal GPS
    » Experts Warn About Lax Airport Screening for Ebola
    » IPMG initiates public-private collaboration against graft in healthcare sector
    » Community, Officials Campaign against Rabies
    » Lippo to Build $40m Siloam Hospital in Bandung
    » Sumatra Lab Teaches Rapid Rabies Test
  » September
    » PMI to Build Plants That Make Bags Holding Blood and Plasma, Reducing Imports
    » House Passes New Insurance Law after 2 Years of Deliberation
    » Two More Report Controversial Clinic
    » YLKI: Muslim Consumers Need Halal Protection
    » Siloam Plans to Open 29 New Hospitals by 2017
    » Woman Files Report against Controversial Clinic
    » ĎJolie Effectí Behind Rise of Breast Cancer Tests: Study
    » Risk of Mutant Airborne Ebola Possible but Unlikely: Scientists
    » European Commission Grants Lilly and Boehringer Ingelheim's Insulin Glargine Product Marketing Authorisation In Europe
    » Hunger Easing Globally, but 1 in 9 People Reported to Be Undernourished
    » Red Cross Eyes Brides, Grooms as Potential Blood Donors
    » Safety Integral at Siloam Hospitals
    » Break the Shackles of Stigma on Mental Health Care in Indonesia
    » Zebrafish Genes Linked to Human Respiratory Diseases
    » Liberian President Appeals to Obama for US Help to Beat Ebola
    » President-Elect Jokowi Must Fill Funding Gap in HIV Fight: UN
    » BPOM Confiscates Illegal Drugs and Cosmetics
    » House to Pass Health Workers Bill Despite Protests
    » Taking Preventive Steps in Indonesia to Fight Ebola
    » Death of Patient With High Fever Sparks Ebola Fears in Medan
    » Ebola Death Toll Rises to at Least 2,296: WHO
    » America's #1 Disease Forecaster & World's First & Only Disease Almanac Publisher
    » License, Distribution and Supply Agreement to Market Cholecalciferol in mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan
    » One Person Commits Suicide Every 40 Seconds: WHO
    » WHO Urges Drug Companies, Regulators to Speed Ebola Work
    » Needle-Free Delivery Devices Shape the Future of Vaccines, Says Frost & Sullivan -- Emerging technologies will include 'smaller than a fingernail' nanopatch vaccines
    » Data From Global Atrial Fibrillation Registry Show Antithrombotic Agents Not Optimally Used to Prevent Stroke
    » Sido Muncul Takes Control of Rival Berlico in Rp 124.9b Deal
    » Observer: Abortion Contrary to Law
    » World ĎLosing Battleí to Contain Ebola Amid Severe Food Shortages in West Africa
    » Executive Column: RI Remains Big Market despite Growing Local Firms: Merck
    » Health Insurance Take-up Remains Low
  » Agustus
    » Sitting is the New Smoking, so Get off Your Bottom
    » Govt to Accredit Public Health Service Centers
    » WHO: More Ebola Cases in Past Week than Any Other
    » Danger of Ebola as Haj Pilgrims Kept in Dark
    » SBY to Initiate Intíl Meeting on Ebola
    » Takeda Announces Completion of the Post-Marketing Commitment to Submit Data to the FDA, the EMA and the PMDA for Pioglitazone Containing Medicines Including ACTOS
    » Frost & Sullivan: Change in Demographics and Surge in Domestic Manufacturing Drive Asia-Pacific Medical Devices Market
    » Health Needs to Become a Priority in Indonesia
    » China Says to Let Foreign Investors Set Up Hospitals
    » Frost & Sullivan Applauds Volpara Solutions' Clear Vision in Identifying the Importance of Dose Tracking and Quantitative Analytics in the Early Detection of Breast Cancer
    » Japan to Increase RI Nurse Quota in 2015
    » Healthy Indonesia Cards may Subsume JKN Insurance Program
    » LIPI Awards Three Inventions
    » Frost & Sullivan: Healthcare Investor Focus on Malaysia Grows, Bolstered by Government Support and Medical Tourism
    » No Ebola Case in RI: Ministry
    » Ebola Virus Spread Continuously Monitored: Minister
    » Why Indonesia Should Legalize Abortion
    » Novel Gene Predicts Both Breast Cancer Relapse and Response to Chemotherapy
    » Sierra Leone Makes Hiding Ebola Patients Illegal
    » Jiwasraya Mulls IPO plan amid Acquisition Reports
    » Indonesian Ulema Council to Hold Halal Expo
    » Strengthening Surveillance Key to Keeping Ebola from Indonesia
    » Toward a Concrete Nutrition Policy
    » American Green Technology(R) Installs HRMS Technology in Plastic Surgery Clinic in Hong Kong
    » Aptuit SSCI Adds Ultra High Resolution Q-TOF Mass Spectrometer for Large & Small Molecule Analyses
    » Lincor Unveils Next Generation TV-based Patient Engagement Solution
    » Amerigen Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Announces that its Chinese Subsidiary, Suzhou Amerigen Pharmaceuticals Co. Ltd., has Received Chinese FDA (CFDA) Approval and has Subsequently Launched its Generic Mecoba
    » Solid Public-Private Partnership the Key to Successful SJSN
    » Western National Interests Are Driving Drug Development
    » Disease Outbreak Control Discussed at GHSA Meeting
    » Council Urges Universal Access to Health Coverage
    » Indonesiaís Abortion Clause at 40 Days Draws Further Ire
    » Domestically Manufactured ARV Medication Warmly Welcomed
    » Govt Prepares Rules on Abortion
    » Health Ministry Prepares New Healthcare Services Rates
    » Minister Proposes Health Insurance Subsidy Increase
    » Fighting Ebola the Medieval Way
    » Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Baxano Surgical as a Leader in MIS Spine Innovation
    » New Life Sciences Research Reveals Early Stage Treatments to Help Scientists in the Fight against Ebola
    » A Young Legislatorís Push for Health Care for the People
    » Behind the Rise in Indonesiaís HIV/AIDS Numbers, Weak Policies
    » For Mentally Ill, Indonesiaís New Law Brings Hope for Change
    » Liberia Gives Experimental Ebola Drug to Three African Doctors
    » Education Meaningless without Healthcare System: SBY
    » Coherus Announces CHS-1420 (Investigational Adalimumab Biosimilar) Meets Primary Endpoint In Pivotal Pharmacokinetic Clinical Study
    » Remember the Movie ĎOutbreak?í Yeah, Ebolaís Not Really Like That
    » Education, Health Tops President Yudhoyono`s Agenda
    » Study: Too Much Exercise may be Bad for Heart
    » New Lower Cost Lupus Diagnosis Kit from Indonesia
    » Ebola Highlights Growing Global Virus Threat: Experts
    » Indonesia to Educate Potential Hajj Pilgrims on Ebola
    » New Regulation Further Restricts Legal Abortions
    » Kalbe Eyeing Phapros Stake in 2015 IPO
    » Biocompatible Protective Coatings Widen Application Scope in Medical Devices, Finds Frost & Sullivan
    » Liberia Says US Authorities OK Use of Experimental Ebola Drug
    » A New Beginning: ResMed's New Air Solutions Connected Care Platform for Treating Sleep-Disordered Breathing
    » International Cooperation Crucial to Block Spread of Fatal Ebola Virus
    » Lippo Karawaci Benefiting From Focus on Hospitals
    » Regency Concerned by Rising HIV/AIDS Cases
    » Health Ministry Warns of Ebola Outbreak
    » Kalbe Farma to Start Producing Cancer Drugs
    » Nigeriaís Largest City Asks for Volunteers to Fight Ebola
    » WHO Declares Ebola Epidemic an International Health Emergency
    » Ebola Drug From Japan May Emerge Among Key Candidates
    » New Nigeria Ebola Cases Amid Fears Epidemic ĎOut of Controlí
    » Bali on Alert for Ebola Spread
    » Ethical Issue: Who Gets Experimental Ebola Drug?
    » Mundipharma Announces Principal Partner Sponsorship for Singapore's National Day Parade 2014
    » Accenture and Philips Announce Proof of Concept App to Show how ALS Patients could Gain Greater Control of their Lives through Brain, Voice and Eye Commands
    » Frost & Sullivan Honors Vitro Biopharma for its Outstanding Technological Innovations and Business Strategy in the Stem Cell Tools Industry
    » New Campaign Aims to End Malaria by Using iPhones
    » Ebola Death Toll Rises to 887: WHO
    » Omega Laboratories Quadruples Hair Drug Testing Capabilities
    » Papua to Build Hospital for HIV/AIDS Patients
    » Japan Women Worldís Longest-Lived as Male Lifespan Tops 80
    » WHO Launching $100 Million Plan to Combat Ebola
  » Juli
    » invendo medical Appoints Nachum (Homi) Shamir To The Company's Board Of Directors
    » Malaysia Seeks Medical Tourism Crown as Indonesians Fly Over for Care
    » A Treatment Revolution is Underway: All-Oral Therapies Transform Global Hepatitis C Antiviral Market
    » Frost & Sullivan: Integration of Services is Crucial for Patient-Centric Healthcare Systems
    » IFPMA Supports World Hepatitis Day 2014
    » Kalbe Farmaís First-Half Profit Rises 8%
    » Action Needed ASAP to Fight Viral Hepatitis
    » Fast-Tracking the Global HIV Response - Day 5 at AIDS 2014
    » Canola Oil Helps Control Blood Glucose in People with Type 2 Diabetes
    » ActvContent Unveils Sync: The All-In-One Smartband That Monitors Health, Safety and Fitness, at Wearable Tech Expo, New York
    » Sido Munculís First-Half Profit Surges 87%
    » Frost & Sullivan Recognizes Siemens Healthcare with the Product Leadership Award for Innovative Techniques in Abdominal Imaging
    » Frost & Sullivan: Health Information Exchange Systems are Critical to the Integration of Healthcare Services
    » BGI Tech Launches Human Whole Exome Sequencing Service on Complete Genomics' Advanced Platform
    » Sido Muncul Sets $30 Mln Acquisition Plan for Smaller Herbal Makers
    » Fasting Can Boost Our Mental Health
    » MDiT Forum and Regulation Summit 2014: Gearing up MD Development by Regulation & Innovation
    » Hopp Acquires LTS Shares From Novartis & BWK
    » Publication of the Programme for the World Congress on Safety and Health at Work 2014
    » Indonesia ĎBeing Left Behindí in HIV Fight
    » New Reports From The Alzheimer's Association International Conferenceģ 2014 Show Progress In Early Detection, Identifying Risk Factors, And Treatment Trial Updates
    » IBA Receives FDA Approval of its New Compact Gantry Clearing the Way for ProteusģONE
    » Cryoport and DHL Partner to Provide Cryogenic Logistics Solutions for Life Sciences and Healthcare Clients
    » BioSpain 2014 Expands its Investment Forum Through Wider Range of Investor Profiles and more Participating Companies
    » Newly-Published Study Confirms Stretta to be Valuable GERD Treatment
    » CEM's Breakthrough High-Efficiency Peptide Synthesis Technology Wins R&D 100 Award
    » UNFPA Launches First Reproductive Health Clinics for Young People
    » Three-Year Program Targets Malnutrition
    » IPMG internal discussion on gratification
    » New Eyeglass Lens Helps Our Eyes Keep Up with our Digital Lives
    » Abbott to Sell its Developed Markets Branded Generics Pharmaceuticals Business to Mylan
    » Smell And Eye Tests Show Potential To Detect Alzheimer's Early
    » NPCB Malaysia Issues GMP Certificate to Bilcare Global Clinical Supplies
    » Abbott Builds Long-Term Commitment in China
    » New Law Guarantees Better Care for Patients with Mental Illness
    » Hydrating Properly during Ramadhan
    » Founding of WAIDID, the World Association for Infectious Diseases and Immunological Disorders Unveiled at the Infectious Diseases World Summit Shanghai 5-6 July 2014
    » MEDTEC China to Promote the Combination of Medical Production, Teaching & Research
    » As Millions Vape, E-Cigarette Researchers Count Puffs, Scour Facebook
    » Fortris10: The Antioxidant Answer to Supporting Your Health
    » Advanced First Aid Research appoints Allen Loh as Chief Executive Officer
    » HIV/AIDS Patients not Alone in Survival
    » Taipei Medical University-Taipei Cancer Center Offers a New and Noninvasive Treatment for Bone Cancer Pain
    » On Maternal Health, Future First Lady Has Work Cut Out for Her
    » House Finalizes Draft of Mental Health Law
    » RI Gets Tough on Illegal Liquor and Cigarettes
    » Ebola Toll Jumps to 467 as Ministers Mull Response
    » Pictorial Warning on Tobacco Products Ineffective: YLKI
    » AMRI Completes Acquisition of Oso Biopharmaceuticals Manufacturing
    » World Cup May Be Last Tournament for Dengue Mosquitoes
    » Hanmi Pharmaceuticals and Collaborative Partner Kinex Pharmaceuticals Report Encouraging Results on Oraxolģ for Patients with Advanced Gastric Cancer from a Phase I/II Clinical Study
    » Top-Line Results From Phase 3 Study Of Sebelipase Alfa In Children And Adults With LAL Deficiency
  » Juni
    » Frost & Sullivan: Indonesia Continues to be One of the More Attractive Markets in ASEAN for Foreign Healthcare Companies
    » CHMP Recommends Lilly and Boehringer Ingelheim's New Insulin Glargine Product for Approval in the European Union
    » ReWalk(TM) Personal Exoskeleton System Approved by FDA for Home Use
    » Only 13.44% Cigarette Brands Bear Warnings
    » Fighting for Their Lives: "Economist" Intelligence Unit Report Finds Patient Groups Lead Global Efforts to Address Hepatitis C
    » Simbionix Introduces the First VR Training Module for the Practice of Vaginal Cuff Closure Suturing Using Barbed Sutures With State of the Art Haptics
    » CPhI Istanbul Cements Rapid Pharma Sector Growth in Eurasia, Central Asia and MENA Regions
    » Govt to Launch Pilot Project for Drug-use Rehabilitation
    » More Collaborative Efforts Needed to Tackle Hepatitis, HIV/AIDS: Deputy Minister
    » Fish Provides more than just Essential Omega-3 Fatty Acids
    » Editorial: A Battle over Pictures
    » Editorial: Urgent Steps Needed to Reduce Smoking
    » President Bill Clinton, UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibe and activist Sir Bob Geldof to address the 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014)
    » One Dead, Fifteen Ill After Suspected Food Poisoning Strikes Depok Preschool
    » Editorial: Urgent Steps Needed to Reduce Smoking
    » Indonesia Rolls Out Graphic Health Warnings on Cigarette Packs
    » AMRI Announces Early Termination of HSR Waiting Period for Acquisition of Oso Biopharmaceuticals Manufacturing
    » Patients Dissatisfied with Digital System
    » Alert on Unhealthy Food during Ramadhan
    » Leper Village Hidden in Belawan Industrial Zone
    » Tobacco Control will not Harm Economy: Activists
    » 33 Award Winning Medical Products: Which Medtech Companies Took Home the Gold?
    » RI, US Firms Sign Deal to Produce Medical Isotopes
    » SEIN Set to Include Medical Equipment in its Portfolio
    » US Says Government Lab Workers Possibly Exposed to Anthrax
    » Transesophageal Echocardiography Training Simulator From Simbionix Helps Learners Master Clinical Skills
    » Nearly 60% Of People Worldwide Incorrectly Believe That Alzheimer's Disease Is A Typical Part Of Aging
    » Neurim Pharmaceuticals Announces Publication of Positive Effects of Add-on Circadin(R) in Alzheimer's Disease Patients
    » JHL Biotech Closes $35 Million Series B Financing
    » 33 Award Winning Medical Products: Which Medtech Companies Took Home the Gold?
    » PMI Needs More Donors of Rare Rh-negative Blood
    » Laborie Acquires BUCK Elektromedizin And BUCKmeditec
    » Janssen Announces License Agreement With Vertex to Develop Novel Treatment for Influenza A
    » One Week for Companies to Put Graphic Warnings on Cigarettes
    » Avian Flu Claims Victim in Jakarta
    » Studies Show Investigational New Insulin Glargine Product from Lilly and Boehringer Ingelheim Similar in Safety and Efficacy to Lantus(R)
    » Frost & Sullivan Recognizes OSNovative for its Self-Adaptive Enluxtra Wound Care Technology
    » Soho Seeks Herbal Medicine Sales of Rp1t
    » Indonesiaís Poor Swap Garbage for Health Care
    » Sex Workers Reminded for Medical Check Up
    » First Patient Enrolled in Investigator Initiated REDUCE Study
    » Joko, Prabowo Critized for Neglecting Health Issues
    » New Mother Billed, Despite Having KJS Card
    » Puskesmas Install Online Referral System
    » Phapros Set to Raise Rp500b From 2015 IPO
    » Sanofi to Present New Clinical Data at American Diabetes Association 74th Scientific Sessions
    » Health and Fitness Website "MoveIt4.com" from California, is Now Available in Japanese and Chinese!
    » BioXcel Expands PharmGPSô Platform to Facilitate the Design of Orphan Disease Treatments
    » AIDS Mobile App Pushes Testing and Treatment
    » Hospital Provides Free Cataract Surgery
    » Gene Expression Profiling Drives Personalized Medicine Worldwide, Finds Frost & Sullivan
    » Mayapada Hospitals to Acquire Control of Prima Healthcare
    » City Gets more Assistance from Cipto Hospital, UI
    » Coherus BioSciences Appoints Vince R. Anicetti as Senior Vice President, Global Quality
    » BPJS Should Cover Drug Rehab Costs, Says BNN
    » Uncontrolled Alternative Medicines Cause Concern
    » Workers Protest at Poor Health Service
    » High-growth Markets of Eurasia, Central Asia and MENA Regions
    » Merck to Collaborate with Sysmex Inostics on a Blood-Based RAS Biomarker Test
    » Investigational Drug AZD9291 Shows Clinical Responses in Patients With Advanced NSCLC Who Have Previously Failed on Established EGFR TKIs
    » Mundipharma and Genewel Sign Agreement Across Key Global Markets for Licensing and Promotion of Medifoam(R)
    » Girl Dies after Diet Medicine Overdose
    » City to Expand 18 Puskesmas
    » AMRI to Acquire Oso Biopharmaceuticals Manufacturing
    » Malaysia Says Cadbury Chocolates Free from Pork
    » Editorial: Raise Cigarette Tax
    » Doctors Use Immune Therapy against Cervical Cancer
    » Health Ministry Orders more Bylaws against Smoking
    » Cadbury Says All Its Products in Indonesia are Halal
  » Mei
    » Health Minister Disappointed at Tobacco Convention Ratification Delay
    » Pharmacyclicsí Leukemia Drug Beats Glaxoís In Head-to-Head Trial
    » Merck Serono to Release New Pipeline Data at ASCO 2014 from Early-Stage Investigational Compounds in Difficult-to-Treat Cancers
    » Frost & Sullivan: A Rise in IPOs Revive Investments for the Global Pharma and Biotech Industry
    » China Crackdowns Squeeze Pharma Margins
    » Govt Told to Increase Tobacco Taxes
    » BPOM Shines Spotlight on Cadbury, Bourbon
    » Awareness up about the Dangers of Smoking
    » Increased Taxes Prevent Young People from Smoking: WHO
    » Sanofi and Lilly announce licensing agreement for Cialis(R) (tadalafil) OTC
    » A Silver Lining for Small Cancer Survivors
    » Hospital Flies to Remote Regions to Coach Young Doctors
    » Tahir Foundation Offers Free Cancer Treatment for Children
    » Fake Drugs Sold Online Seized in Crackdown
    » Abiogen Pharma Signed an Agreement With Lee's Pharma for License, Distribution and Supply Agreement to Market Neridronic Acid in mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau
    » Candidates Urged to Develop Clear Vision on Health
    » Discrimination against People with HIV/AIDS to be Punishable
    » Govt Urged to Drop Plan on ARV Budget Cut
    » RI Ready to Confront Climate Impact, MERS: Minister
    » Prevention is the Best Medicine for MERS Virus
    » Cigna Expects Double-digit Growth, Expands Operations
    » Deteriorating Health the No.1 Retirement Concern for Singapore Investors -- Manulife Survey
    » Painful and Rapid Spread of New Virus in Caribbean
    » Germanyís Schott to Boost Presence in Indonesiaís Pharmaceutical Sector
    » IPMG Promotes Cost-Effective Healthcare Service
    » SBY Cuts Rp 100t from Ministry and Govt Institution Budgets
    » 67th World Health Assembly Kicks off in Geneva
    » GSK Dodged Millions in China Drug Tax Scam: State Media
    » Sidomuncul to Acquire Berlico Mulia Farma by End of This Month
    » City to Build Childrenís Hospitals
    » Herbal Plants Give Color to Pasar Minggu Neighborhood
    » US States Move to Expand Experimental Drug Use
    » Kalbe to Spend $149m on Business Expansion
    » Kalbe Senses AEC Opportunity
    » SHL to Attend the 2014 PDA Japan: A Collaborative Approach to Developing Combination Products
    » No Changes to ĎUmrahí Schedules despite MERS Scare, Says Minister
    » Indonesiaís Revised Negative Investment List Is Truly Negative
    » City to Add Heart, Cancer Hospitals
    » Darling Ingredients Inc. Reports First Quarter 2014 Financial Results
    » ScinoPharm and Lee's Pharmaceutical Jointly Develop a Number of Drug Products for the Chinese Market
    » Hundreds of Leprosy Patients Seek Treatment
    » RI, German Universities Build Cancer Center
    » MERS Infections may Occur as RI Citizens Go on ĎUmrahí
    » Sukabumi Health Agency to Design Early Sex Education
    » World Cup Expected to Boost Kalbe Farmaís Sales this Year
    » Middle-Aged at Higher Risk of Death From Constant Arguing With Family, Neighbors
    » With No MERS Vaccine Available, Ministry Urges Flu Shots
    » Jakartaís Air Quality Takes a Toxic Turn for The Worse
    » Top Indonesian Listed Companies Honored for Financial Performance
    » RI-Australia Hold Simulation to Anticipate Livestock Disease
    » Another Man Dies from Suspected MERS
    » Doctors Establish Research Team for MERS-CoV
    » At-Risk Pilgrims Asked To Delay Saudi Visits
    » Another MERS Case Emerges in Medan
    » Three Pekanbaru Residents Suspected of Contracting MERS
    » WHO Reports Deteriorating Air Quality in Worldís Cities
    » Studies Find 'Young' Blood Rejuvenates Aging Mice
    » Medscape Partners with DXY to Provide Education Programs to Physicians in China
    » Youth Workshop Tackles Reproductive Health
    » Kadin, Apindo Cheer New Negative List
    » NGO Urges Strong RI Commitment on Child and Maternal Health
    » Sales Grow 8.44%, Kimia Farmaís Net Profit Falls By 4.37%
    » PMI, US to Hold Blood Donor Campaign
    » First US Case of Deadly MERS Virus Confirmed: CDC
    » Frost & Sullivan Applauds Definiens' Strong Technology Portfolio for the Effective Data Analysis of Histology Images
    » Huntingdon Life Sciences Acquires Harlan Laboratories
    » Indian Court Temporarily Stalls Sunís $3.2 Billion Ranbaxy Deal
    » Coming Soon: A Brain Implant to Restore Memory
    » World Vision Spreads the Word on Prenatal Care
    » Antibiotics Resistance A Serious Threat, Warns WHO
    » Drug Resistance Found Worldwide, New Drugs Needed
    » View Point: Kartini, Champagne and Maternal Mortality
  » April
    » MERS-infected Indonesian Dies
    » Ministry Issues Warning on MERS
    » WHO Calls for Coordinated Action to Save Mothers, Children
    » Pfizer Confirms Proposing $98.7 Billion AstraZeneca Deal
    » Minister Urges Men to Help Push down Maternal Mortality Rates
    » Domain Elite Makes First Investment in SMART Medical Systems to Advance Medical Devices for Gastrointestinal Medicine for Greater China
    » Sido Muncul Eyeing Expansion in Asia
    » Prioritize Noncommunicable Diseases
    » Shelters Seek Simpler Health Procedures
    » More Investment Needed in Malaria Battle, Says WHO
    » Bhutan Brings Health and Well-being to the Center of Development: WHO
    » Ebola Death Toll Rises to 142 in Guinea and Liberia: WHO
    » Traditional Medicine Experts Groomed
    » Fertility Reduction Policies Must Continue
    » Kimia Farma to Build RIís First Pharmaceutical Salt Plant
    » Mimika Set to be Malaria Free in 2018
    » SI Group to Acquire Antioxidants, Ibuprofen and Propofol Businesses from Albemarle
    » Mental Health Problems Plague Indonesian Election Hopefuls
    » Anemia Affects 40% of Indonesia Female Factory Workers: Study
    » Legal Marriage Age Contributes to Mortality
    » DNA Alternative to Pap smear Sparks Medical Debate
    » The Thinker: Tackling Tuberculosis
    » Bali Bird Smuggling Poses Health Threat: Officials
    » Infants in Developing Countries at Higher Risk of Allergies, Expert Says
    » RI Needs Rp382t to Reach MDG Sanitation Goal
    » Doing the Time With Drug Rehabilitation
    » In Indonesiaís Drug Fight, a Battle to Acknowledge the Problem
    » RI Must Prepare for Demographic Bonus
    » 'Obamacare' Under Attack as Conservatives Eye 2016
    » Scientists Try 3-D Printer to Build Human Heart
    » Beware of Returning to Population Control
    » Govt Told to Improve Access to Health Services
    » UK Scientists Make Body Parts in Lab
    » Glaxo Said to Fire Workers, Withhold Bonuses in China
    » Pfizer Reports Promising Results for Cancer Drug
    » Gates, Conglomerates Sign MoU on Philanthropy
    » Bali to Build Dialysis Center
    » Bill Gates Visits RI to Make Charitable Contribution
    » IPMG Signs Anti-Gratification MoU
    » Hospitals Across Indonesia Ready Psychiatrists for Indebted Election Candidates
    » GSK Acquires Full Control of RI Unit
    » City Administration Launches Free Center for Children with Autism
    » Bill Gates to Donate to Indonesian Health Care
    » Dengue, Malaria Impact Socioeconomic Growth: WHO
    » Ministry of Health and 11 Partners Agree to Eliminate Gratification
    » Global Laders Celebrate Progress in Fight Against NTDs
    » Govt Urged to Ratify FCTC Immediately
    » Kimia Farma to Construct New Plant
    » Govt to Revise Health Care Tariffs in BPJS
  » Maret
    » EU Firms Want Clarity on New Industry Law
    » London Skeletons Reveal Secrets of the Black Death
    » Studies Find New Drugs Greatly Lower Cholesterol
    » Guinea Battles to Contain Ebola as Senegal Closes Its Border
    » Rotary, Foundation Help Kids Smile Again
    » WHO Certifies Indonesia, Other Asian Nations Polio Free
    » Govt, BPJS Accused of Failing to Deliver Health Program
    » Employers Warned on BPJS Compliance
    » Population Growth a Double-Edged Sword
    » Indonesian Govt Blames Teen Pregnancy for High Maternal Mortality Rate
    » Experts Sound Alarm Over Nigerian ĎViagraí Drinks
    » Autism may be Tied to Flawed Prenatal Brain Growth
    » Poverty, Social Problems Blamed for High Suicide Rate
    » 7 Million Deaths Linked to Air Pollution Annually: WHO
    » Treatment Supervisors ĎKey to Fighting TBí
    » EQT Mid Market Acquires I-MED Radiology Network
    » AMRI to Acquire Cedarburg Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
    » Threat of TB Should Spark Urgent Action
    » Guinea Confirms Fever is Ebola, Has Killed up to 59
    » Pictorial Warnings on Cigarette Packs Start June 24
    » TB Still Major Health Concern in Indonesia
    » Countries Urged to Reach 1 Million ďMissingĒ TB Cases
    » Youth Support for AIDS Patients Improves
    » Friendlier Breast-feeding Policies Needed
    » Merck Projects Stronger Growth due to Stable Economy
    » USAID Project Promotes Breast-Feeding in Villages
    » Should Drug Addicts be Jailed or Rehabilitated?
    » Hospitals Told to Provide Medical Facilities for Depressed Candidates
    » Chinaís Largest Air Ambulance Providerís Debut Marks New Era in Life Escort Service
    » View Point: Indonesiaís ĎSmoking Gunsí: Drugs, Tobacco and Forest Fires
    » Millions May Avoid Obamacare Penalty as Deadline Looms
    » Tens of Thousands Sick due to Haze
    » SBY Criticized over WHO Tobacco Framework
    » The Dangers of Methanol Poisoning
    » Rehab Better than the Can for Drug Users
    » Udayana Hosts Workshop on Anti-aging
    » Sido Munculís Revenue Down, Shocks Market
    » Keep the Corpse-preserver Out of Our Food
    » Into Drug Rehab
    » New Cigarette Advertising Targets Teens
    » New Regulation Prioritizes Rehabilitation Over Detention for Drug Users
    » Health Sense: Knee Injuries can Plague Runners
    » Jakartans have High Hopes for JKN
    » Japan Lab Weighing Retraction of Stem Cell Paper
    » Govt Urged to Ratify Antitobacco Convention
    » Worsening Haze Chokes Riau Residents
    » Drug Makers Swallow Bitter Pill of Losses
    » Protect Indonesians From Big Tobacco
    » Tobacco Fight Not Running Out of Puff in Indonesia
    » The Hidden Dangers of E-Cigarettes
    » Close, but No Cigar for Tobacco Control Treaty Ratification
    » Flies Found by FDA Threaten Indian Town Built on Generics
    » Doctors Hope for Cure in a 2nd Baby Born with HIV
    » In Search of ĎJust Healthí
    » Women and Universal Health Care
    » Diseases of Poverty are Undermining Indonesia's Competitiveness
    » Pfizer to Increase Capacity with New Factory
    » Debiopharm Group (TM) to Acquire Products or Companies to Expand Activities at Manufacturing Facility in Martigny (Valais, Switzerland)
    » CPhI Pharma Insights: R&D Report
    » Global Fund to Offer more Flexible Funding Model
    » Hundreds Queue to Process Health Insurance
    » Drugmakers Actavis, Biogen, Valeant Hold Near Highs
    » Family Planning Program to be Intensified on Remote Islands
    » Minister Asks MUI to Give up Halal Label
    » More HIV/AIDS Cases Recorded in Bungo
    » 71 Private Hospitals Refuse to Join JKN
    » Mixed Fortunes for Pharmaceutical Firms in 2013
    » Indonesia Religious Affairs Minister Wants Right to Issue Halal Certification
    » Women with New Wombs are Trying to Get Pregnant
    » Program Launched to Increase Awareness of Cervical Cancer
    » Group Calls for More Support for Breastfeeding Mothers
    » Island Aims for Better Health Coverage
    » Breastfeeding Could Reduce Infant Mortality Rates
  » Februari
    » After Two Months, National Health Care still Unpopular
    » Halal Certification Yes, Commercialization No
    » Halal Labeling: The Next Gold Mine
    » Heroin Antidote Stirs Debate in US as Deaths Rise
    » Merauke Reports HIV/AIDS Progress
    » Mandiri Agrees to Acquire 80% of InHealth
    » Koja Hospital to be Upgraded
    » Ulema Council Denies Halal Certification Graft
    » Emergency Status Declared as Haze Worsens
    » Bali Cancels Tobacco Event after Groups Protest
    » Unhealthy Lifestyle, Diet can Trigger Breast Cancer
    » Only Govt Issues Halal Certificate
    » IPMG-Yayasan Kusuma Buana Launch Affordable Cervical Cancer Detection Program
    » Indonesia to Revise Negative Investment List, While UBS Sees Weaker Rupiah
    » Polio-like Illnesses Called a 'Rare Phenomenon'
    » Study: MERS Virus Infecting Camels since 1992
    » Tarakan Hospital Gets Another Status Upgrade
    » Bali at Loss on Health Integration
    » Respiratory Infection Sufferers on the Rise in Riau
    » Obstacles to Health Scheme Described
    » Govt Must Provide More Funding for JKN
    » Speakers List for Nextgen China 2014 Announced Ė Main Topic To be Generics Consistency Evaluation
    » Frost & Sullivan: Healthcare Urgently Requires Business Process Change
    » Frost & Sullivan Honours Healthcare Leaders at the 2014 Australia Healthcare Awards
    » Herbal Remedies Billionaire Emerges in Indonesia With Seahorses
    » ĎLiving Drugí Kills Leukemia in 88 Percent of Patients
    » Medicine Goes Mobile in US With Smartphone Apps, Devices
    » Smoking Catch-22: Time to Kick the Habit?
    » ANZA, IKJ Add a Splash of Fun to a Childrenís Ward
    » Frost & Sullivan: Government Investments in Healthcare Foster the Brazilian Market for In Vitro Diagnosis Reagent Kits
    » TriReme Medical Signs Distribution Agreement with Cordis Corporation
    » Marijuana Aids Kids with Seizures, Worries Doctors
    » Sido Muncul Builds New Plant
    » Illegally-imported Traditional Medicines must be Stopped: Industry Minister
    » Govt Orders Enforcement of Smoke-free Bylaw
    » Saudi Arabia Reports 1 More Death from New Virus
    » Pakistani Polio Strain Threatens Global Campaign
    » Campaign Begins to Promote Breakfast
    » Doctors Apologize for Patientís Death
    » Kalbe Farma Records Healthy Growth in 2013
    » 51 Drug Addicts Die Every Day
    » Avian Flu Kills Thousands of Birds in Sragen
    » Bird Flu Outbreak Hits Trenggalek as Thousands of Poultry Die
    » YPKJ Launches Mobile Mammography
    » Kalbe Farma Sets Aside $41m to Finance Acquisition of a Health-Food Producer
    » Type 2 Diabetes Next Generation Therapeutics Create Vast Opportunities in Europe, says Frost & Sullivan
    » Britain to Ban Smoking in Cars Carrying Children
    » Boy Becomes Cambodiaís First Bird Flu Death of Year
    » KPK to Monitor BPJS Funds
    » Lung Cancer Stage Four 10 Years Cancer-Free Through Non-toxic Alternative Cancer Treatment
    » Campaigners Hope Planned Bali Tobacco Forum Ends Up in Smoke
    » Malaysia Uses Biological Weapon against Dengue
    » S. Sulawesi Takes Action to Reduce Spread of Anthrax
    » Beware of Post-flood Diseases
    » Doctors Whose Convictions Triggered National Strike Freed
    » ĎFinancial Sustainabilityí Is Key for Indonesiaís Social Security Program, JICA Says
    » Indonesia Prepares Bird Flu Vaccines Amid Poultry Deaths
    » JKN Covers Screening Exams for Early Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection
    » Public Told to Clean Up to Prevent Dengue
    » Chinese Scientists Alarmed at New Virus
    » Group Wants Cigarette Ads Banned
    » US to Give $1 million for Maternal Health Research
    » Kimia Farma Sets 2014 Capital Spending at Rp 600b for New Projects in Indonesia
    » 8.5 Million Employees Registered as BPJS Members as of January: Ministry
    » US Launching Anti-smoking Campaign Aimed at Youth
    » Swine Flu Kills 24 across Egypt
    » Hospital Probed in Abandoned Patient Death
    » Incentives for BPJS Doctors still under Discussion
    » Cancer Cases Worldwide to Jump to 22 Million
    » Steroid Use Much Higher among Gay and Bi Teen Boys
    » Polishing the JKN Pearl: Itís All about Money
    » Bali Implementing Health Insurance
    » Poonam Khetrapal Singh Officially Takes Office as WHO Regional Director
  » Januari
    » Indonesia Still Haunted by High Number of Maternal and Post-Natal Deaths
    » HDI to Conduct Second Set of Dengue Fever Clinical Trials
    » Amgen 4Q Profit Leaps 30 Percent on Higher Sales
    » Novartis Q4 Net Profit Rises to $2.0 Billion
    » Brain Scans Help Predict Learning Problems: Study
    » New Stem Cell Technique May Aid Medical Treatments
    » Hospital Ends Cooperation with BPJS after 3 Days
    » China Halts Poultry Trading after New H7N9 Cases
    » US Expands TB Control Program to Jakarta
    » High Cigarette Consumption Threatens Demographic Bonus, Experts Say
    » Bali Governor Commended for Saying No to Tobacco Trade Fair
    » Kids Need Govt to Sign Tobacco Convention
    » China ĎDowngradesí H7N9 Bird Flu Description
    » More Indonesia Drug Users, But Rehab Centers ĎEmptyí
    » Mosquitoes to be Released to Fight Dengue
    » China Reports 10 New H7N9 Human Cases
    » Police Bust Counterfeit Drug Factory in Bandung
    » Govt Told to Include HIV-Infected People and Drug Users in JKN
    » Puskesmas to Open around the Clock
    » RI Falls further Behind on Tobacco Control, Activists Say
    » Cheap, Simple Treatment Key to Suppress Diabetes: Expert
    » Cigarettes are Deadlier Today than 50 Years Ago: Report
    » Sharon Ruth Lewin: New Hope for AIDS Cure
    » Govt Steps Up Fight against Unhealthy Diet
    » China's Bird Flu Cases Continue to Rise
    » IFPMA Launches New Website on Biotherapeutics Conference in Lima, Peru
    » Putting Patients First: Five Global Healthcare Organizations Sign Consensus Framework for Ethical Collaboration
    » Indonesiaís Universal Healthcare ó Will it Work?
    » Chinese Drug Company Targeted in Corruption Case
    » India Defeats Polio, Global Eradication Efforts Advance
    » Swedish Doctors Transplant Wombs into Nine Women
    » BPOM to Curb Online Drug Sales
    » National Insurance Program Launched in Bali
    » Hotels, Malls, Offices Urged to Provide Smoking Rooms
    » Japan Files Complaint against Novartis over Diovan
    » Canada Reports First H5N1 Bird Flu Death
    » Businesspeople Told to Focus on Health
    » Doctors to Get Better Incentives under BPJS
    » Many Confused by New Healthcare Procedure, Benefits
    » Painkiller Ponstan Most Counterfeited Drug in Indonesia: BPOM
    » JKN is not SBY-care, PKS Says
    » Donors Needed to Combat Blindness
    » Watchdog Calls for Audit of Trillions Being Merged Under Insurance Program
    » Kalbe Expects Sales Increase Of 15% in 2014
    » Foreign Workers Reluctant to Join National Health Insurance
    » Foreigners Can Apply for National Healthcare Program
    » Commentary: Enter 2014: Medicare Improves Outlook for Families
    » Health insurance: Its the politics, stupid!
    » Hospitals, Community Health Centers Work with BPJS
    » Jakarta Joins National Healthcare Insurance Plan
    » Universal Coverage Scheme Off to Slow Start, With Public Oblivious
    » Vitamin E May Slow Functional Decline in Alzheimer Patients
    » 36,000 People with HIV/AIDS Receive ARV Therapy throughout 2013
» 2013
  » Desember
    » Steve Krauss: Urging a Focus on AIDS
    » There Should Be No More Indonesians Without Health Coverage: SBY
    » Indonesia Launches New Health Insurance Scheme
    » SBY Flip-Flops on Overseas Health Trips
    » Cigarette Firms Prepare for New Ad, Packaging Policy
    » China Bans Officials from Smoking in Public
    » City to Upgrade Referral System, Health Centers
    » Bird Flu Subtype Reemerges in Hong Kong: Official
    » SBY Checks on Readiness of BPJS Implementation
    » Govt Set to Launch Milestone Program
    » Malnutrition Behind Many Aceh Infant Deaths
    » New Health Care Scheme Will Boost Peopleís Welfare: SBY
    » Federal Health Market Surpasses 1 Million Signups
    » The Perils of Overworking
    » Some with Alzheimers Find Care in Far-off Nations
    » Indofarma, Kimia Farma Set 20% Revenue Growth for 2014 on Demand
    » Govt Predicts Modest Growth Despite DNI Revision
    » Lactation Rooms Benefit Workers, Companies
    » Hand, Face Transplants Regulated Like Other Organs
    » Govt Raises Foreign Ownership Limit
    » Indofarmaís income declines
    » Jakarta Plans to Get Tough on Enforcing No-Smoking Zones
    » Hepatitis Vaccine Maker Slumps After Baby Deaths: Shanghai Mover
    » Sports Festival Held to Erase HIV/AIDS Stigma
    » Kalbe Farma to Increase Domestic Production of Cancer Drugs
    » A Report Card for Jakartaís Healthcare Program
    » For All Citizens or Only the Poor?
    » Jokowi-Care A Pilot Project for Upcoming National Health Plan
    » Bloomberg Leaves Rich Public Health Legacy in NYC
    » Jokowi Drafts Halal Decree
    » Residents Warned of Chikungunya Virus
    » Mandiri to Acquire InHealth before Year-end
    » Pharmaceutical Products must Have Halal Certification: MUI
    » Private Hospitals Fret About Public Healthcare Plan Returns
    » Sido Munculís Debut Gets Positive Response
    » New Health Care Scheme Launches Jan. 1
    » Sido Muncul to build franchises abroad
    » Business, MUI Mull Halal Billís 3-Year Stall
    » Smoking Among Minors Still a Major Problem in Indonesia
    » Australia Hands over Bali Eye Facility
    » Around 600,000 People in W. Sulawesi to Receive National Health Insurance
    » House Rejects Health Ministerís Request to Drop Tobacco Bill
    » Doctors, Clerics in Medicine Dispute
    » Scientists Call for Action on Cutting Sugar Intake
    » City to Expand Public Hospitals
    » Fight against Malaria Slows
    » Europe: Diet Sweetener Aspartame is Safe in Cola
    » Buleleng to Get New Public Hospital
    » US Issues Travel Warning for RI due to Measles Outbreak
    » Free Healthcare Overwhelms Papua
    » Number of Stunted Children Increases in RI: Survey
    » Ministry Halts Condom Program
    » Indonesia Urges Caution After Flu Report
    » Smoking after Cancer Diagnostic Ups Death Risk
    » Health Sense: Spotting Age-related Macular Degeneration Early
    » Children, the Hunger Games and Posyandu
    » Hong Kongís Illegal Cancer Drug Trade Driven By Mainland Buyers
    » New Deaths from MERS Virus Reported in the Gulf
    » RI Worker in Hong Kong Infected with H7N9 Avian Influenza
    » Maternal death: Whoís the Culprit?
    » Conservatives All Riled Up Over Condoms
    » Churches Join Fight Against HIV in Indonesiaís Papua
    » Promoting Condoms Not Taboo, Says Ahok
    » NGO Warns Threat of AIDS Remains High
    » Sexual Transmission of HIV on High Alert
    » Health Matters as RI Continues to Grow
    » Drug Laws Restrict Cancer Patientsí Painkillers
    » Protest Shows Flaw in Health System
    » Get Tested, Use Condoms: Basuki Says on World AIDS Day
    » Jakartans Must Eliminate Stigma, Discrimination around AIDS: Commission
    » 95 Deaths due to HIV/AIDS in C.Java
    » Mataram Committed to HIV Awareness
    » Youth Driving Force behind AIDS campaign
  » Nopember
    » Drugmaker Warns on Morning-after Pill
    » "Fight the Fakes" global campaign begins
    » Healthcare Program to Boost Drugmakersí Sales in 2014
    » Indonesia Accelerates HIV Response
    » Rate of Young Men with HIV Skyrockets
    » Ending AIDS is on Horizon: UNAIDS
    » Health Sense: Plastic Surgery and Expectations for Your Nip/Tuck
    » Pfizer to Close Manufacturing Plant in Puerto Rico
    » Three People Dead from Bird Flu This Year
    » Gender Responsive Budgeting Accelerates Progress Toward Achieving MDGs: Watchdog
    » BPOM Destroys Rp 4b Worth of Tainted Traditional Medicines
    » Indonesian Woman Dies of Bird Flu: Health Ministry
    » Health Minister: We Do Not Want Women Dying in Labor Anymore
    » Womenís Lives Still in the Hands of Untrained Birth Attendants
    » Diabetes Kills One Person Every Six Seconds, New Estimates Show
    » Indonesia to Accede to Tobacco Treaty before 2014: Minister
    » Health Sense: How to Treat Acute and Chronic Pain
    » UN: 21 Nations Take Up Polio Emergency
    » Cigarette Ad Makes Mockery of National Health Day
    » Pneumonia Responsible for 20% of Child Deaths: Agencies
    » Kimia Farma to Become Integrated Health Care Provider
    » How Big Formula Bought China
    » Chikungunya Outbreak Hits Nganjuk
    » BPOM Finds Tainted Traditional Medicines
    » Bird Flu Kills 13th Person in Cambodia This Year
    » Nearly 500,000 Teens Give Birth in RI Annually
    » How the Holes in Indonesiaís Safety Nets Hamper Poverty Reduction
    » Indonesian Prison TB Project Holds Hope for Success
    » Drug Makers See Profit Margin Drop on Currency
    » Employers Remain Clueless about Govt Health Care Program
    » Smokers Could Miss out on Healthcare Reform
    » Auditor Eyes Cityís Healthcare Program
    » Philippine Elite Fight Ageing With Stem Cell Therapy
    » Anti-smoking Campaign to Target Students, the Poor
    » UN: 7.3 Million Teen Births in Developing World
    » Govt Boosts Budget for Poverty Program
    » AIDS Mobile App to be Launched
    » RI to Become Vaccine Supply Hub for Muslim World
    » Cigarette Taxes to Finance Healthcare
    » Mice Evolve to Numb Pain of Scorpion Stings
    » New China H7N9 Strain Gives Kick to Mutant Bird Flu Research
    » Tobacco Control Stumps Indonesiaís Health Minister
  » Oktober
    » RI Suffers Setback in Fight against Maternal Mortality
  » September
    » Pharmaceuticals Expect Boon from BPJS Program
    » The Hiring of Foreign Doctors at South Tangerang Hospital Illegal: IDI
    » Healthcare Preparation in Chaos
    » UN Holds 1st High-level Meeting on the Disabled
    » WB Predicts $700m in Funds for Women and Childrenís Health
    » Indonesia Records Mixed Success on MDGs: Report
    » Battling the Elements, NTT Villagers Make Strides in Child Health
    » Two Saudis Die of MERS Virus: Ministry
    » Siloam Still Aiming for 40 Hospitals in Five Years
    » Kalbe Mulls Expansion Into Myanmar and Vietnam
    » Alzheimerís on the Rise in Indonesia: Health Ministry
    » RI Cuts Back on Expat Workers
    » Measles Elimination by 2020: WHO
    » Yogyakarta Gets Low Score for Health Budget
    » HIV/AIDS Program Should Involve GWL
    » Cityís Health Program Leads the Way
    » Guppy Fish Prove to be Cheap, Effective Tool in Fight Against Dengue: ADB
    » Low Estrogen May Play a Role in 'Male Menopause'
    » 90 Percent of Smokeless Tobacco Users Live in SE Asia
    » HIV/AIDS Prevention Efforts Among Workers Not Sufficient
    » Indonesiaís Hidden Hepatitis C Time Bomb
    » Health Ministers Adopt New Delhi Declaration on High Blood Pressure
    » Indonesiaís 1st Hajj Pilgrims Set Off as Govt Issues MERS Virus Advice
    » MERS Virus: Combination Drugs Seen as Treatment Option
    » Smoking Warning Works Just on Front of Cigarette Pack
    » Reproductive Health Should be in Curriculum
    » Malaysian Researchers Say Air Fresheners Can Have Poisonous Effects
    » Southeast Asian Govts Target NCDs
    » RI Struggles to Produce Herbal Medicine Ingredients
    » Killer Gap in Healthcare for Kids in RI Persists: WV
    » Diabetes Will Cost the Nation Dearly Next Year
    » Health Care Cost Shuts Out the Poor
    » Health Sense: Watching Out for Kyphosis, Scoliosis and Crooked Spines
    » Asean Youth Conduct Health Workshops in Sumatra
    » Mobile Mental Health Care Pilot Starts in Indonesia
    » Work Together to Prep for Disaster: MSF
    » Gut Bacteria Link to Obesity Illnesses: Study
  » Agustus
    » Dangerous Lead Levels Found In Indonesian Household Paints: Study
    » SOHO Partners with German Firm to Boost Affordability
    » RI develops extract plant for herbal medicines
    » Indonesia Launches Five-Disease Vaccine
    » Investors Keen on Pharmas with Biological Products Portfolio
    » Chikungunya hits Duren Sawit district
    » Virus Not Likely to Dissuade Hajj Pilgrims
    » Health Sense: Endometriosis, pregnancy and fertility
    » New Case of H7N9 Bird Flu Confirmed in China: Officials
    » High-Risk Smokers Should Get Imaging Scans, Panel Says
    » Taiwan Orders More Human Vaccine As Rabies Returns
    » Schizophrenic Patients Go Untreated
    » RI Should Prepare for Ageing Population
    » Doctors Want Raise in Healthcare Scheme
    » Only One in Five Countries Implements WHO Code on Infant Formula
    » Kalbe Farma Powers Through the Slowdown
  » Juli
    » Govt Prepares Rp 18.4t Fiscal Space for Infrastructure,Social Security
    » Kalbe Farma to Boost Production with New Milk Plants in W. Java
    » Activists demand cheaper Hepatitis C drugs
    » Pfizer Sells Key Vaccine Cheaply to Poor Countries
    » Study: MERS Virus May Be Deadlier Than SARS
    » WHO Warns Against Complacency in Fight Against Leprosy
    » FDA Considers Tightening Rules on Menthol Cigarettes
    » Down Syndromeís Extra Chromosome Silenced In Lab Cells
    » IFPMA launches new anti-fake medicines video
    » US Govt Helps RI to Fight Stunting, Malnutrition
    » Rabies Haunts Island Again as Rabid Dog Bites Five Residents in Gianyar
    » Memory Decline May Be Earliest Sign of Dementia
    » Coronavirus Not Global Health Emergency, WHO Panel Says
    » Indonesia Denies Further Hajj Restrictions Amid MERS Concerns
    » Nearly Six Million Die From Smoking Every Year: WHO
    » Govt Steps Up Efforts in Fight Against Spread of Hepatitis
    » Law Aims to Bolster Training of Doctors
    » IFPMA releases ďNever Stop AdvancingĒ video
    » Stunted, Overweight Generation
    » 16 Million Teenagers Give Birth Each Year, Says UN
    » 5 Percent Allocation for Health Unlikely: Deputy Minister
    » New Law Aims to Place More Doctors in Rural Areas
    » City Recommends Rate Increase for KJS Hospitals
    » New Scan to Aid Detection of Alzheimerís
    » Shift Workers Face Higher Risk of Miscarriage, Lower Fertility
    » Study: Air Pollution Cut Northern China Lifespans
    » Hajj Virus Threat Spurs WHOís Chan to Call Emergency Meeting
    » Aseanís 2015 Drug-Free Target ĎUnrealisticí
    » Heart disease is Number One Killer in Jakarta
    » Indiaís Poor ĎDupedí Into Clinical Drug Trials
    » Study Finds MERS Virus Has Not Yet Reached Pandemic Potential
    » The Biggest Hospital in Indonesia Gets International Accreditation
    » Roche Indonesia Invites People to Have Rheumatism Early Detection
    » Apindo Criticizes Govt BPJS Health Contribution Announcement
    » New Research Boosts Search for AIDS Cure
    » Bengkulu To Help Expand Herbal Medicine Business
    » Development Of Bird Flu Facilities Should Continue: Minister
    » Tobacco Taxes, Smoking Bans Set To Save Millions: Study
    » Online Pharmacy Crackdown Shutters 1,677 Websites
  » Juni
    » AIDS Scientists at Malaysia Meet Express Hopes for Cure
    » Traditional Medicine Suffers From Lack Of Funding
    » Latest Bird Flu Strain 'Kills More Than A Third'
    » Nafsiah Mboi elected to chair Global Fund board
    » Scientists Warn Against Complacency on Deadly H7N9 Bird Flu
    » New MERS virus spreads easily, deadlier than SARS
    » RI receives FAOís award for reduced hunger and malnourishment
    » WHO Says MERS Virus Death Toll Hits 33
    » Online Petition Sparks Push for Stricter Tobacco Reforms in Indonesia
    » UK To Start Regulating E-cigarettes As Medicines
    » Many Indonesians Getting Fatter
    » Government Cancels Plan to Boost Jakarta Health Card Budget
    » Drug Can Delay Ovarian Cancer Relapses: Study
    » Demand, Challenges Mount in Healthcare Program
    » Fee-for-Service vs Fee-for-Diagnosis
    » Investing in Health
  » Mei
    » Future Hepatitis C Blockbusters May Spawn Compulsory Generics
    » Ibuprofen at High Dose Raises Heart Risk, Review Shows
    » Jakarta Hospital Bed Woes Came Long Before KJS: Basuki
    » HIV/AIDS cases rise due to increased testing
    » Healthcare Scheme Fiasco Will Be Resolved Soon, Assures Jokowi
    » Confirmed Cases of H7N9 Bird Flu Drug Resistance: Study
    » Stronger Tobacco Control Needed To Save Lives
    » French Researchers Recommend Stopping E-Cigarette Use in Public
    » Free Healthcare Program To Go On, Says Governor Jokowi
    » Scientists Cast Doubt on Alzheimerís Cancer Drug Study
    » Doctor Shortage Seen As Hurdle To Healthcare Program
    » Hospitals Complain Rates Paid In Healthcare Scheme Too Low
    » 14 Jakarta Hospitals Cancel Plan to Back Out of KJS Scheme
    » Jakarta mulls topping up healthcare premium
    » UNFPA Focuses on Contraception for 222 Million in Developing World
    » World Not Ready for Mass Flu Outbreak: WHO
    » Indonesiaís Nationwide Healthcare Plan Stumbles at First Hurdle
    » Hospitals withdraw from city healthcare program
    » Insurance schemes must cover AIDS treatment: Activist
    » Bird Flu Costs China Industry $6.5 Billion: State Media
    » 'Gap' for HIV Vaccine Efforts After Latest Setback
    » UMY Students Invent Blood Vessel-Detecting Device
    » As Hospitals Retreat, Basuki Urges Patience on Jakarta Health Card Program
    » Men must be educated about virus transmission
    » Indofarma to produce albumin locally next year
    » Govt warns travelers of deadly virus
    » Saudi Detects Four New SARS-Like Cases: Ministry
    » Indofarma Plans to Triple Profit This Year
    » RI imposes tighter measures for sick travelers from China and Taiwan to anticipate H7N9
    » Two New Diseases Could Both Spark Global Outbreaks
    » Farming Methods Put Indonesia At Same Risk of Bird Flu as China
    » Toxic Waste on Par with Malaria as a Global Killer
    » Study: Fish oil's work vs. heart attacks limited
    » China Reports 4 More Bird Flu Deaths, Toll Rises to 31
    » Scientists Develop Epilepsy Warning Device
    » China Reports Latest Bird Flu Death, Toll Rises to 27
  » April
    » Health Ministry to Install Scanners In Airports to Thwart Bird Flu
    » RI child vaccination drive faces challenges
    » RI Child Vaccination Drive Faces Challenges
    » Govt to verify all meningitis shots
    » Indonesia to Introduce Five-Disease Vaccine in June
    » Vaccine experts recommend practical actions to support vaccine innovation and access around the world
    » Another bird flu death in China
    » Five non-communicable diseases drain Jamkesmas budget: Minister
    » H7N9 Vaccine May Take Months: US Agency
    » Bali on alert for H7N9 virus from China
    » Jakarta health card pits doctors against poor patients
    » Sounding the Alarm on a Silent Killer: Hypertension
    » Government Downplays Reported Malnutrition Deaths in Papua
    » Patients start receiving free hemodialysis
    » 10 Ways to Help a Friend With Cancer
    » Minister calls for even distribution of physicians in the archipelago
  » Maret
    » Govt urged to include Lupus medication in health coverage schemes
  » Januari
    » WHO Warns of Possible Dengue Outbreak Amid Jakarta Floods
    » Jamkesmas in 2013 expanded with 10 million more entitled
    » Access to Free Health Care Still a Problem
    » Worries as HIV spreads like wildfire in Tangerang
» 2012
  » Desember
    » Indonesia Says it Has Found More Virulent Bird Flu Strain
    » Bio Farma, Melbourne University Pair Up to Develop Compound to Boost Vaccine Efficacy
    » Free health care for people with HIV, AIDS
  » Nopember
    » ASEAN countries share concerns and strategies to fight cancer
    » Clinics need improving ahead of BPJS
    » Indonesia Lagging on Child Health
    » Government campaigns for women, children health
    » Halal Law 'Will Destroy' Indonesia's Pharmaceutical Industry: Bio Farma
  » Oktober
    » Health Ministry to launch diphtheria vaccination
    » HIV/AIDS prevention remains vital: Health minister
    » IFPMA Recommendations to Address MNDs
    » BPOM seizes Rp 150 m worth of fake drugs distributed online
  » September
    » IPMG Announces 2012 IPMG Scholarship
    » 500 Expectant Mothers Get HIV Annually in Bali
    » Attention needed for cerebral palsy
  » Agustus
    » Better Health Care, But Is It Sustainable?
  » Juli
    » HIV prevention needs to be reviewed
    » HIV infections may hamper efforts to achieve MDGs
    » Indonesian Children at Severe Risk From Preventable Diseases: Unicef
    » Indonesia's Health Minister Champions Graft-Hit Bird Flu Vaccine Plant Project
    » Reproductive health services provided for teens
    » Jakarta and its public health issues
    » HIV spread in Papua Ďuncontrollableí
  » Juni
    » Sick of Expensive Prescriptions? Indonesian Doctors Association Offers a Cure
    » Indonesia has most cases of dengue fever in ASEAN
    » Many Still Believe Smoking Is Not Bad: Health Official
    » Newly appointed health minister to accelerate targets: Ministry
    » HIV Awareness Among Indonesian Youth Still Low
    » Oral vaccine remains the backbone of polio eradication
  » Mei
    » Battle against AIDS
    » Third of Malaria Drugs in Southeast Asia Are Fake
    » RIís family planning remains stagnant
    » Dearth of Immunization Among Indonesiaís Elderly
    » Lack of awareness sees many women die from cervical cancer
    » Fake Drug Traders Getting Off Easy in Indonesia: US Official
    » Counterfeit drugs Ďa serious threatí
  » April
    » CSR funds go to integrated health posts
  » Maret
    » Hospitals Warned Not to Raise Prices ĎArbitrarilyí After Fuel Price Increase
    » Free healthcare service goes online in July
    » Generic Medicine Prices Set to Increase With Fuel Hike: Govt
    » Government focuses on prevention of HIV infection
  » Februari
    » Half of Indonesiaís Posyandu Community Health Clinics Inactive
    » Growth of generic medicines lags behind potential: Industry body
    » Alarm raised on HIV Ďepidemicí in Papua
    » Ex-patients continue to fight stigma
    » Experts Call On Indonesian Public to Swat Dengue Fever
  » Januari
    » Bali Rabies Cases Fall, Alert Status Dropped
    » Ministry soldiers on with nutrition programs for poor families
    » Chikungunya fever threat lingers: Health Ministry
» 2011
  » Desember
    » Bali Officials Ask for More Detail in HIV-Tattoo Case
    » Free cervical cancer check: Gift for women
    » Govt to study full cost of cancer
    » People with AIDS face social stigma, poor healthcare
  » Nopember
    » Study aims at creation of national cancer cover
    » Government unveils new hospital watchdog
    » Reliable medical insurance a must for quality healthcare
    » Keep your feet healthy or lose them, diabetics told
  » Oktober
    » IPMG Announces 2011 IPMG Scholarship
    » Free Vaccines, Better Health Centers in Jakarta
    » Citizens still perceive generic drugs as low-quality cure
    » Experts, First Lady Call on Women to Help Slow Scourge of Cervical Cancer
    » BPOM, Interpol hunt online drug traders
  » September
    » Health Ministry to Immunize Millions of Kids for Measles, Polio
    » More options available to prevent HIV
    » More barriers than foreign ownership
    » Rp 2 billion healthcare scheme proposed
    » Free Hepatitis Screenings on the Way
    » Baliís HPV prevention program faces hurdles
    » Online Support a Lifesaver for Families of Schizophrenics
  » Agustus
    » Pharmacists told to be patient-oriented
    » Bad Medicine? Some Sick Indonesians Have No Choice
    » New approach to health issue needed
    » New Rules to Help Nursing Mothers
    » Community Rallies for Tiny Sufferers of Rare Immune Disease
    » Govt blames hospitals for poor distribution of ARV drugs
    » Donít expect too much from social security scheme: Health Minister
  » Juli
    » As Hepatitis Takes Its Toll, Push Is on for Cheaper Drugs
    » Indonesia told to focus on health insurance
    » BPJS Architect Decries Delays, Questions the Govtís Motives
    » 30 million may have hepatitis: Ministry
    » Frequently Ill Child May Have Immunodeficiency
    » WHO to Mark First World Hepatitis Day
    » Poor environment is cause of 30% of illnesses
    » Hepatitis B virus: Know it, prevent it
    » Foreign Pharmaceutical Sales in First Half Reaches US$ 495 M
    » 20 percent of imported medicines illegal
    » Most patients complain about poor doctor rapport: Council
  » Juni
    » Circulation of Counterfeit Drugs Predicted to Increase by 11%
    » Increasing HIV Infections Alarm Monitors
    » ĎPuskesmasí to spearhead fight against malnutrition
    » Dengue Fever Still a Major Killer in Indonesia, but Vaccine Research Brings Rays of Hope
    » Minister says dengue vaccine safe
    » Bylaws ineffective at curbing infection, says observer
    » More adults prone to hepatitis A: Expert
    » New therapy offers hope for patients
    » Indonesia Goes on Alert Against E. Coli Strain From Europe
  » Mei
    » Number of children with cancer rises
    » Administration pushes back rabies-free deadline to 2015
    » As Cancer Spreads, Will We Be Ready?
    » Donít Let Religion Stop AIDS Prevention: Officials
    » Targeted therapy touted as more effective solution
    » Jakarta to test new dengue vaccine
    » Filthy Toilets Still a Blight on Asian Prosperity
    » Healthscare
    » Indonesia: The health of the nation
  » April
    » Health minister opens new multi-center
    » Campaigners Mark World Malaria Day With Awareness-Raising Sleep-In
    » Lack of funds blocks road to universal care
    » Communities Tackle a Persistent Health Woe
    » Govt Wages Fight Against Antibiotics Overuse
    » Sweden offers RI lesson on universal healthcare
    » Indonesia's Investors Urged to Help Heal Health System
  » Maret
    » Babies in East Nusa Tenggara face threat of malnutrition
    » Alarm as 1 in 10 Children in W. Java Found Undernourished
    » Herceptin benefits early stage patients: Study
    » Nationwide Study to Examine Indonesia's Health Care System
    » Building a Consensus to Address the Health Threat Posed by Fake Medicines
  » Februari
    » Tangerang children suffer from malnutrition
    » Putting hope in Australian dengue trials
    » Psychological support key to battling cancer
    » Doctors May Be Pushing Meds for Drug Companies, Expert Warns
    » Sponsored Doctors Told to Stay Accountable
  » Januari
    » Hundreds of children malnourished
    » City budgets more for evictions than healthcare
    » Foreign factories will cut drug costs: Govt
    » Unhealthy lifestyles give rise to new killer diseases
    » Remote areas, borderlands are priority in 2011: Minister
» 2010
  » Desember
    » RI healthier but concerns persist, latest report shows
    » Early track of Superbug detected
    » TB remains most infectious disease among children
  » Nopember
    » Women with HIV face greater risks
    » ĎMythsí hamper vaccination drive
    » Drug Distribution Better Regulated to Fight Fakes
    » No impact from generic drug price cuts
    » City mulls upgrading healthcare centers
    » Number of diabetics continues to soar
    » Health reform: Revitalizing Indonesiaís integrated service post
  » Oktober
    » Public warned about misleading health ads
    » Thousands of poor have no health insurance in Jambi
    » Family acceptance erases stigma of leprosy
    » Govt claims progress in health care
    » The Forgotten Side Of Health Care
    » Unhealthy lifestyle ĎNo. 1 causeí of colon cancer
  » September
    » HIV homes in RI likely to slide into poverty: Study
    » Constant demand keeps fake drugs in the market
    » Maternal deaths main block to goals
    » Huge local pharmaceutical resources Ďremain untappedí
    » No Link Found between Vaccine Mercury and Autism
    » The ministry may be sued over vaccine
    » Novartis claims meningitis vaccine Ďhalalí
  » Agustus
    » View point: Healthcare for Indonesia: Universal or not?
    » Sanofi-Aventis Allowing Genzyme To Digest $18.5 Billion Takeover Bid
    » Whoís to blame for our antibiotics addiction?
    » IDI to maintain competence tests
    » Number of People Living with HIV/AIDS in Indonesia on the Rise
    » No District in Lampung That is Free from HIV/AIDS
    » Antibiotic overuse leads to resistance
    » Treatment to Indonesian Military Personnels Infected with HIV/AIDS
    » Lifestyle Pressures A Painful Warning For Young Adults
    » MUI dismisses expertsí claim on vaccine, defends fatwa
    » No halal vaccine yet, top pharmacist says
    » Indonesian Council of Ulemaís Ban on Meningitis Jab Doesnít Make Scientific Sense, Experts Claim
    » Distrust Ďkeeps generic drug use lowí
    » Your Brain Can Make You Fat
    » Govt set to distribute halal meningitis vaccine to pilgrims
    » Nicholas D.Kristof/New York Times - The Jakarta Globe 1 August 2010
  » Juli
    » ĎIgnorant parentsí to blame for spike in obesity rates
    » Govt Drops Non-Halal Meningitis Vaccine
    » Public toilets Ďfertile breeding groundí for contagious diseases
    » Anti-HIV Gel for Women Hailed as ĎMilestoneí By Campaigners in Global Fight Against Disease
    » Experts Urge Balanced Approach to Health Care
    » Meningitis vaccines declared halal
    » RI gets debt relief to aid TB plan
    » Therapy May Help Lessen Effects of Peanut Allergy
    » Patients lose patience with Ďarrogantí doctors
    » Broken Health Care Drives Women to Sell Babies
    » Women with AIDS are mostly housewives
  » Juni
    » HIV/AIDS programs to cover to informal, migrant workers
    » Get Moving: Cancer Survivors Advised to Hit the Gym, Even During Treatment
    » Gene Revolution ĎJust Getting Startedí
    » Indonesia looking to work with China for liver transplants
    » Long way for MDGs in remote areas
    » UN Says Clock Ticking To Reduce Childbirth Mortality Rate by 75%
  » Mei
    » The Jakarta Globe 21 May 2010
    » World-Class Hospitals Needed in Indonesia to Stop Patient Flight: SBY
    » No prescription drug role for nurses, say pharmacists
    » Pharmacists disagree with nurses demanding right to prescribe
    » Number of people with HIV on the rise: NGO
    » Ismira Lutfia - The Jakarta Globe 16 May 2010
    » The worm boy, a portrait of poor cleanliness
    » Hidden Voices: Hospice Care Gives Comfort to Children at Deathís Door
  » April
    » Tuberculosis hits children Ďsilentlyí
    » Maternal health targets hard to accomplish
    » Scientists Offer New Hope in Fight Against Deadly Disease
    » Mobile people more vulnerable to HIV: UN report
    » 'Faithful' women at risk of HIV
    » Unsafe Sex Passes Needle Use as Source of Indonesian HIV Transmission
  » Maret
    » Food Additives During Pregnancy May Put Kids at Risk for Cancer
    » Forum: HIV prevention stalled by low knowledge
    » Indonesia Now Leads Southeast Asia For Keeping Tuberculosis in Check
    » Put your city on the health map, WHO says
  » Februari
    » Chinese Medicine: Does a Pill a Day Keep Illness at Bay?
    » Healthcare scheme moves ahead despite critics
  » Januari
    » Infant mortality rate still high, say experts
    » National healthcare program gives priority to marginal groups
    » FDA Warns Consumers about Counterfeit Alli
    » The rich seize free healthcare quota
    » More attention needed on health
    » AIDS Prevention to Focus on Gay Men
    » Health agency confirms patientsí access to free care
    » Free healthcare program questioned
    » Push to Use Generic Drugs in Indonesian Medical Facilities
    » Four children contract HIV in Bekasi
    » Dessy Sagita, The Jakarta Globe January 05, 2010
» 2009
  » Desember
    » Dengue Should Be Priority for Indonesia, Not Swine Flu: Lawmaker
    » Health Ministry to Extend Insurance to Disaster Victims, Institutionalized Poor
    » Swine Flu the Biggest Challenge For Indonesia Health Ministry in 2009
    » When access to health services becomes a privilege
    » Dessy Sagita, The Jakarta Globe December 16, 2009
    » Illegal fees hamper low-cost healthcare
    » 6 Children Being Seen for Suspected Kawasaki Disease
    » Anti-Filariasis Campaign Stepped Up After Deaths
    » Govt told to increase efforts to reduce infant mortality rate
    » Rp 5.125t in health insurance set for more recipients
    » HIV/AIDS Patients Complain Discrimination in Indonesia
  » Nopember
    » KPK grills former health minister as witness
    » Deaths Not Caused by Medicine: Ministry
    » Drug poisoning cases on the rise
    » MNCs working against Indian drug firms, Anand Sharma tells WIPO chief
    » Glaxo study backs simultaneous flu jabs
    » Generics Producers: Criminal Sanctions Can Stop Counterfeit Drugs
    » WHO investigating Bandung `drug poisoning'
    » Psoriasis: Why People Shouldnít Suffer in Silence
    » Govt to provide nation-wide access to health for the poor
  » Oktober
    » Cabinet 2009: Health, Endang Rahayu Sedyaningsih
    » Let me prove it all in my work: Endang
    » Ecuador paves way for compulsory licences
    » European industry to be commended on its anticounterfeiting pilot
    » Learning from history
    » EU/South Korea trade deal includes pharma data protection and patent extensions
    » South Africa: Successful Thai Vaccine May Be Tested in This Country
    » Parallel traders express concerns over industry's counterfeiting pilot
    » New health minister to keep Namru-2 closed
    » Osteoporosis a Threat to 40% of Population
    » New health minister faces questions of credibility
    » Choice of Endang for Health Minister Revives Virus, Espionage Issues
    » Nila Moeloek interviewed for health minister
    » Islanders suffer anemia, malnutrition: Survey
    » Anemic conditions prevalent among infants on the Thousand Islands
    » Indonesian Government to Cut State Health Insurance
    » A New War on Drugs: Stopping the Counterfeit-Medicine Trade
    » NDA chief quizzed over fake drugs
    » 10 Countries Distributing Illegal Drugs to RI
    » Cell Research Earns Trio the Nobel Prize in Medicine
    » Europe OKs AZ/B-MS' new diabetes treatment Onglyza
    » China's booming counterfeit medicine trade
    » UK watchdog rules out action on Roche
    » Realising the human right to health
    » Business big shot: David Brennan, chief executive of AstraZeneca
    » FDA Expresses Concerns With Glaxo Cancer Drug
    » New law threatens hospitals: Doctors
    » HIV Patients Gaining In Developing World
  » September
    » Fighting fake drugs
    » EU's CHMP endorses H1N1 vaccines by Novartis and GSK
    » Glaxo to share vaccine technology with Brazil as part of sales pact
    » New law tightens regulation for hospitals
    » Sanofi Pasteur Commends Results of First HIV Vaccine Study to Show
    » Drugmaker reports shortage of kids' Tamiflu
    » EU ďurgently needs incentives for antibiotic R&DĒ
    » Benefit and Doubt in Vaccine Additive
    » GlaxoSmithKline changes doctor training policy
    » European Commission seeks greater collaboration and less legislation on counterfeits
    » House urged to delay health bill endorsement as govt tries to abandon duties
    » Forcing Foreign Drug Makers to Open Factories Won't Hurt Industry: KPPU
    » ICW Says Health Care for Indonesia's Poor in Critical Condition
    » First Stem Cell Drug Fails 2 Late-Stage Clinical Trials
    » Tamiflu Generics Production Planned
    » Social security programs need review
    » US watchdog eases way for GSK vaccine
    » China's drug contractors on a fast-growth track
    » New Antibodies to HIV Found
    » Taking Risk for Profit, Industry Seeks Cancer Drugs
    » China to raise drug quality through raising GMP and CP standards
    » Merck Leadership to Stay Mostly Intact
  » Agustus
    » HEALTH-THAILAND: Threats to Generic Drugs Policy Alarm Activists
    » NGOs ask industry associations to reject TRIPS Plus IP enforcement agenda in India
    » Pharmaceutical giants eye China's booming market
    » Getting Real About Fakes
    » Flu Vaccine Ineffective on High-Risk Groups
    » Gates Foundation Sells Off Most Health-Care, Pharmaceutical Holdings
    » AIDS funding limited, goes to Ďlow-impact' programs
    » Another death takes national H1N1 flu toll to five
    » Health Sector Liberalization: Foreign [Investors] May Have Full Share Ownership in Pharmaceutical Industry
    » Drug Information Provided by Pharma Companies Often Too Complex, According to New Report by Cutting
    » A Global Subsidy: Key To Affordable Drugs For Malaria?
    » Latin American countries look set to form united IP front
    » New superbug resistant to antibiotics and more difficult to tackle than MRSA
    » Editorial: Research and ethics in China
    » Opposing view: Don't stymie drug research
    » Our view on generic medications: Drugmakers seek excessive monopolies on Ďbiologics'
    » U.S. rules aim to help dying patients access drugs
    » More than 400 reports of suspected adverse reactions to swine flu drug
    » Mexico scraps plant requirement for biotech drugs
    » The New Sentinel Network - Improving the Evidence of Medical-Product Safety
    » Poverty, Wealth, and Access to Pandemic Influenza Vaccines
    » Big Pharma may have to limit little gifts to doctors
    » New Thai IP strategy toughens stance but raises concerns
    » Clinical Trials, Wrapped in Red Tape
    » A partial approval for Amgen's osteoporosis drug
    » Indonesia seeks cap on pharma promotional spending
    » UK ruling says counterfeit goods in transit cannot be seized
    » Europe's GMP inspections database on public view
    » Market Insight - Clarity needed over ASEAN regulators' position on IP
    » FDA, European Medicines Agency launch Good Clinical Practices Initiative
    » India can lead world in H1N1 vaccine: WHO
    » US$ 18 Million for the Fight Against Tuberculosis in Indonesia
    » H1N1 spreads 'faster at community level'
    » Structure of HIV genome 'decoded'
    » FDA issues anti-counterfeiting draft guidance
    » Philippines imposes price caps on drugs
    » Supply and safety issues surrounding an H1N1 vaccine
    » New HIV strain likely to respond to drugs
    » Sanofi warns of flu vaccine shortage for developing world
    » Australia to begin first human test of swine flu vaccine
  » Juli
    » Cost-effectiveness of cancer drugs is questioned
    » Australia to begin first human test of swine flu vaccine
    » Roche to ease Tamiflu access in developing economies
    » MOSES helps Indonesian students win Microsoft trophy
    » Hoffman La Roche planning to leave Pharma
    » Roche to ease Tamiflu access in developing economies
    » US biotechs feel the pressure on data exclusivity
    » WHO R&D financing group to parse new ideas, look for ways forward
    » Drug firms medical staffs say what salespeople cannot
    » Indian firms oppose counterfeits law
    » Consumer group says counterfeit talks should stop
    » Biotech drugs need only 7 years protection, U.S. says
    » Drug patent pool proposal gets a push
    » Executive Briefing - The neglected diseases challenge
    » Sanofi to dive into generic drugs, cut research spending
    » New cancer treatment shows great promise
    » Two neglected disease deals signed with Merck & Co and university
    » Obama: We need to introduce generic biologics
    » Confusion over counterfeit drugs in Uganda
    » Now, all human clinical trials to be registered
    » IFPMA Newsletter Issue 5
  » Juni
    » UN Special Rapporteur: IP In health helping those with most means, less need
    » Fresh drive to alleviate chronic diseases
    » Anti-counterfeiting meeting to be held in July
    » Glaxo cuts drug prices in some Asian markets
    » India protests against Chinese counterfeits in Nigeria
    » Now, all human clinical trials to be registered
    » Suspended Wyeth trial to resume in India
    » GSK to make vaccine in Singapore to fight pneumonia
    » Roche diabetes drug in late-stage test
    » Chinese passing off fake drugs as \'Made in India\'
    » More effort is needed to conquer neglected diseases
    » \"Cancer vaccines\" offer new way to fight disease
    » Malaria vaccine tested in African clinical trial
    » Food and Drug Agency to study greater openness
    » Asia-Pacific customs authorities to work together to tackle counterfeits
    » IFPMA launches improved website and trials portal
    » Kenya, WHO launch initiative to fight fake drugs
    » Colombia says no to Kaletra compulsory licence
    » AstraZeneca, Merck to test cancer drugs in \'cocktail\'
    » Fake drugs kill 700 000 people a year ‚Äď researchers
    » Govt needs health plan for the poor: World Bank
    » Australia wipes Indonesian debt on proviso of Global Fund investment
  » Mei
    » WHO Assembly fails to resolve \"pharma cartel‚ÄĚ issues
    » FDA message on drug ads: Don‚Äôt bury risk information
    » World Health Assembly closes with resolutions on public health
    » Broad plan on IP, innovation in developing countries approved at WHO
    » Big pharma turning the tables on generics
    » Roche and iOWH collaboration reaps first screening results
    » A long search for a universal flu vaccine
    » European industry to launch anticounterfeiting pilot in Sweden
    » Sanofi spending $480 mln on dengue vaccine site
    » China likely to expedite approval of zanamivir amid push for antiviral stockpiling
    » UK pharmacists warned of swine flu vaccination counterfeits
    » Relenza should be first flu drug used, study says
    » Swine flu not an accident from a lab, W.H.O. says
    » Asian countries reach GMP recognition pact
    » PhRMA makes its statements on 2009 Special 301 Report
    » Emerging market and generic sector expansion is the name of the game
    » Swine flu may be human error; WHO investigates claim
    » Roche replenishes WHO stocks of Tamiflu, ups output
    » Swine flu is as severe as 1957 pandemic, study shows
    » How governments can stop aggravating plague of fake drugs
    » Europe OKs expired Tamiflu and use in pregnancy and babies
    » US counterfeit concerns over China in 301 report
    » WHO moots ratings rethink amid criticism on swine flu alerts
    » GSK and Roche increase flu treatment production
    » China\'s bad medicine
    » Big pharma can save us
    » Asia Prepares for Spread of Flu
    » US places India, China on IPR watchlist
    » MNCs oppose affordable patented drugs
  » April
    » Transparency in the pharmaceutical industry
    » Patent pools: An idea whose time has come
    » IP and sustainable technology debate centres on access and benefit-sharing
    » PhRMA steps up transparency in clinical trial principles
    » Drug industry protests over need to register trial results
    » Trust a missing ingredient in global IP enforcement policy
    » Drugmakers challenge FDA over Internet search ads
    » Delayed Glaxo cancer-vaccine study raises eyebrows, tests Merck
    » What have drugs companies done for us?
    » Glaxo and Pfizer join forces to develop and market H.I.V. drugs
    » GSK akusisi Stiefel US$3 miliar
    » Big pharma sees value in using small drug discovery units
    » Drug firms spending on consumer ads fell 8% in 2008, a rare marketing pullback
    » Being open about transparency
    » Indonesia\'s vaccine review raises questions
    » ASEAN single pharma market comes a step closer
    » How will the financial crisis affect health?
    » New type of cancer trial may speed drug discovery
    » Sanofi-Aventis to buy Brazilian generics giant
    » Two-thirds of US prescriptions ‚Äúwill be generic by year-end‚ÄĚ
    » Profit drives drug misuse in Asia
    » How GSK access to medicine plans will shake up Big Pharma
    » China launches sweeping health care reform plan
    » High level task force on human rights turns eye to health and IP
    » Comparing drugs is ‚Äėreal world‚Äô demand, new PhRMA Head says
    » Civic groups prepare drugs bill
    » Cooling the world by misappropriating patent rights
    » G20 envisions world IP court; WIPO hopeful host
    » Impact of financial crisis on health: A truly global solution is needed
    » A big step forward for European patent reform
    » Polypill could become a reality
    » Setback for GSK‚Äôs malaria vaccine
    » Pharma blocking drug access with astronomical prices, Sir Michael warns
  » Maret
    » Pharma sector unimpressed with latest US biosimilars proposal
    » Hard-to-cure TB poses new global health threat
    » Hard-to-cure TB poses new global health threat
    » U.S. psychiatrists to end drug company seminars
    » Viewpoint: In new world of biologic medicine, safety must come first
    » Get help paying for drugs
    » Pharma blocking drug access with astronomical prices, Sir Michael warns
    » India key market for vaccine makers
    » Viruses stopped by Merck‚Äôs Gardasil cause most cervical cancer
    » AIDS: Lessons learnt and myths dispelled
    » Public disclosure of clinical research
    » Bill would let copycats compete with biotech drugs
    » Immunization: Minister wants to review vaccinations
    » Doctors increasingly close doors to drug reps, while pharma cuts ranks
    » Patient power drives healthcare reform
    » Drug-resistant TB on the rise in Asia: WHO
    » India emerges as drug testing hub
    » Roche beli Genentech US$46,8 miliar
    » The pharmaceutical mega-merger: Back in fashion
    » Fight over generic drug seizure takes centre stage at TRIPS Council Meeting
    » Dengue outbreaks on the rise in Asia-Pacific: WHO
    » Ugandan move on patented drugs import worries Indian companies
    » Merck akuisisi Schering Corp
    » Pfizer‚Äôs cancer campaign persuades U.K. to pay for costly drug
    » Merck to buy rival for $41 billion
    » Merck deal puts megamerger pressure on AstraZeneca, Sanofi, J&J
    » Merck beli Schering-Plough US$41,1 Miliar
    » Ugandan move on patented drugs import worries Indian companies
    » Indian firms expect US FDA local office to speed up approvals
    » Obama calls for generic biotech drugs
    » Drug imports may become legal in U.S. under Obama, McCain plans
    » Abhisit warns US on drugs patent issue
    » SOUTH AFRICA: New vaccine could save thousands of children
    » Why did the Government of India oppose the counterfeit drug definition proposed by IMPACT?
    » EU, developing countries clash over generic drug swoop
    » Counterfeits penetrate deeper than before, TOPRA hears
    » Cheap drug cap raises outcry
    » India to be a top five pharma hub within for years
    » US FDA experts urge drug facts box for patient communications
    » Thailand to make use of Schering-Plough flu vaccine technology
    » Global Fund launches Pacific region support arm
    » Thailand gunakan teknologi vaksin flu milik Schering-Plough
    » New drugs needed to fight flu pandemic
    » Investors call on pharma to change emerging markets model
    » Pharmaceuticals, patents, publicity‚Ķand philanthropy?
    » Regulation in the Era of Globalization
  » Februari
    » Drug patent plan gets mixed reviews
    » Progress and Deficiencies in the Registration of Clinical Trials
    » Funding for HIV/AIDS needs to double to ensure universal access to drugs (11 Feb 09)
    » Brazil and India clash with EU over seizure of generic drugs
    » Strong EU Trade Provisions On IP Seen As Threat To Poor Nations‚Äô Medicines Access
    » Novartis generics arm quits drugs trade body
    » Customs authority mulls next move after failed IP talks
    » New norms for MNC drug prices
    » Big Pharma as a Catalyst for Change
    » Illegal medicine imports rise dramatically in Switzerland
    » Put patients at the centre of medicines policies, say physicians
    » IAPO calls on World Health Organization (WHO) member states to protect patients from counterfeit med
    » Doctors: Under the drug industry\'s influence?
    » Thousands \'have taken fake drugs\'
    » Concern Erupts Over WTO System And Medicines Shipments; TRIPS Talks Rekindling
  » Januari
    » The Pfizer Drug Warning
    » Bristol-Myers‚Äôs Reliance on Three Drugs Casts Doubt on Strategy
    » Obama Renewal of Family Planning Funds Will Save Lives, UN Says
    » Record high drug levels entering India stream
    » Pfizer nears agreement on $67bn Wyeth deal
    » Indonesia reviews rules on medicines
    » WHO recommends global collaboration to tackle counterfeits
    » Neglected tropical diseases and the Global Fund
    » Managing the pursuit of health and wealth: the key challenges
    » Medicine\'s Miracle Man
    » Beijing Plans $124 Billion Overhaul of Health Care
    » Developing countries fail to make impact on redefining counterfeit drugs
    » Fate of generics hinges on Bayer case
    » Counterfeit Medication, R&D Financing Key IP Issues at WHO Board Meeting
    » Shock tactics: Pfizer uses big screen in counterfeit drugs fight
    » Generic Drugs: The Other Drug War
» 2008
  » Desember
    » Lancet: Dozens of nations inflated vaccine numbers
    » Last-Minute Progress Made On Pandemic Flu; More Still To Come
    » Mixed trends propel consolidation in global generics
    » WHO task force separates counterfeits and patent violations
    » EU to ease curbs on Rx drug info to patients
    » What You Don\'t Know About a Drug Can Hurt You
    » Australian health professionals warned against featuring in advertisements
    » Lilly Chairman Taurel Says Promise of Personalized Medicine Could be Jeopardized by Short-Sighted Pu
    » WHO Members Slow To Bridge Disagreements At Pandemic Flu Meeting
    » Hooked: Ethics, the Medical Profession, and the Pharmaceutical Industry
    » Pfizer, Bayer, Boehringer Clot-Busting Drugs May Reap Billons
    » New definition of fake drugs could save the day for local companies
    » Cancer poised to overtake heart disease as world\'s top killer
    » Lamy Challenges Discontented WTO Members To Use TRIPS Public Health Review
    » Why a malaria vaccine?
    » The ideal and the good
    » Japan to Double Anti-Flu Drug Stockpile for Pandemic (Update1)
    » No end in sight for biosimilar data exclusivity debate
    » THAILAND: \'No regrets over cheap AIDS drugs\' - ex-health chief
    » Doctors ditch drug samples to avoid influencing treatment
    » Brazil to reduce pharma trade deficit and improve access to medicines
    » Global health R&D needs further investment to aid the developing world
  » Nopember
    » Closing the gap in a generation: health equity through action on the social determinants of health
    » Obama Victory Draws Quick Reactions From IP, Tech Communities
    » Pharma need not worry too much about President Obama
    » Drug Industry Trade Secrets: Speaking Fees, Education Subsidies
    » Health research spending hits $160 billion but poor missing out
  » Oktober
    » So who\'s afraid of the Internet ... Big Pharma?
    » Patients Seek Financial Aid to Buy Medicine
    » How Obama Would Stifle Drug Innovation
    » India to seek changes in fake drug definition
    » MILLER: A worsening medical condition
    » Pharmaceutical Communication to Consumers
  » September
    » The Most Expensive Drugs Are Getting Even More Expensive
    » Chinese pharma ‚Äď time to look beyond simple growth
    » Biotech, Pharma Industries To Target IP Protection Legislation, Patent Reform
    » Risks and Benefits of Importing Prescription Medications From Lower-Income Countries
    » United States Drug Spending Tops The World
    » Opening The Books
    » Experts speculate on changes in drug policies under the new healthcare reform
    » US presidential campaigns weigh in on biosimilar exclusivity
    » Study: Seniors not quite embracing generic drugs
    » IFPMA Creates Pediatric Task Force to Help Improve Availability of Medicines and Vaccines for Childr
    » New IP Model Proposed To Facilitate Technology Access in Developing Countries
    » Anti-counterfeit bill prompts concerns in Kenya
    » New PwC report finds changing nature pharma outsourcing in Asia
    » Pressure mounts for publication of anti-counterfeiting treaty
    » Drug Regulatory Agencies Collaborate On Counterfeits, New Medical Products
    » FDA Bans Imports of 28 Indian-Made Drugs
    » The root of all evil?
    » Amendment to China\\\'s Patent Law Will Impact Pharmaceutical Companies
    » New EMEA benefit-risk approach could help pricing & reimbursement decisions
    » Is Rx-to-OTC switch best way to protect pharma revenues?
    » Counterfeit Drugs, Real Problems
    » Thai compulsory licences caught in \"legal limbo\"
    » Spanish doctors say \"no thank you\" to drug industry gifts
    » `Flu Fatigue\' Poses Public Health Threat, WHO Says (Update1)
    » Supari accuses rich nations of creating viruses for profit
    » The Importance of the WHO Global Strategy Public Health
  » Agustus
    » Bad Medicine
    » Centre weighs special drug stores for poor
    » Drugmakers urged to back morality-based Health Impact Fund
    » Stopping Killer Counterfeits
    » Big Pharma: What Safe Haven?
    » Good Drugs, Bad Drugs
    » Govt may buy MNC drugs in bulk and sell cheap
    » Drug industry: No more free pens, pads or mugs
    » PhRMA: Reps Don‚Äôt Influence Prescribing Habits
    » Taking the tablets
    » IP Rights Holders Frown On Proposed Changes To WTO TRIPS Agreement
  » Juli
    » Towards a more accessible and affordable healthcare system: regulate or innovate - by Aisling Burnan
    » Domestic pharma industry is at the crossroads
    » New patent pool to aid poor access drugs
    » Free pricing in Europe soon to be a thing of the past?
    » Program will broaden scrutiny of facilities in such countries as China, India
    » Intellectual Property: A Means To An Access And Benefit-Sharing End?
    » A spreading danger
    » Big Pharmas Join to Speed Discoveries
    » Some G8 progress on health goals but still much to do
    » Generics? No Thanks, We‚Äôre Glaxo
    » Global Pharmaceutical Industry at a Crossroads
    » Intellectual Property Regime Stifles Science and Innovation, Nobel Laureates Say
    » Scientists warn against closing Navy lab
    » Costly Cancer Drug Offers Hope, but Also a Dilemma
    » Glaxo Seeks Guidance From Health Systems
    » SIARAN PERS - IPMG Position Paper 2008
    » Welcome Note of Dr. Ait-Allah Mejri, Vice Chairman of IPMG (in Indonesia)
    » Position Paper on Indonesia‚Äôs Negative Investment List 2007
    » Position Paper on Partnership to Improve Accessibility and Financing
    » Position Paper on Distributorship and Registration
    » Counterfeit drugs are increasing around the world
    » US Democrats object to views on Thai compulsory licences
    » Medicines access index comes under fire
    » New report vindicates private sector contribution to drug R&D
  » Mei
    » What the Doctor Ordered
    » Opinion: Freebie ban is insulting to docs
    » Is a new \"golden age\" for vaccines possible?
  » April
    » Growing Industry Efforts to Address HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria, Child & Maternal Health, and Chronic Dise
    » How Generics Differ From Brand Names
  » Februari
    » Principal Focus and Actions of the Research-Based Pharmaceutical Industry
    » Industry Focus Paper Spells Out R&D-Based Pharmaceutical Sector‚Äôs Contribution to Improve Global Hea
    » Thai drug policy legal, says WTO, but govt may abandon it
    » Indonesian minister accuses West of \'exploiting\' bird flu
    » Minister underattack for plan to reverse CL
    » A Dose of Economics for Healthier Pharmaceutical Production
    » International delegation to discuss CL issue
    » IFPMA Creates ‚ÄúMyPortal‚ÄĚ
    » non-API variations between originator meds and generics
  » Januari
    » Health industry; the branded generic medicine debate
    » Commentary: Developing countries need to follow India and Thailand on access to medicines
    » Experimental drugs flourish in China
    » FDA joins forces with print media to protect consumers
    » Researchers ask: Is China the sleeping giant of biotech?
    » FDA Approves 19 New U.S. Drugs, Fewest Since \'83; Glaxo Leads
    » Medicines That Kill
» 2007
  » Desember
    » Drug industry has a heart, after all
    » China: Drug Safety Drive Showing Results
    » No World Trade Organization criticism of Thai drug policies
  » Nopember
    » Indonesia Mulls Compulsory Licences On Three More HIV/AIDS Drugs
    » Support evident for compulsory licensing in Thailand
    » WTO members not obliged to grant patents for ‚Äėdiscoveries‚Äô
    » Don\'t Harbour the Patent Pirates
    » Towards a needs-based medical R&D system
    » Innovating the FDA -- With the Drug Industry\'s Help?
    » Lobbying Stalls Generic Drug Legislation
    » Would cash prizes promote cheap drugs?
    » WHO IP And Health Group Ends Meeting With Substantive Progress
    » Supply of counterfeit APIs from India on rise
    » A Heart Stent Gets a Reprieve From Doctors
    » WHO Inter Governmental Working Group: Addressing Unmet Developing World Health Needs Sustainable, Pr
    » Little room for scientists in pharma\'s new generation
  » Oktober
    » China accepts WTO amendment to enhance access to drugs
    » Beyond the pill
    » As counterfeit medicines reach local chemists, are YOU at risk?
    » Parliament Paves Way for EU Adoption Of WTO Health Amendment
    » Government should allow industry to generate more profit
    » WHO: Pandemic flu vaccine by 2010
    » As counterfeit medicines reach local chemists, are YOU at risk?
    » Special report: Prescription medicines
    » Fake medicine, real problem
    » Minnesota Limit on Gifts to Doctors May Catch On
    » UN Talks On Public Health Access and Innovation Face Challenges
    » Health service for all by 2010 ‚Äď minister (10.13.07)
    » Lilly\'s CEO Calls for Reform of Nation\'s Drug Safety System
    » Drugs That Go Untaken
    » Drug makers top R&D spending scoreboard
    » Price regulation of essential medicines
    » Global pharmaceutical body attacks WHO (World Health Organization) on TRIPS role
    » Industry says UN human rights guidelines for pharma are \\
    » Government Amend Draft on Separation Package
  » September
    » Factory for fake prescription drugs
    » Price regulation of essential medicines
    » Study to probe extent of spurious drug industry
    » Collective effort needed to weed out counterfeit drugs
    » Kuala Lumpur To Host 2008 IFPMA Asian Regulatory Conference
    » All Eyes on China Drug Safety
    » Global Bird Flu Deaths Reach 200; H5N1 Virus Lingers
    » Pengumuman Pemenang - PENGHARGAAN KARYA JURNALISTIK IPMG 2007
  » Agustus
    » Obat Gelap Pertarungan Sejumlah Kepentingan
    » Do Good -- or Else
    » President asks pharmaceutical industry to support affordable medicine program
  » Juli
    » Govt urged to reconsider CL policy
  » Juni
    » Patent busting moves ahead
    » Sharing bird flu virus samples must benefit all: WHO (06.12.07)
    » The Cost of Cheap Drugs
    » Robert Zoellick‚Äôs Health Challenge at the World Bank (06.05.07)
    » An important win for domestic pharma industry
    » Drug Patents Don\'t Kill Poor Patients
    » Lives at stake in drug patent clash
  » Mei
    » IFPMA Clinical Trials Portal Promotion
    » IP Rises At Assembly As Brazil Proposes Greater WHO Role In Trade
    » WHO\'s Chan pledges fair access to bird flu vaccines
    » Pharmaceutical logistics partners
    » Gifts to Doctors Are Widespread
    » Abbott wrong to target Thailand
    » Big opportunities loom for the pharmaceutical industry as India opens up, says IMS
  » April
    » WHO to commit itself to fighting tropical diseases
    » Cost of new drugs must be stated
    » IFPMA Welcomes WHO Global Partners Meeting on Neglected Tropical Diseases and Urges Cooperation and
    » Intellectual propriety
    » Industry needs to learn from recent Asian experiences
    » Thailand\'s Patent Damage
    » A New Kind of Drug War
    » Merck wins battle over drug patent
    » Pushing Too Far
    » Evaluating Drug Prices, Availability, Affordability, and Price Components: Implications for Access t
  » Maret
    » Govt backsJakarta in bird flu row
    » Putting meaning back into TRIPS
    » Thai health groups urge boycott of US drug manufacturer
    » Activists call for boycott of US drug giant
    » In Clash With Activists, Critics Charge Thailand Violation Of Trade Rules
    » Indonesia seeks stronger WHO assurances on bird flu vaccines
    » Sanofi-Aventis head warns of \'threat\' to pharma
    » Justice slams Abbott\'s drug decision
    » Bold Proposal To Restructure Drug Development And Patent Systems To Bring Lifesaving Medicines To Th
    » Jakarta refuses to give bird flu samples to WHO
    » Abbott will not be intimidated in Thailand
    » WHO seeks smart technology to stop fake medicines
    » Pharmaceutical body issues new marketing code
    » Indonesia won\'t share bird flu samples
    » Abbott Escalates Thai Patent Rift
    » Untangling Thailand\'s Drug Policies
    » Thailand Presents Report On Compulsory Licensing Experience (03.12.07)
    » Thai Patent Turmoil
    » Indonesian Avian Flu Stance Reveals Potential Weakness In Global System (03.08.07)
  » Februari
    » RPT-INTERVIEW-Indonesia says WHO must set rules on H5N1 sharing
    » Asian Patent Wars
    » Tinggi, Anemia pada Balita dan Ibu Hamil
    » Jakarta signs questioned flu deal
    » Generic drugs under assault
    » Final talks to be held with drug companies
    » India and the Drug Patent Wars
  » Januari
    » Thailand allows some copycat drugs
    » Novartis builds neglected disease programme through Indonesian alliance
    » Fake drugs are just a click away
» 2006
  » Nopember
    » WHO and partners accelerate fight against counterfeit medicines
    » Patents still blocking drugs for poor-activists
  » Oktober
    » Developed Countries Seek To Elevate Enforcement Measures In TRIPS Council (10-25-06)
    » Global Pharmaceutical Industry Launches Ethics Code, Highlights Importance Of Patents
    » IFPMA Elects Mr. Fred Hassan of Schering-Plough to Head New Leadership
    » Bird-Flu Festers in Indonesia as Deficit Hinders Disease Fight
  » September
    » Guidelines Go Global
    » Indonesia cuts generics prices to improve access
    » First Technology Transfers From Roche To Enable Local Production Of HIV Medicine For Africa
    » UnitedHealth tests generics orthodoxy
    » China poised for wide-ranging healthcare reforms
    » Asia-Pacific nations face dementia epidemic: experts
    » The Emerging Market Dynamics of Targeted Therapeutics
    » Who runs the WHO?
    » Stanford to Ban Drug Makers‚Äô Gifts to Doctors, Even Pens
    » European commission cool on calls for anti-counterfeiting convention
    » The medicines that could kill millions
    » Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation meeting to address Asian global trial issues
    » Patent rights threatened
    » Vigilance is the best medicine
    » Portal into the world of clinical trials
    » Counterfeit drugs imperil health and profits
    » Medical Students And AARP Fight To End Gifts From Pharmaceutical Companies To Doctors
    » 3-in-1 heart pill could save millions
    » Counterfeit anti-infective drugs
    » North America: The pharmaceutical industry - Prescribing ethics
    » Value of Health Care Is Tallied In Growth of Life Expectancy
    » Medical experts tackle global health gap
    » Irreducible drug prices
    » US/ASEAN agreement to improve innovative medicine access
    » Access, Participation in Healthcare Decision-Making and Policy Impact - What Patients Really Want
    » Alleged Link Between Trafficking Of Counterfeit Medications, Parallel Trade In Europe \'Unfounded,\'
    » FDA: counterfeit drugs on some Web sites
  » Agustus
    » PATIENTS AND PHYSICIANS TO GAIN EASY ACCESS TO CLINICAL
    » EU defines investigational medicinal products
    » Asean, U.S. Sign Agreement To Expand Trade and Investment
    » IFPMA updates code of practice
    » Study highlights dangers of counterfeit medicines
    » ASEAN five to implement common standards on pharmaceuticals
    » Taxation As A Deadly Event
    » Data exclusivity won‚Äôt help India
    » Patent or patient? How Washington uses trade deals to protect drugs
    » European Medicines Evaluation Agency defines meaning of \"commercially confidential information\"
    » Drug Debate
  » Juli
    » More interest in diseases could reduce treatment delays, says EFPIA
    » The tough return
    » Drug Makers Pay for Lunch as They Pitch
    » Counterfeit drugs a threat to consumer safety, Pfizer warns
    » A deal doomed from the beginning
    » ‚ÄėWe take ethical responsibilities seriously‚Äô
    » As Other Asian Nations Have Moved to Control Bird Flu, It Is Rapidly Spiraling in Indonesia
    » Congress urged to clear path for generic drugs
    » Report Finds a Heavy Toll From Medication Errors
    » China looks to improve rural access to essential drugs:(07-20-06)
    » One last push for an EU patent system
    » Hospital Chiefs Get Paid for Advice on Selling
    » Counterfeit drugs and border security
    » More interest in diseases could reduce treatment delays, says EFPIA
    » Ghana: The G8 And Health- the Wrong Target
    » Medical Reviews Face Criticism Over Lapses
    » Indian drugs sector attacks price controls
    » Global health funding: a glass half full?
    » Clinical trials face rising public distrust
    » Drug imports
    » IPA moves closer to OPPI position on data exclusivity
    » More EU guidance on paediatric drug development
    » Drug Counterfeiting on the Rise
    » Clinical trials face rising public distrust
    » Homeopathic practices \'risk lives\'
    » Health Experts Outline The Future Outlook Of Re-emerging Infectious Diseases ThreatsHealth Experts O
    » Global health funding: a glass half full?
    » Link Between Diabetes and Alzheimer‚Äôs Deepens
    » Counterfeit Drugs Are A Danger To Everyone
    » EU countries disagree over stockpiling drugs for flu pandemic
    » What\'s next for WHO?
    » Slovak law could hinder generic approvals, manufacturers fear
    » Plan panel snubs move to expand drug price control
    » Pharmaceuticals contentious issue in FTA
    » RFID Industry Implications of the FDA Update
    » Essential drugs face Malaysian price controls
    » Little Growth Seen In Vaccine R&D For Rest Of Decade, According To The Tufts Center For The Study Of
    » WHO chief urges G8 to focus on diseases
    » Regulation of Clinical Research Sponsored by Pharmaceutical Companies: A Proposal
    » A Tale of Two Drugs Hints at Promise for Genetic Testing
    » WHO demands early disclosure of drug trials
    » G8 presents united front on global health issues
    » EU fails to improve pharmaceutical competitiveness, says EFPIA president
    » Fire-walling counterfeits
    » Global Vaccine Initiative Hits Snag
    » Roche‚Äôs tiered pricing enables poorer countries to stockpile drugs
    » Petitions to FDA Sometimes Delay Generic Drugs
    » Unethical medicine promos under scalpel
    » Ends and means
    » Clinical trials initiative: patients or patents?
    » A market remedy that can bring vaccines to the poor
    » The Cost of Saving Lives
  » Juni
    » Merck Loses Protection for Patent on Zocor
    » South American Ministers Vow to Protect Access to Medicines
    » EU and US join forces for global enforcement of Intellectual Property rights
    » Almost a quarter of all disease caused by environmental exposure
    » WHO plan to ease IP enforcement may change licensing practices
    » A \"strict\" new code of good pharmaceutical practices prohibits gifts to doctors
    » Coffee\'s List of Possible Benefits Gets Another Entry
    » Drugs industry\'s code of ethics bans pop stars
    » A quest is on to make smoking less of a drag on health
    » Doctors Group Calls for Limits on Drug Advertising
    » The great medicines scandal
    » Letter: Drug firms work to help the third world
    » In Ethical Defense of Patenting Life
    » The Threat Of Avian Flu
    » For the people, by the company
    » India rejects Wockhardt\'s patent application for nadifloxacin
    » Unapproved Drugs Called \'Threat\'
    » FDA to Order Tracking of Medicines
    » When Drug Firms Pay Off Competitors
    » Almost half of licensed drugs unavailable in EU, says report
    » EU and US regulators boost co-operation on pharmacogenomics
    » Gilead faces criticism over drug access
    » 25 Years of Deadly Lessons
    » Developing countries set for clash with US over patents
    » Marketing the Illness and the Cure?
    » How To Protect Yourself From Bird Flu - Harvard Health Letter
  » Mei
    » Donations tie drug firms and nonprofits
    » WHO to see if patent system keeps drugs from poor
    » WHO to prompt R&D for poorer countries
    » Nation takes new steps to curb excessive drug prices
    » An effort to entice cures for diseases
    » MoH to accommodate pharmaceutical industry\'s complaints
    » India\'s Secret Weapon
    » Penn bans gifts from drug reps
    » Doctors Object to Gathering of Drug Data
    » Group Says Drug Makers Exaggerate Claims
    » Safety of drug supply: Tougher laws needed to stem counterfeit drug rings
    » \"Sad irony\" in patient information says lobby group
    » Drug firms accused over doctor \'perks\'
    » Court Backs Experimental Drugs for Dying Patients
    » Report Notes Continued Progress on IPRs, Significant Improvements Still Needed in China and Russia
    » Access to Essential Medical Interventions and Mission Creep in Aid Agencies (
    » Progress on drug code
    » Celebrex Ads Are Back, Dire Warnings and All
    » Commission Welcomes Changes To EU Law To Allow Export Of Patented Medicine To Countries In Need
    » Generic drug makers want loophole closed
    » \"Reverse payment\" brand/generic settlements make a comeback in US
  » April
    » Novartis Seeks Approval to Use
    » Good Manufacturing Practice For Pharmaceutical Excipients: New Industry Guide Points The Way
    » PhRMA Moves Toward Personalized Medicine, Away From Blockbusters
    » Power to the Patients
    » PT. ACTAVIS INDONESIA
    » WHO advisers urge drugs firms cut prices for poor
    » FTC to study branded drug makers\' use of generics
    » WHO IP Report Comprehensive, But No Calls For Major Change In IP System
  » Maret
    » China calls for more time, recognition in fight against piracy
    » WHO (World Health Organization) report highlights H5N1 containment strategy
    » Bureaucracy Buster? Glaxo Lets Scientists Choose Its New Drugs
    » New IFPMA Clinical Trials Portal Upgrade allows Patients and Physicians to Search Faster, More Preci
    » We need the truth about new drugs, but can we swallow it?
    » FDA, Drug Companies Announce Collaboration To Share Clinical Data
    » Pricing to dominate US/Korea free trade pact
    » Swedish industry assesses \"the price of credibility\"
    » The New Cancer Fighter (And Other Hot Drugs On The Way)
    » New EU paediatric legislation edges nearer after ministers vote
    » As Drug Bill Soars, Some Doctors Get An \'Unsales\' Pitch
    » When High Taxes Kill
    » Puzzling patients with drug packaging
    » Statements on the decrees 068 and 069/Menkes/II/2006
    » Phony drugs rampant in developing world
    » W.H.O. Urges Action to Stop Counterfeit Medicines
    » Fake drugs, including Tamiflu, thrive on Internet
  » Februari
    » FDA Official To Propose New User Fees For Generic Medications
    » WHO global taskforce to tackle counterfeit medicines
    » Don\'t get sick
    » Pill-popping public \'victims of unregulated market\'
    » Boehringer and Merck makes Indonesia as Base Country for All Medicine Production in Asean
    » UK calls for ethical guidelines for EU regulation on paediatric medicines (02-07-06)
    » Low-Fat Diet\'s Benefits Rejected
    » Generics industry attacks attempts to link approvals and patents (02-06-06)
    » Drug companies pledge to triple flu vaccine output (01-28-06)
    » Distance Sought Between Doctors and Drug Industry
    » Global Partnership Announces 10-Year Plan to Fight Tuberculosis (01-28-06)
    » Fears over side effects of charities\' links with pharmaceutical industry (01-24-06)
    » Industry Expertise Should Be Included In Pandemic Influenza Planning And Decision-making Processes
  » Januari
    » India suggests price cuts for patented drugs
    » FDA Approves Fewer New Prescription Drugs In 2005
    » EU prepares guidance for paediatric drug development
    » Medical Breakthrough
    » Next Outbreak May Not Be Bird Flu
    » Impact of the looming flu pandemic is already being felt
    » EU tipped to get biogenerics this year, U.S. 2009
    » Drug discovery companies turn to low-cost Asian countries to evade stringent regulations
    » Branded Drugs Settling More Generic Suits
    » No dearth of a salesman in pharmaceuticals
    » Australia Might Remove Amendment Opposed By U.S. Pharmaceutical Companies From Free-Trade Agreement
    » Quick update on the status of WTO ministers\'s negotiations in Hong Kong as of 14 December
    » PhRMA Launches National Flu Awareness Campaign
    » US pharmaceutical industry limbers up for Medicare\'s brave new world
    » TO SERVE THE NATIONAL CITY AND THROUGH IT THE NATION - Latham was right on FTA safeguard
    » EU defines criteria for gaining extra year of marketing protection
    » GSK wants rule change to fight pandemic
    » Doc Makes Candid Comments on HIV Vaccine
» 2005
  » Desember
    » India to improve drug access and R&D (research and development)
    » Regulators target illegal sellers of Tamiflu drug
    » Flu jab for whole population plan
    » WTO amendment on importing generic drugs draws mixed reaction
    » Product patent regime changed indian pharma sector in 2005
    » WTO told to tackle trade deals that affect access to medicines
    » Customs Agents Seize Counterfeit Bird Flu Drug
    » Pharma Brand Teams Spend Millions on Drugs\' Lifecycle Management
    » More Than Half Of Drug Makers at Convention Violated Rules
    » Intense lobbying by MNCs, NGOs place govt in dilemma to decide on data exclusivity
    » India to WTO: Help Us Protect Herbs, Tea, Yoga
    » EU says Roche\'s Tamiflu safe, may be used in kids
    » A Fresh Perspective on Tamiflu - Interview with Franz B. Humer
    » Roche avoids Taiwan compulsory license for Tamiflu
    » WTO EXTENDS INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY EXEMPTION DEADLINE FOR POOREST COUNTRIES
    » Drug patents are good for our health
  » Nopember
    » Pharmaceutical firms to be \"named and shamed\" for breaching UK code of conduct
    » The generic onslaught against branded drugs
  » Oktober
    » Roche limits drug supplies to chemists as stockpiles urged
    » Show Me the Risk! A drug‚Äôs a gamble? Put the decision in the hands of doctors and patients.
    » Drug halves breast cancer returns
    » India\'s Cipla says ready to make generic version of anti-bird flu drug
    » Serono admits Aids drug charges
    » Governments Must Help Stop Fake Drugs: Drug Firms
    » Neglected diseases: Small groups are a solution
    » Inside U.N. Agency, Flu Data Sparked A Tense Debate
    » EU Health Official Urges Flu Drugs Boost as Thailand Plans Generic Alternatives
    » Roche\'s Tamiflu may come under WTO loophole for public health emergencies
    » Drugs companies are not on the same level as arms dealers
    » Drugs prescription
    » Bayer Offers New Antibiotic With Promise in Fight on TB
    » Bird flu virus shows signs of evading newest drug
    » A Futures Market in Flu - Preparing for a bird-flu pandemic should include private financing of vacc
    » Pressure grows to reduce price of flu drugs
    » test 20005
    » Sales of counterfeit medicines remain unabated despite continuing crackdowns on manufacturers and di
    » NGOs on Drugs
    » Counterfeit drugs deemed threat in Europe
    » Counterfeit Pharmaceuticals And the Public Health
    » Canada - Generic drug makers target new proposal
    » Drugs pricing inquiry renews industry tensions
    » French budget plans become clearer: higher pharma taxes but not lower prices
    » Early Clinical Trials the Culprit In Drug Development Slowdown
    » Scholars challenge costing of new drugs
    » Treating Malaria - The cure from China
  » September
    » The Misguided Assault on the U.S. Drug Industry
    » Japanese innovation
    » How pharmacists are taking over the health service
    » Private-Sector Mercy
    » Drug Makers Seek To Transform Advertising
    » There\'s no such thing as a harmless drug
    » FDA Reviews of New Drugs May Signal Tougher Scrutiny
    » European drugmakers turn to U.S. - Foreign companies find more favorable conditions here, and the re
    » Germany, a cautionary tale - Price controls cited as one harm to the industry
  » Agustus
    » Drug-Benefit Firms\' Rx: Generics
    » Antibiotics-to-go may increase STD treatment
    » Hepatitis B: The Forgotten Virus
    » Is Glaxo\'s Pipeline Half Full or Half Empty? Views Differ
    » Pfizer to Promote Health Awareness
    » Merck scientist says all drug safety risk can\'t be eliminated
    » Cheaper Malaria Medicine May Be Just as Effective as Costly Treatment
    » Drug makers object to U.S. plan for early warnings
    » Criminals make killing from fake drugs
    » U.S. drug makers to review advertising complaints
    » Indian generics think we want to carve up more of a fixed pie - Interview with Harvey Bale
    » New TB vaccine design called for in poor nations
    » Risk reassessment: changing attitudes to safety challenge the drugs industry
    » Generics embrace globalisation
    » Fake drugs find leads to recall
    » GSK wins court fight in its war on copycat rivals
    » Anatomy of an epidemic
    » Multinational Pharmaceutical Company Backs Down
  » Juli
    » F.D.A. Hoping for Indictment Over Fake Pills
    » Crowded Generics Field Pinches Profits
    » Small Leaps or Giant Steps - Drug development
    » Japan warned on drugs industry competitiveness
    » Brazil\'s corruption scandal may deal a blow to intellectual-property rights
    » U.S. Pharm Grp To Ask Japan Govt For New Drug Pricing Sys
    » Supply and regulation of medicines - Costs of prescribing are rising, and patients may pay the price
    » When the going gets really tough
    » From Web-Savvy Patient To a \'Cyberchondriac\'
    » Pharma cos to give drugs at cost price to the poor
    » It‚Äôs absurd to jail China copycats
    » How Roche stays ahead of rivals
    » Web Sites New Twist in Celebrity Drug Ads
    » Market research has become big business, as a merger shows (IMS Health and VNU)
    » To Sell Their Drugs, Companies Increasingly Rely on Doctors
    » Brazil\'s attack on the foundations of American prosperity
    » Assembly meets to tackle health needs of the poor
    » Software company defends sale of patients‚Äô data to drug companies
    » Study Finds Contradictions In Some Positive Drug Studies
    » JAPAN DRUGMAKERS DEMAND A SAY IN DETERMINING MANDATORY DRUG PRICES - JPMA
    » Experts to Consider Withdrawal of Asthma Drugs
    » 43 ways to save the world
    » U.S. senator urges voluntary limits on drug ads
    » Blockbuster Drugs Are So Last Century
    » Access to HIV Treatment Continues to Accelerate in Developing Countries, But Bottlenecks Persist, Sa
    » WHO Is Likely to Miss Its AIDS-Program Goal
    » Brazil\'s dangerous denial
  » Juni
    » Advertisement makes pills cheaper - And informs patients, says economist
    » Japanese health ministry to promote use of generic drugs - report
    » Poor Countries Must Remove Tax Barriers to Key Medicines
    » Are drug firms standing in the way of lower prices?
    » Brazil Says it Will Break AIDS Drug Patents
    » \'Import Tax On Drugs Affects the Poor\'
    » A Drug Arsenal Is Critical to War on Cancer
    » Fighting Fake Drugs
    » A Drug Maker\'s Ads, Hold the Disclaimer
    » From seed to harvest - The biotech industry is maturing
    » With Vioxx gone, pain drug prices jump - study
    » Consumer advertising and doctors\' prescribing - Doctors and patients alike need to be empowered by
  » Mei
    » Drugs companies to slash gifts for doctors
    » A prescription for combating global diseases
    » Drug chiefs ponder how to improve industry\'s reputation
    » Next steps in trial registration - Minimum criteria have been agreed, and intentions restated
    » An innovative solution to curing disease
    » Where biotechnology is the drug
    » WHO\'s in charge of world health?
    » Pharmaceuticals company moves to stop diversion of Aids drugs
    » U.N. adopts rules to prevent disease spread
    » World Health Assembly Coverage: The Costly Diversion
    » Stolen, counterfeit drug problems rise
    » Europe follows U.S. lead on child medicine testing
    » Drug Industry Is Said to Work On an Ad Code
    » Patients and Physicians to Gain Easy Access to Clinical Trials Information via New IFPMA Search Port
    » Survey finds Americans prefer \'safer\' older drugs
    » The Pope and AIDS
    » Internet Drugs - Bad Medicine
    » Dangerous Doses: How Counterfeiters Are Contaminating America\'s Drug Supply (Book Review)
    » WHO To Launch Web-Based Sys To Track Counterfeit Drugs
    » WHO To Launch Web-Based Sys To Track Counterfeit Drugs
    » Lives endangered by fake medicines and goods
    » Why does piracy pay? The economy, stupid
    » Quitting Cancer Drugs
    » Drug Cos Mull Ethics Of Using India For Clinical Trials
    » The Ideological War Over Intellectual Property
    » German Curbs On Drug Costs Rile Big Brands
    » Developing countries deserve a fairer plan - Are the Millennium Development Goals the way forward?
    » Drug company is censured for offering perks to prescribing nurses
    » Fake-Drug Sales Thrive on Web
    » Deep Discounts By Drug Firms Draw Scrutiny
    » Europe \'lagging further behind US on drugs\'
  » April
    » Medical death taxes
    » Malaria Trial Could Set a Model For Financing of Costly Vaccines
    » Merck Plans Discount Program
    » Church must frame HIV/Aids policy
    » Can New Model Deliver Drugs for World\'s Poor?
    » AIDS in Africa - The Road Forward: the fate of the millions infected lies in companies building upon
    » Cost, Side Effects Lead US Srs To Miss Drug Doses -Survey
    » Misunderstanding \"Market Failure\" - Helping the diseased poor - right policy, wrong rhetoric
    » Experts Say Americans Are Overmedicating
    » Drug Makers Prepare to Argue Against a Patent
    » Substandard Drugs Threat to Heart Patients - Study
    » Drug companies \'stay silent about fakes to protect profits\'
    » Medical R&D miracle
    » Building better drugs
    » Study: Brand Drug Prices Outpace Inflation
    » Fake drugs saturate South African market
    » Cashing in on our pharmaceutical expertise
    » Industry\'s biggest manufacturers enter generics through loophole
    » Low Costs Lure Foreigners to India for Medical Care
    » China Moves From Piracy to Patents
    » Raising the Alarm on Rise in Counterfeit Drugs
    » Is the FDA Broken?
    » Drugs industry suffers drop in research
    » Directing the Poor to Free Medicine
    » Stringent safeguards urged for prescription medicines put on general sale
    » Letter in response to article \"Foreign Pharma Firms Abusing Patent Rights\"
    » Doctors, Drug Makers Too Cozy? New Guidelines Fuel the Debate
    » Drugs watchdog failing patients, warns report
    » All eyes on Pfizer‚Äôs cost-savings plans
    » NEW WEB RESOURCE ON HIV/AIDS, TB & MALARIA - GlobalHealthReporting.org
    » Patent Act - Beginning of a new era
    » To spare the pain
    » A Malaria Success
    » Reining in direct-to-customer advertising
    » Wolfowitz‚Äôs appointment could be good news for malaria sufferers
    » Wolfowitz‚Äôs appointment could be good news for malaria sufferers
    » Brazilian Trade Games
    » The Stakes in China\'s Viagra Wars
    » Drug access boost for poor plan
    » Cyclical Drug Pipeline Means Next Boom May Be Years Away
    » Drug access boost for poor plan
    » Foreign pharma firms abusing patent rights
    » Global Forum on Pharmaceutical AntiCounterfeiting Calls for Increased Corporate Responsibility and a
    » India\'s Crackdown on Fakes
  » Maret
    » Americans are in danger of over-regulating the drug industry. There is a better way
    » Achieving the Millennium Development Goals
    » Social determinants of health inequalities
    » Keeping Drug Risks in View - Vasella of Novartis pushes industry transparency, patient education
    » Saving Pfennige , Costing Lives
    » Drug Cos. Intensify Cancer Treatment Push
    » Why One Medication Can Sometimes Treat Very Different Maladies
    » Low cost measures could save lives of three million babies a year
    » Wyeth, Novartis criticise EU regulators
    » International pharmaceutical body rejects proposed R&D (research and development) treaty
    » Pharmaceutical Companies Race To Develop Anti-Smoking Drug
    » China arrests 2,505 suspects for making, marketing life-threatening fake goods
    » Report Says Medicaid Overpays for Drugs
    » Losing Their Patients
    » Pain Pills Withdrawn, Many Renew Search for Relief
    » AIDS drugs threatened
    » The costs of health care
    » Give the economy a growth pill ‚Äď scrap the ban on drug adverts
    » Of mice, men and medical concern
    » Drugs groups are left to count the cost
    » Drugs Get Good Ratings, But Drugmakers Less So
    » Proposed new FDA safety demands under fire
    » UK regulator to shame companies for misleading advertisements
    » Cancer Therapy Dropped in U.S. Is Revived in China
  » Februari
    » Aids Vaccine Elusive - Even for Patents
    » Open-Source Practices for Biotechnology
    » Biotech Drugs\' Generic Future Debated
    » Common Problem: Skipping Doses
    » Mis-diagnosing the disease of the poor
    » Assaulting Drug Patents
    » Science Takes Role in Product Liability
    » Glaxo CEO Laments Pharma Marketing \'Arms Race\'
    » Antibiotics Without Patients - Drug Shipment\'s Long Road To Treating Tsunami Victims Illustrates Ob
    » Full Text of the G-7 Statement
    » INDIA TO PROMOTE ITSELF AS HEALTH CARE DESTINATION
    » Fakes - The global counterfeit business is out of control
    » Former Top Drug Executives Bank On Big Pharma\\\'s Abandoned Ideas
    » FOREIGN DRUG COMPANIES IN NO HURRY TO INVEST IN CHINA\'S MARKET
    » Nurses, Pharmacists Take On New Roles
    » The Vaccine Balance
    » Tsunami Affects Indonesian Medical System
  » Januari
    » Patent law shakes up India\'s drugs sector
    » Interview with Richard Feachem of the Global Fund
    » US Corporate Aid For Tsunami Victims Tops $302M - Survey
    » Manufaketure
    » The Other Tsunamis
» 2004
  » Desember
    » Cervical Cancer Epidemic in Poor Countries
    » Push And Pull
    » Canada Signals Crackdown on Internet Pharmacies
    » Ex-Serono director accused by US feds of AIDS drug kickbacks
    » How the law deals with fake medicines
    » Book Review - Solving global crises - economists alone are not enough
    » Politically correct remedy backfires
    » Drug-Trial Registry, The
    » Making Vaccines Good Business
    » German doctors warn on painkillers
    » The High Cost of Cheap Drugs
    » Patients Medical Needs Decided by Bureaucrats
    » Third-world biotechnology: Southern comfort, eastern promise
    » Consumer Reports Ranks Drugs On Free Website
    » SA, global generic-drug prices on par study
    » Medical progress
    » Deadly Medicine
    » A.M.A. Seeks More Openness in Drug Trials
    » German Pharm Assoc Hopes Suits Will Clarify Drug Pricing
    » Human-powered health care
    » AIDS and business
    » New 20 year patents threaten to end AIDS drugs for developing countries
    » US threatens Australia over plan to block extensions to drug patents
    » Prescription drugs for Americans hit record
  » Nopember
    » Report: Health Worker Shortage Hampers Developing Nations
    » The Curse of Too Much Caution
    » Journal calls for new system to monitor post-marketing drug safety
    » The Mexico Summit on Health Research 2004 - Fine words, few actions
    » Bayer and Tsinghua University Inaugurate Public Health and HIV/AIDS Media Studies Program
    » Canada can\'t be America\'s drugstore
    » Generic drug doubts cause HIV alarm
    » Health Summit: Research key to progress
    » No pain-free option
    » Generic HIV Drugs Made by Indian Firm Taken Off WHO List
    » Treating malaria: A feverish response
    » Grey Matter
    » Charity aims to distribute donated drugs to developing countries
    » The important world of drug prequalification
    » Birth of a Biotech Industry: Western Drug Makers Outsource R&D To Scientists in Shanghai and Beijing
    » Assessing claims about the cost of new drug development: a critique of the publik citizen and TB All
    » Counterfeit drugs cost profits and lives
    » Outsourced Heart Study Shows Cheap Drugs Can Help
    » A patently valid decision
    » A question of genetics?
    » Spend $150 Billion Per Year to Cure World Poverty
    » The Grant Giver
    » Merck Should Have Pulled Vioxx in 2000-Study
    » If we want more, we have to pay more
    » FDA Plans Major Review of Procedures
    » Monitoring global health: time for new solutions
    » Mexico, 2004: Global health needs a new research agenda
    » Doctors and drug companies are locked in \"vicious circle\"
  » Oktober
    » Vioxx, We Hardly Knew Ye
    » WHO needs reform, not more money
    » Vaccine Policies Need a Booster
    » Europe regulator attacks drug groups over disclosure of adverse side effects
    » Lilly Cautions Against Effects of Drug Importation
    » Warning on internet health advice
    » Fight HIV with real information
    » The Drug War
    » Europe generic drug sales to double by 2010-report
    » Charitable giving \'on rise among companies
    » High Court Rejects Appeals Over Generic-Drug Cases
    » U.S. declares war on intellectual property theft
    » What Ails the Drug Industry? Go Ask Wall Street And Its Short-Term Vision
    » These Two Make Quite a Team
    » Few Parents Want Their Kids To Participate in Clinical Trials
    » Drug Maker Jostle To Fill Vioxx Gap
    » Letter: Big Pharma? Think Again
    » World Bank Decreases Funds for Malaria
    » Few Americans buy medicines online, study finds
    » Big Drugs: A Bitter Pill
    » Understanding Risk and Reward. What Marcia Angel can learn from the Vioxx withdrawal
    » New Vioxx Study Project Cases Of Heart Attack
    » A blockbuster dies
    » European Commision wants drug companies to test products for use in children
    » Lancet Calls For Review Of Drug Safety Criteria
    » Vioxx: an unequal partnership between safety and efficacy
    » FDA Accused of Silencing Vioxx Warnings
    » Death for counterfeit medicine peddlers sought
    » European Regulators to Review Drug Class After Vioxx Recall
    » Stark warnings to drugs groups
    » Intellectual property faces perils in China, study warns
    » Medical Ethics: The need for openness
    » Counterfeit drugs widespread
    » India\'s generic drug makers eye research
    » The drugs industry and its watchdog: a relationship too close for comfort?
    » Vioxx Recall Raises Questions On FDA\'s Safety Monitoring
    » Commentary: How To Sharpen The Innovation Edge
    » New Ethical Minefield: Drugs to Boost Memory And Sharpen Attention
    » Vitamins \'may raise death risk from cancer\': Research could pose threat to pharmaceutical industry
    » Widely Used Arthritis Drugs Is Withdrawn
    » Merck setback forces a shift to new drugs
    » \'Super-aspirins\' put under the microscope
    » Astrazeneca Needs R&D Magic
    » FDA Eases Rules on Drug Manufacturing
    » UN urged to relax laws on intellectual property to help developing countries
  » September
    » Intellectual Property and Developing Countries
    » Half of Internet Viagra Could Be Fake - Study
    » INDIAN GOVT, PHARMA INDUSTRY DIFFER ON ISSUE OF DRUG PRICING
    » Debates on patents for medical practice deadlocked (JAPAN)
    » This Pill Will Make You Feel Better, but We\'re Not Sure Why
    » Where This Angell Should Have Feared to Tread
    » Dr. McClellan\'s Medicare Rx
    » In WHO\'s interest: the debate surrounding the 2003 election of the Director-General of WHO
    » Study suggests hepatitis B vaccine increases risk of multiple sclerosis
    » Move to switch statins to non-prescription in US
    » Is that it, then, for blockbuster drugs?
    » Turn on the ideas
    » Vaccine Could Stem Bacterial Meningitis
    » Fight to Legalize Drug Imports Has Unlikely Ally
    » Don\'t Like Shots? Take a Gel Pill
    » Necessary Treatments
    » Drug Study Registries Raise Competitive Concerns
    » Drug companies under attack
    » Positive outlook for India\'s pharma sector
    » Health in the Balance
    » Investors urge drug firms to do more for world\'s poor
    » Officials reject claims of drug industry\'s influence
    » Compulsory registration of clinical trials
    » Drug Maker Helps the Police Fight Abuse
    » Non-Profit Drug Research Needs $1 Bln Injection
    » A Big Drug Maker Moves to Play Down Mass-Market Pills
    » Drugs firm invests $62m in high-end research in Singapore
    » Saving Marcia Angell From Herself
    » Industry supports \'black box\'plan
    » Drugs and Race
    » How Drug Alerts Trickle Down to Your Doctor
    » Antidepressants Urged to Have Stern Warnings
    » Dividing Pills May Produce Inaccurate Doses, Study Finds
    » States, Led by Ex-Governor, Want to know Which Drugs Work Best
    » AstraZeneca setback will be a growing pain for all drugs firms
    » FDA Panel Mulls Ethics of Testing Drugs in Children
    » A Mosquito\'s Gift in Singapore: A Bad Case of Breakbone Fever
    » Pill, Anyone?
    » Ends without means - UN\'s Millennium Development Goals
    » Are Free-Trade Agreements Good for Your Health?
    » F.B.I Says Arrests Disrupted Trade in Stolen or Expired Medicine
    » Where has all the science gone?
    » Street Pharmacies Taint Iraqi Health Care
    » Glaxo to Begin Posting Drug Trial Results
    » The Truth About Marcia Angell
    » And the medicine cabinet was bare
    » Future Flu Strains May Grow Resistant to Antiviral Drugs
    » Demographic Bomb May Only Go Pop
    » Ignorance Can Kill
    » A taste for bitter medicine
    » Drug company pulls out of Chinese lawsuit over diabetes drug
    » Study raps costly no-brand drugs
    » Brazil calls for reform of patent rules to protect developing countries
    » Health care cutting costs by closing door on drug reps
    » Legislation improving medicines for children in the pipeline
  » Agustus
    » Fake Drugs in Market / \'Putting Lives at Risk\'/
    » Anti-AIDS drug: Cipla re-submits data to WHO
    » Advertising blackout
    » China\'s health care: Where are the patients?
    » Glaxo suffers side effects in China
    » Singapore Gambit to Woo Drug Firms Pays Off
    » Drug firms pressed to make child-friendly doses
    » Vietnam Seeks to Reduce Drug Costs
    » An experiment in globalisation: how India hopes to reshape the world drugs industry
    » Germany sets up quality control institute for health care
    » Consumers\' Association voices concern at over the counter statins
    » Pharmaceuticals industry missing in action in FTA debate
    » Animal-Rights Activists: Another Kind of Terrorist
    » In Drug Research, the Guinea Pigs of Choice Are, Well, Human
    » Free Trade Debate in Australia
    » WHO Removes 3 Ranbaxy Drugs From Approved HIV Treatments
    » The Male Pill Gets Closer to Reality
    » Vitamin pills no substitute for healthy food
    » Lilly Plans Broad Access To Results of Drug Trials
    » U.S. Approves Two AIDS Drug Combinations
    » Statin-fortified drinking water?
    » Boundaries are blurring between branded and generic drugmakers
    » Why the world needs another malaria initiative
    » How much of China\'s success in tuberculosis control is really due to DOTS?
    » Govt accused of lying about drugs in FTA Trade pact
    » Drugs groups to fund university animal research
  » Juli
    » The $800 Million Pill: The Truth Behind the Cost of New Drugs
    » The $800 Million Pill: The Truth Behind the Cost of New Drugs
    » The $800 Million Pill: The Truth Behind the Cost of New Drugs
    » IFPMA Report of the Directors Meeting on May 17, 2004
    » World Bank Challenged: Are the Poor Really Helped?
    » Govt Asks Why Drugs Cos Are Overcharging
    » Statins: The Next Miracle Drugs?
    » Neglected diseases but unrecognised successes-challenges and opportunities for infectious disease co
    » LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Pfizer committed to innovation, fair pricing and patient access
    » Warning sounded on internet drugs
    » Generic Drugs Bough Online Short on Quality Control
    » The pharmaceutical industry giants: Moore\'s next target?
    » Articles of Faith - Father D\'Agostino and the rest of the anti-globalization crowd
    » Obscure Group Gets Star Role In Drug Battle
    » Parallel Trade Is Safe
    » Complacency on AIDS Prevention
    » New Hope Seen For Vaccine For Alzheimer\'s
    » An Open-Acess Model of Scientific Publishing is Gaining Momentum
    » Companies Need Help on Superbug Drugs - Experts
    » Seeking a Fuller Picture of Statins
    » Big pharma is a two-faced friend
    » Drug companies aim low in the fight against cholesterol
    » Move over, cholesterol drugs
    » What has the HIV conference achieved?
    » US-Australia FTA - Best to understand the dangers before swallowing this pill
    » Offshore firms selling diluted, fake drugs as Canadian
    » In AIDS War, Newest Front Is Link to TB
    » HIV/Aids: Simplicity Could Save More Lives
    » AIDS and Fuzzy Math
    » Combination Drugs Make a Comeback
    » Fixed-Dose Mixtures of Generic AIDS Drugs Prove Effective
    » AIDS Conference Hears About New Ways To Block HIV
    » Behavioral Change Is the Only Way to Fight AIDS
    » Malaria\'s Overlooked Resurgence
    » HIV Overshadows Need to Treat Neglected Diseases, Lancet Says
    » AIDS Forum Urges Scaling Up Access To Treatment
    » Boehringer, Glaxo plan AIDS drugs pack for poor
    » FTAs Threaten Thailand Generic Drug Indus, Elsewhere - Grp
    » HIV/Aids and the Vatican: Between Sin And Common Sense
    » Knock It Off
    » Market forces can help fight Aids
    » Pfizer Reports China Has Lifted Its Viagra Patent
    » Tempest blows into Indian pharma
    » Joining forces for better health
    » The Road to Bangkok (Interview with Randall Tobias)
    » Daily Vitamin Can Thwart AIDS Progress
    » Viral Strain - In AIDS Fight, Ambitious Goals Meet Hard Realities
    » Fake medicine lurks on consumer shelves
    » Drug Firms Address Furor on Tests
    » Drug Industry Has Been Giving Healthy Returns
    » Drug Companies Race To Develop Virus Vaccine
  » Juni
    » IP rights to US drugs may cloud US-Thai FTA
    » Manufacturers search for ways to discourage counterfeiting
    » Fake prescription drugs warning
    » The World Largest Un-Scientific Clinical Trial
    » Free Health Care Scheme for All Kenyans Unveiled
    » Losing war on bacteria
    » Patient Vs Patent Debate Carries On
    » The Cancer Epidemic that Never Was
    » Aids vaccine trial to go on another year
    » Chiron Relaxes Patent Licenses
    » WHO Warns on Unsafe Use of Alternative Medicines
    » LEADER: High cost of health
    » Fighting Fraud with DNA
    » Challenges from mutinational pharmaceutical enterprises by patents
    » A Medical Journal Quandary: How to Report on Drug Trials
    » WHO statement on removal of two AIDS medicines from list of prequalified
    » G8 support for vaccine initiative draws mixed reactions
    » Merck Backs US Database to Track Trials
    » Astrazeneca, Roche Chiefs Defy Drug Industry on Merger Trend
    » New focus: Drugs debate comes to Hong Kong
    » Japan - Despite roadblocks, generic drugs gaining traction
    » Pharmacist Sold Fake Impotence Drugs
    » How to Find the Latest On Result of Clinical Trials
    » Buying Drugs Online Can Be Risky - Report
    » Internet Stores Ship Fake Drugs to U.S., Congress Unit Finds
    » Malta: a rapid route to EU generics market?
    » Biogeneric Set to Command More than $12 Billion
    » Genes Play Role In Who Benefits From Statin
    » Attacking drug makers is no cure
    » Group Weighs Plan for Full Drug-Trial Disclosure
    » Vaccines Show Promise Fighting Parkinsons, Other Brain Diseases
    » LEADER: Defend animal tests
    » Project promotes domestic intellectual property rights
    » Take Over-The-Counter Drugs Carefully: Campaign
    » An open-source shot in the arm
    » Only more independent trials will ensure drugs are safe
    » Patent Absurdities
    » Which is safe to take?
    » Poverty, Not Patents, is to Blame
    » Reasons against reimportation
    » When Drug Companies Hide Data
    » Millions in India to get free drugs to combat illness
    » World Health Disorganisation
  » Mei
    » 500 mln RMB worth counterfeit drugs uncovered in 2003
    » China-made anti-AIDS medicine benefiting developing countries
    » 1,000 drug producers face closing by July
    » Pharma industry wears worried look
    » Pfizer Signs Agreement With Shanghai Government
    » Drug-Pricing Rules Face Review
    » OTC statins: a bad decision for public health
    » Suits seek to Ease Generic Drug Access
    » Genesis of a copycat generation
    » Spending on neglected diseases has increased
    » Peddling Dope: Open Source Drug Development
    » Intellectual property plays key role in wealth creation, social well-being
    » Aids Drugs: A worthier war
    » IFPMA Press Release on ARV Pricing Study
    » Take One Large Dose of Capitalism, The only long term hope for a dreadful disease
    » Health ministers to tackle rising medical costs
    » Cholesterol drug move worries doctors
    » Tuberculosis and patient compliance
    » Vatican says common good outweighs drug company patents...
    » Study: Branded AIDS Drugs Cheaper than Generics...
    » Outlook: GlaxoSmithKline
    » U.S. Could Be Next Market for OTC Cholesterol Drugs
    » Protecting patents and the poor
    » Two Open Letters on Issues re the Quality AIDS Medicine and Adequate WHO Procedures or Lack Thereof
    » Faith-Based Activism on Patents?
    » New EU trials database is criticised for lack of openness
    » India pressed to relax rules on clinical trials
    » Generic Drug Maker Optimistic On Future Prospects
  » April
    » Sanofi to Swallow Aventis in a Deal Set at $65 Billion
    » GlaxoSmithKline, WHO-TDR, Medicines for Malaria in malaria collaboration
    » What an Unnecessary Disaster We are Fighting Malaria With Outmoded Techniques -- For No Good Reason
    » Are Long Trials Always Needed for New Drugs?
    » New Malaria Drug Policy Implementation Begins
  » Maret
    » Deadly viruses found in Britain
    » Global Fund Calls for Increased Funding
    » Revealed: Thousands of Britons Buy Fake Viagra pills on the Net
    » Canada Needs Strong Generics
  » Januari
    » AIDS Costs in South Africa Are Rising
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