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  • major hurdles cleared for clinical trials in india experts

    Major hurdles 'cleared' for clinical trials in India: experts

    India | July 23, 2015 20:06 IST

    New Delhi: The recent amendment brought to the compensation guidelines in carrying out clinical trials in the country has cleared "major hurdles" for testing of new drugs, especially for those diseases for which cure is not

  • india s drug act aiding harmful combination drugs without

    India's Drug Act aiding harmful combination drugs without clinical trials: Study

    India | February 10, 2015 14:06 IST

    New Delhi: A latest study has revealed that India's Drug Act has aided proliferation of harmful combination drugs without any clinical trials and with little medical rationale.Many of such drugs are easily available on retail

  • 1 in 7 suffer from severe allergic reactions

    1 in 7 suffer from severe allergic reactions

    India | January 08, 2015 19:09 IST

    New Delhi: In a recent study done by World Allergy Organization, it was found that every 1 in 7 people in India suffer from severe allergic reactions. According to a comprehensive study conducted in a

  • infosys unveils cloud based solution for clinical trials

    Infosys unveils cloud-based solution for clinical trials

    June 05, 2014 7:08 IST

    Bangalore: India's second largest IT firm Infosys Ltd Wednesday unveiled a cloud-based solution to speed up clinical trials and lower drug development costs."The solution helps life sciences companies to accelerate clinical trials by driving greater

  • government must facilitate compensation for clinical trial

    Government must facilitate compensation for clinical trial victims: Supreme Court

    India | April 22, 2014 7:25 IST

    New Delhi: Expressing concern over the plight of seriously-affected patients of the clinical trials of new chemical entities, the Supreme Court on Monday asked the government to 'compel' the sponsor companies of such trials to

  • miracle doctors revive clinically dead man in maharashtra

    Miracle: Doctors revive clinically dead man in Maharashtra

    India | March 14, 2014 13:39 IST

    Mumbai:  A man  declared clinically dead was revived by  doctors in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra last month.41-year-old Sardar Sanjeet Singh was admitted to Mahatma Gandhi Mission (MGM) Charitable Hospital here after he suffered a heart

  • indian policy on clinical research restrictive us pharma

    Indian policy on clinical research restrictive: US pharma companies

    February 15, 2014 15:52 IST

    Washington: American pharma companies and their advocacy groups on Friday rued at the alleged restrictive India policies on clinical research, saying such policies are harming the companies."Clinical research has become a highly politicised topic in

  • clinical trial of untested drugs must be regulated sc

    Clinical trial of untested drugs must be regulated: SC

    India | July 26, 2013 19:28 IST

    New Delhi, Jul 26: Clinical trials of untested drugs on humans require certain mandatory standards to be followed, the Supreme Court said today while directing the government to put in place a mechanism to monitor

  • post stringent norms clinical trials in india plummet

    Post stringent norms, clinical trials in India plummet

    India | April 21, 2013 16:33 IST

    New Delhi, Apr 21: Clinical trials of drugs in India have seen a drastic fall this year after toughened norms were introduced following Supreme Court directives.Not only have the number of trial approvals in the

  • 16 direct deaths in 2012 due to clinical trials says govt

    16 direct deaths in 2012 due to clinical trials, says Govt

    India | March 04, 2013 19:36 IST

    New Delhi, Mar 4: As many as 436 people died during clinical trials in the country in 2012, of which only 16 were attributed directly to such experiments.“As per available data, the number of serious

  • govt set to notify rules for clinical trials

    Govt set to notify rules for clinical trials

    India | January 04, 2013 20:40 IST

    New Delhi, Jan  4:  After over 2,242 deaths during clinical drug trials in last five years, the government plans to regulate the $500 million sector by bringing changes in drug laws, to make lapses by

  • clinical trials of untested drugs is creating havoc sc

    Clinical trials of untested drugs is creating "havoc": SC

    India | January 03, 2013 15:56 IST

    New Delhi, Jan 3:  The Supreme Court today slammed the Centre for its failure to stop illegal clinical trials of untested drugs by multinational companies, saying the drug trials are creating “havoc” in the country

  • stop using humans as guinea pigs sc tells centre mp govts

    Stop using humans as guinea pigs, SC tells Centre, MP govts

    Politics | July 16, 2012 13:39 IST

    New Delhi, Jul 16:The Supreme Court today expressed concern over alleged illegal clinical trial of drugs in the country, saying its “unfortunate” that humans were being treated as “guinea pigs”.A bench headed by Justice R

  • clinical kkr thrash kings xi by 8 wickets

    Clinical KKR Thrash Kings XI By 8 Wickets

    Cricket | April 18, 2012 23:26 IST

    Mohali, Apr 18: Kolkata Knight Riders put up a clinical performance to beat Kings XI Punjab comfortably by eight wickets in an Indian Premier League match here today.Riding on a disciplined bowling and fielding display,

  • clinical germany dismantle australia

    Clinical Germany Dismantle Australia

    World | June 14, 2010 8:14 IST

    Three-time champions Germany fired out a warning to World Cup challengers with a comprehensive 4-0 dismantling of Australia in their opening Group D match in Durban on Sunday. The Germans totally dominated the Socceroos, with

  • clinical england outclass bangladesh

    Clinical England Outclass Bangladesh

    Cricket | February 28, 2010 23:17 IST

    England cruised to a six-wicket victory in the first one-day international against Bangladesh at the Shere Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka. It was a professional performance from England, who bided their time to counter fleeting spells