Health in news on May 3

A round-up of what's new in health 

By DTE Staff
Last Updated: Thursday 03 May 2018 | 06:53:09 AM

Involve students in combating vector-borne diseases: Delhi government to schools

The Delhi government has directed all schools in the national capital to involve students in spreading information on prevention and control of vector-borne diseases such as dengue and chikungunya. 

EU raises concern over antibiotics in India's primary shrimp production

A miffed Union wants Indian authorities to control overall production, so shrimps meant for domestic market don't end up in Europe.

Tata Memorial, IIT-Bombay tie up for new cancer diagnostics

IIT Bombay and Tata Memorial Centre TMC, the city's two premier scientific hubs, will conduct joint research in the new sphere of proteogenomics to identify cancer mechanisms and effective treatment modalities.




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