DPCO LIST NOTIFICATION

LATEST DPCO NOTIFICATION (Published in Part II, Section 3, Sub Section (ii) of the Gazette of India Extraordinary) Government of India Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers Department of Pharmaceuticals (National Pharmaceuticals Pricing Authority) New Delhi, the 18th May, 2016 ORDER S.O.1816(E)  – In exercise of the powers conferred by paragraphs 4, 10, 11, 14, 16, 17 and 18 of the Drugs (Prices Control) Order, 2013, read with S.O. 1394(E) dated the 30th May, 2013 and S.O. 701(E) dated 10th March, 2016 issued by the Government of India in [...]

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MRG pharma: DPCO List

(Published in Part II, Section 3, Sub-section (ii) of the Gazette of India, Extraordinary)     Government of India Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers Department of Pharmaceuticals National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority     New Delhi, the 24th February, 2016     ORDER   S.O. 583(E) –  In exercise of the powers, conferred by paragraphs 5, 11 and 15 of the Drugs (Prices Control) Order, 2013, read with S.O. 1394(E) dated the 30th May, 2013 issued by the Government of India in the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (hereinafter referred [...]

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Scientists Spot ‘Switch’ That Helps Sperm Penetrate Egg

The “switch” that triggers the sudden tail whip that sperm use to penetrate and fertilize an egg has been pinpointed by researchers. The finding could help identify a possible cause of male infertility. And, the study authors suggested, the switch could be a potential target for new contraceptives that work in both women and men. The investigators found that the surface of a sperm’s tail has thousands of protein receptors. These receptors respond to the female hormone progesterone, which is released [...]

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New Technique For Quick Blood Test Results Could Help Emergency Patients

In a boon for trauma and emergency transplant patients, a new revolutionary technique promises to give results of complex blood tests in just 10 minutes – helping save precious lives, and also unwanted blood transfusion. The technique, developed by a German research firm, is currently being used in several European and Asian nations, including in neighbouring Sri Lanka. The technique, called Rotational Thromboelastometry (ROTEM), would save a liver transplant patient in India from having to undergo unwanted blood transfusion, with just [...]

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Weak Gut May Trigger Type 2 Diabetes, Obesity

A weak ecosystem of bacteria in human gut due to a poor dietary diversity is likely to trigger diseases like Type 2 diabetes and obesity, finds new research, suggesting people to eat a balanced, diversed diet. Changes in farming practices over the last 50 years have resulted in decreased agricultural diversity, which in turn has resulted in decreased dietary diversity. The findings, published in the journal Molecular Metabolism, revealed that the reduction has changed the richness of the human gut microbiota [...]

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Widely used kidney cancer drugs can’t stop recurrence

Two widely used targeted therapy drugs approved by the FDA for the treatment of metastatic kidney cancer – sorafenib and sunitinib – are no more effective than a placebo in preventing return of the disease to increase life spans of patients suffering from advanced kidney cancer after surgery, according to a new multi-institutional study in the Lancet led by a researcher at the Abramson Cancer Center (ACC) of the University of Pennsylvania. Naomi B. Haas, MD, an associate professor in [...]

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Kidney Dialysis Might Not Extend Survival of Elderly

Dialysis does not significantly improve survival for elderly kidney failure patients, a new study indicates. The findings suggest that conservative care may be a reasonable option for some kidney failure patients over 80. The researchers don’t say that dialysis treatment should not be given to anybody older than 80 or with severe co-occurring conditions. “But we show that the treatment is on average of little advantage regarding survival,” said study co-leader Dr. Wouter Verberne . “Our next task is to predict who [...]

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