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TB patients not happy with ‘ready to eat’ food packets

However, state TB officials admitted that the pilot project in Mumbai showed that not many MDR-TB patients were happy with the choice of food, its quantity, and wanted a change.

More than 1500 people diagnosed with tuberculosis in Mizoram

42 people have been identified as patients suffering from both TB and HIV.

Why TB persists

Public and private efforts must converge to battle it.

Cancer cases on the rise: Ghulam Nabi Azad tells Rajya Sabha

The minister informed the House that the number of HIV infected cases in the country has come down.

TB patients in city to soon get reminders to take medicines

Out of 122 applications,15 were shortlisted to receive the seed grant.

Hunger Pangs

Rampant under-nutrition in rural areas heightens the threat of TB in India despite effective treatment.

Corporator inspires diet idea for TB patients in city

Vijay Tandel has been distributing free eggs and biscuits to poor patients at a hospital in Kurla

Poor response to TB registration

As per guidelines,private practitioners are required to report cases at least once a month.

BMC to set up city’s first TB drug store

To simplify the process of medicine procurement for TB patients,the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) will soon establish the city’s first TB drug store.

Scientists identify enzyme that damages lungs of TB patients

It’s known that lung tissue of TB patients are damaged,causing them to cough up the bacteria.

TB patients ‘more prone to lung cancer’

A new study has provided compelling evidence of increased lung cancer risk among people with tuberculosis.

Plan to trace private clinic TB patients

The state cell of Revised National TB Control Programme is planning to rope in private practitioners to tap patients who do not come to government hospitals for treatment.

Sassoon doctors direct TB patients to private clinics

At Sassoon General Hospital’s tuberculosis ward,doctors have no other option but to direct patients to the private sector due to paucity of drugs for treating Multi Drug Resistant tuberculosis.

WHO: Half of drug-resistant TB patients in India,China

Almost half of the estimated 4,40,000 cases of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis in 2008 were reported from India and China,a World Health Organisation report has revealed.

Cadila Pharmaceuticals develops indigenous drug for TB patients

The Ahmedabad-based Cadila pharmaceutical company has launched Risorine,the first indigenously prepared drug for treatment of tuberculosis.