Aishwarya M, a transwoman from Tondiarpet, now heaves a sigh of relief, for she does not have to worry about being stuck with a quack for undergoing sex reassignment surgery. Continue Reading
“Agreement worth Rs 15 crore has been signed to build a compound wall around the 224-acre land where Madurai All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) would be constructed,” said State Directorate of Medical Education Assistant Director, Sabitha. Continue Reading
Beginning from 2012, sanitary napkins for free of cost have been distributed to 2.30 crore girls who hit puberty in villages, five lakh pregnant women, 4,119 women prisoners and 2,405 mentally-ill women, said Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Dr C Vijayabaskar. Continue Reading
Leading experts have emphasised on the need for creating awareness about Mucopolysaccharidoses (MPS) as a rare disease, its symptoms and the requirement to support the MPS community-at-large. Continue Reading
According to statistics released by the National Centre for Disease Control, Tamilnadu, there were a total of 344 incidences and two deaths, with the State occupying the ninth place in the country, as on 30 March from the beginning of the year. Continue Reading
“With state-of-the-art equipment, Institute of Child Health & Children Hospital (ICH&HC) lab is working as a referral centre for diagnosis of various rare and genetic diseases. ICH&HC is constantly working towards the welfare of people affected with rare diseases,” said
ICH & HC Director, Dr A T Arasar Seeralar.
In an attempt to create awareness about lysosomal storage disorders, Institute of Child Health and Hospital for Children (ICH&HC) and Lysosomal Storage Disorders Support Society (LSDSS), are organising a programme on the hospital premises tomorrow. Continue Reading
Telangana and Andhra Pradesh Governor ESL Narasimhan released two books Fitnessense and Fitopedia authored by Dr Kannan Pugazhendi on the occasion of 14th anniversary of SPARRC Institute.
The seventh State branches conference of National Association for the Blind (NAB) India was inaugurated by singer Usha Uthup in the city recently.
Mediscan Systems director Dr Suresh said ultrasound has become an important part of primary obstetric care and needs to be available and easily accessible.