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#India – Cost of cancer treatment could drop to Rs 1,000 a month #goodnews #Health

Author(s): Akshay Deshmane Issue Date: 2013-6-7 Tata Memorial Hospital’s preliminary studies of combination therapy prove successful; clinical trials to begin soon Treatment for cancer may become far more affordable and cost less than Rs 1,000 per month in coming years,… Continue Reading →

#India – Clinical drug trials in Rajasthan claim 95 lives

STAFF REPORTER, tHE hINDU 291 cases of serious adverse events reported Drug trials on humans in Rajasthan over the last eight years have claimed 95 lives, while 291 persons experienced serious adverse events, according to the State government’s latest deposition… Continue Reading →

MPs panel raps ministry for clearing 33 drugs without trials

New Delhi | Sunday, 2013 6:06:00 PM IST Thirty-three new drugs were granted approval by the health ministry without clinical trials on Indian patients between January 2008 and October 2010, a parliamentary panel has found. It a report tabled in… Continue Reading →

#India- Clinical Trials offer no security to clinical trial participants

  Trial and error Author(s): Kundan Pandey Issue Date: 2013-4-15 Recent notifications offer no security to clinical trial participants VICTORIn the past eight years, 2,868 deaths have occurred during clinical drug trials across India. But only 89 have been attributed… Continue Reading →

#India 436 deaths recorded during clinical trials last year

  New Delhi |  March 12, 2013 5:06:02 PM IST   A total of 436 deaths were recorded during clinical trials in India in 2012, parliament was told Tuesday. While 438 deaths took place during clinical trials in 2011, 668… Continue Reading →

Have #India’s poor become human guinea pigs? #clinicaltrials

By Sue Lloyd-RobertsBBC Newsnight Narayan Survaiya’s mother Tizuja Bai died several weeks after being given new drugs Drug companies are facing mounting pressure to investigate reports that new medicines are being tested on some of the poorest people in India… Continue Reading →

The dark underbelly of India’s clinical trials business- #medical ethics #humanrights

Incidents at Bhopal and Indore highlight irregularities and ethical violations in some trials Malia Politzer  |   Vidya Krishnan First Published: Wed, Oct 10 2012. , at Live Mint Protesters outside the Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research Centre. Photo: Sayeed Farooqui/Mint Updated: Thu, Oct… Continue Reading →

#India- Clinical trials: Regulating chaos #Medical ethics #Humanrights

-Vidya Krishnan and Malia Politzer First Published: Wed, Oct 10 2012.  Live Mint Lata Mehra’s experience exposes the gaps in both regulation and enforcement in clinical trials, which, in some instances, have caused deaths, in addition to violating fundamental human… Continue Reading →

India -Supreme Court warns it can ban clinical trials

Published: Tuesday, Oct 9, 2012, 8:24 IST By Rakesh Bhatnagar | Place: New Delhi | Agency: DNA   Distressed at the rampant misuse of the practice of clinical trials by negligent doctors and drug companies that have killed 1,954 patients since 2009… Continue Reading →

United States Private-Sector Physicians and Pharmaceutical Contract Research

  Background There have been dramatic increases over the past 20 years in the number of nonacademic, private-sector physicians who serve as principal investigators on US clinical trials sponsored by the pharmaceutical industry. However, there has been little research on… Continue Reading →

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