As per the stats from Ministry of Helath and Family Welfare India witnesses almost a surge of more than one thousand breast cancer cases since past three years. Breast cancer is becoming one of the leading causes of death after cervical cancer.
Hospitals in the national capital Delhi are swamped with malaria patients these days. The problem is that mosquito-borne disease is difficult to diagnose.
Over the past few years there has been a sharp dip in the number of clinical trials carried out. The number has reduced from a steep 196 to only 26.
India’s medical education system is one of the largest in the world and produces more than 45000 doctors annually. As per the latest data
The problem of shortage of healthcare workers in India is not new but India continues to face grim shortage of healthcare workers. This has been highlighted time and again.
The World Health Organisation’s 2000 World Health report ranks India’s Health care system as 112 out of 190 countries.