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Jaslok Hospital launched the HHH Clinic to tackle Hepatitis and HIV

Jaslok Hospital launched the HHH Clinic to tackle Hepatitis and HIV

first_img The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Read Article Jaslok Hospital and Research Centre, Mumbai came up with a HHH clinic for the patients suffering from Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C viruses along with HIV. The HHH clinic is named after three deadly ailments, ‘Hepatitis B virus, Hepatitis C virus & HIV’. The inauguration was conducted by Dr Tarang Gianchandani CEO, Jaslok Hosptial and Research Centre on the occasion of World International Hepatitis Day. Dr Jayshri Shah, Consultant Hepatologist along with Dr Om Shrivastav, Director of Infectious Diseases, will be heading the department.While expressing her happiness, Dr Tarang, CEO, Jaslok Hospital & Research Centre said, the team of Doctors at Jaslok Hospital are the reason towards this big step of the launch of HHH clinic. Dr Jayshri Shah and Dr Om Shrivastav are one of the finest doctors of Jaslok hospital & Research Centre.Jaslok is one of the oldest multi-speciality hospital in the country. We strive every single day to live up to one singular goal of ‘Lifetime of Care’, May together we are able to spread awareness on rising illness in India.”Dr Jayshri Shah “The meaning of HHH clinic stands for three virus i.e Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C and HIV. A lot of people know about HIV, but there’s a very little awareness on Hepatitis. The purpose of this clinic is to raise awareness on these three conditions. Another similarity about these three conditions are that all are silent infections and can be present in a person without even knowing about it. By the time the person understands the symptoms they are already in the advanced stage. The idea is to provide treatment for these patients under one center, with the suitable infrastructure and specialist which includes the Hepatologist, liver specialist and who will look after Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C and infectious disease expert who will provide the guidance on HIV. ”Dr Om Shrivastav says ”The initiative of HHH clinic is a step towards optimizing care for patients who are suffering hepatitis B, C and HIV. The scenario of HIV is a broad spectrum often requiring patients who have been exposed and require diagnostic tool immediately and patients who are already undergoing treatment that is not working. In both these situations the impact of the clinic is a big step for patients who are either failing treatment or who are newly diagnosed.” By salil sule on August 2, 2017 Share MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care appcenter_img News Jaslok Hospital launched the HHH Clinic to tackle Hepatitis and HIV Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Related Postslast_img read more

Borough Residents Anxious About Annexation and Regulation

Borough Residents Anxious About Annexation and Regulation

first_imgPatterson: “I do plan on going into the cannabis industry, so they would be in a situation of putting me out of business as well. So it’s something I don’t think would be good for my spot. I would have no right to vote, I would have no right to be on this council, they don’t even have to listen to me. They just get my money.” Wright: “It sucks.” Corr: “I think it’s horrible. There’s this attitude that I’ve gathered from the city that we don’t even own this property. They have these ideas that they want to do and it’s like they’re trying to push them through, no matter what we think.” So says Steve Wright, who lives in area 3: K-Beach South. Wright: “Our biggest issue is not the additional taxes, our biggest issue is the code book, the rules and regulations you’ll be forced to live by.” Many of the residents outside of city limits live in rural settings, riding ATVs along dirt trails and keeping livestock on their well and septic properties. They fear the city’s road rules, animal licensing regulations, and water and sewer requirements. The city currently has a moratorium on commercial marijuana, which would expire before the official annexation petition is completed in 2018 at the earliest, but Patterson remains skeptical. Joan Corr is from area 5: K-Beach North. City staff are planning to choose one of the nine areas to recommend to the City Council for further consideration. According to the study, authored by Northern Economics, the most financially beneficial would be K-Beach Central, Sterling Highway, or Kenai Spur. Those areas have fewer residents, but Patricia Patterson, owner of Lucky Raven Tobacco, says she doesn’t want her business within city limits either… FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享It’s the new laws they’d face, not the taxes which seems to be troubling most residents in the areas Soldotna may one day annex. The city has been looking for ways to expand its boundaries, needing more land for development and hoping to capture additional tax revenue. A $50,000 study on the pros and cons of annexing nine separate areas was presented to the public last Thursday during an open house.last_img read more