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Medicine
A step ahead
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SANJAY KANOJIA/AFP At a government children's hospital in Allahabad on May 20, a child suffering from diarrhoea.

India has successfully developed its first-ever truly indigenous vaccine, Rotavac, against the organism rotavirus that is responsible for many cases of diarrhoea. However, the Indian medical community is divided over the issue of including vaccines against rotavirus in the UIP. By R. RAMACHANDRAN


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congratulations to Indian scientists for such grand success. keep it up.
we are proud.
from:  dr rakesh shukla
Posted on: Jun 26, 2013 at 00:17 IST
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