Lancet medical journal
Following the abrogation of Article 370, The Lancet had issued a strong condemnation of the Indian Government.
Bharat Biotech’s ‘Covaxin’ is safe, vaccine led to enhanced immune responses to Covid-19, says medical journal Lancet
The prestigious medical journal said that Covaxin generated tolerable safety outcomes and enhanced immune responses.
Medical journal The Lancet retracts its HCQ article based on fake data from a dubious company, authors say they cannot vouch for data’s authenticity
The lead author of the research paper, Prof Mandeep Mehra, from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts had asked the Lancet to withdraw the study saying could no longer vouch for the data’s accuracy. The Guardian's expose had revealed that the Chicago-based company's data used in the article was fake.
Coronavirus: WHO had stopped HCQ trials based on fake data from a dubious company which employs a sci-fi writer and adult content model
When The Guardian contacted 7 Australian hospitals, they stated that they have never heard of Surgisphere and were never contacted by the company to collect data. The Chicago-based company employs a handful of people, including a sci-fi writer and an adult content model.
Possibility of second wave of Coronavirus real, difficult to completely lift lockdown till vaccine available: Study in The Lancet
Countries battling Coronavirus pandemic will have to closely monitor their territories for new infections and adjust the controls they have imposed until the invention of a vaccine if they wish to end the lockdown
A turning point for The Lancet: The medical journal is using Healthcare as an instrument of politics
Very interestingly, both these publications in British Journals came barely hours after related events in the UN Security Council on August 16th.
Indian Medical Association slams The Lancet for anti-India article, withdraws esteem they had for the medical journal
IMA condemns The Lancet for interference into an internal matter of India
Rahul Gandhi, despite his promises to help the poor, is yet to match Modicare : Medical journal Lancet
The twin programmes should improve access to quality health services and reduce out-of-pocket health expenditures.