'Technology to aid supreme position for pharmacy'

'Technology to aid supreme position for pharmacy'

Union minister dedicates centre of excellence in molecular biology

Modern technology can help medical and pharmacy sciences in India as the most supreme in the world. Stating this, union minister of state for health and family welfare, Sudeep Bandopadhyay predicted health care sector in India had brighter days ahead.

He was speaking after inaugurating centre of excellence in molecular biology and regenerative medicine at JSS Medical College here on Friday.

“Diabetes, tuberculosis, cancer and other diseases are costing most precious human resources in our country. This is going to dent the image of India in global scenario. Central government has designed a programme to make renal and heart donation, more easier than now,” he said.

Emphatically stating that the central government was willing to support medical organisations that were stressing on carrying out positive research, including that of JSS, Bandopadhyay said it was imperative that the organisations worked on newer innovations.    

Principal of JSS Medical College Dr H Basavanagoudappa, JSS University Registrar Dr B Manjunatha, Prof and head of department of bio chemistry Dr Suma and others were present on the occasion.

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