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September-December 2020| Vol 10| Issue 3

Editorial

COVID-19 pandemic: Medical education is clinging on a knife's edge!

[INLINE:1] The current COVID-19 pandemic has created challenges in medical education and has had profound medical, political and financial impacts around the globe.[1] Since February this year, mos...


Invited Commentary

Ongoing initiatives to improve the prescribing of medicines across sectors and the implications

[INLINE:1] We believe medicines including vaccines are a critical component in the management of both infectious diseases and non-communicable diseases (NCDs),[1],[2],[3],[4],[5] and this is reflec...


Review Article

Teaching anatomy and dissection in an era of social distancing and remote learning

Anatomy is one of the fundamental and core basic medical sciences in medical education. It forms the basis for physiology and subsequently pathophysiology to understand the aetiology of diseases, fo...


Review Article

Environmental pollution and cancers in India

Environmental pollution poses a risk of cancer to the vulnerable population. With more and more industrialisation and migration of people to the cities, a large number of Indian people are at an inc...


Review Article

COVID-19 pandemic: Can boosting immune responses by maintaining adequate nutritional balance reduce viral insults?

The impact of nutrition on immunity is an intense area of research. Malnutrition is linked to a higher risk of microbial infections, while severe infections usually lead to a nutritional imbalance i...


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