• 9 May 2011
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PPP: A push for affordable healthcare

In the fourth part of the series that decodes the success of PPPs and its prospects, BioSpectrum showcases two case studies that exemplify the benefits of such partnerships.

Bangalore-based Bigtec Labs develops micro electromechanical systems based sensor to diagnose acute kidney injury. This hand held point-of-care diagnostic equipment is designed to bring the power of bench top laboratory equipment to the clinician by providing rapid, low-cost near-care diagnostics.
Mumbai-based Bharat Serums & Vaccines produces the country's first  indigenously developed recombinant follicle stimulating hormone “FOLIGRAF” (r-hFSH), a subcutaneous injectable preparation for use in infertility treatment regimen.

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