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Two doctors from AIIMS win BMJ Awards South Asia

Two doctors from AIIMS win BMJ Awards South Asia

Two doctors from AIIMS today won the BMJ Awards South Asia in separate categories for strengthening drug de-addiction programme and for intermittent supervised therapy for abdominal tuberculosis.

Atul Ambekar (Psychiatry) bagged the award under the category of ‘Non-communicable Disease Initiative of the Year’ for strengthening drug de-addiction programme and Govind Makharia (Gastroenterology) won the award for intermittent supervised therapy for abdominal tuberculosis under the ‘Research Paper of the Year’ category.

Source: PTI inputs
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  1. Very good thing to happen in the medical field.

  2. It\’s a great achievement!

  3. Dear editor, like AIIMS and JIPMER, NIMHANS is also an institute of medical importance.
    It should be written as NIMHANS not as NIMHANs

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