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A Comparative Study on Government Intervention in Medicine Supply to the Tuberculosis and Diabetes Diseases

Authors: Dr M S Geetha

DOI: 10.17605/OSF.IO/JRGE9Short DOI: ggrs8s

Country: India View / Download Full Text PDF File


Abstract: Medicine continuously receives a great deal of attention in the ongoing debate over health-care policy. Though there are different types of medicines available in the country, usually patients choose allopathy treatment because it kills their pain immediately and give quick relief towards their ailments. Indian pharmaceutical industry has confirmed the ability to provide low-cost but quality generic drugs for diseases even to the world outside and has the capacity to meet our entire drug needs, though India has many successes to her credit with regard to reductions in communicable diseases and surviving with Non-communicable diseases. But much more remains to be achieved in the areas of Medicine supply, government should reorient its policies towards supply of Medicine to all affected person without any hindrance. Government Intervention in supply of medicine to the TB Patients at lower cost leads to decrease of TB patients than Diabetes patients. This Paper focuses on the importance of government intervention in the medicine supply for reducing the non-communicable diabetes disease in the country by comparing the government intervention on Tuberculosis disease.

Keywords: medicine supply, pharmaceutical, communicable & non-communicable diseases, tuberculosis, diabetes, government intervention


Paper Id: 146

Published On: 2018-07-03

Published In: Volume 6, Issue 4, July-August 2018

Cite This: A Comparative Study on Government Intervention in Medicine Supply to the Tuberculosis and Diabetes Diseases - Dr M S Geetha - IJIRMPS Volume 6, Issue 4, July-August 2018. DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/JRGE9

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