The George Institute For Global Health
United Kingdom


As India’s economy continues develop, her population is undergoing a rapid health transition, with chronic diseases and injury already established as the leading causes of morbidity and premature mortality.

Andhra Pradesh has been home to generations of Indians that have laboured on the land farming rice, sugar cane, corn and countless other foods that gave birth to its moniker as the ‘rice bowl of India’.

Could a ‘four-in-one’ pill be an answer to a condition anticipated to kill 23.6 million people globally each year by 2020?

Indian and Australian health and road safety experts convened in Sydney, Australia this week to address the rising burden of road traffic injuries in India.