Hospital Head Suspended After 60 Children Die in Indian Hospital news
BRD Medical College initially disclosed that 34 babies died in the neonatal intensive care unit, while 12 deaths were attributed to encephalitis. (Date:08/14/2017 03:27) Read full article >>

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