India Moves To Close Traditional Medicine Colleges Not Operating According To Standards
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
NEW DELHI - As part of a comprehensive overhaul, India's Department of Ayush, which deals with the Indian traditional system of medicine, locally known as ayurveda, has decided to close 180 ayurveda-based medical colleges that have not been operating according to prescribed standards
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