India, U.S. to Boost Health Cooperation

April 2012
News India Times;04/20/2012, Vol. 43 Issue 16, p6
The article reports on the partnership between India and the U.S. which aims to boost bilateral cooperation in healthcare and strengthen its India-U.S.Health Initiative mechanism.


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