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* [http://www.mfcindia.org Medico Friend Circle Annual Meet 2011] on Universal Access To Health Care In India - A Realizable Dream is to be held between 7th and 9th January, 2011 in Nagpur
* [http://www.mfcindia.org Medico Friend Circle Annual Meet 2011] on Universal Access To Health Care In India - A Realizable Dream is to be held between 7th and 9th January, 2011 in Nagpur
* [http://www.ephp.in National Conference on Bringing Evidence into Public Health Policy] is to be held on December 10th and 11th, 2010 at Hotel Atria in Bangalore.  
* [http://www.ephp.in Listen to presentations by Indian policy makers and researchers] who spoke at the ''National Conference on Bringing Evidence into Public Health Policy'' in Bangalore in December, 2010.  

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