Future Medicine, the first-of-its-kind medical science and news magazine aimed at clinicians and healthcare fraternity in India, was launched at the hands of Dr Pratap C Reddy, founder and chairman, Apollo Hospitals, at an august event in New Delhi on July 28.
The magazine, conceived and crafted by a team of senior journalists, scientific writers and and doctors, aims to be an indispensable tool for healthcare practitioners who wish to keep themselves abreast of the latest developments in medical science and research from across the world.
“Future Medicine is a uniquely positioned medical science and technology news magazine for Indian doctors that not only enriches knowledge about emerging scientific trends from across the world, but also provides a great platform for doctors, researchers and medical students to discuss and debate the hottest topics of the day in medical science,” said Dr Reddy.
The magazine will help in driving greater awareness and provide access to the very latest information, , something that is critically missing in our country. “I am sure this will be a game changer,” Reddy added.
While unveiling the magazine in Kochi on 14 of August, Dr Azad Moopen, Chairman of Aster DM Healthcare Group and Aster MediCity, Kerala said, “There’s clearly a space existing for such a media platform and it will be very helpful in the Indian medical scenario.”
Future Medicine is owned and published by NextGen Science Media, a healthcare-focused startup media venture that recently raised its first round of funding from Singapore-based Emerge Ventures, Kerala-based DC Books and individual investors. The magazine has been launched in print and online
formats and will soon be available in a specially designed mobile app for the quick reference of doctors on the consultation table.