India has the world’s largest population of people suffering from coronaviruses and the world has the biggest pandemic.
But with the help of a new technology called mind medicine for coronivirus, the government hopes to save thousands of lives.
Read moreRead moreThe technology involves a device called a brain scanner, which is implanted in the brain, which then scans a patient’s brain.
The technology has been developed by the Indian Institute of Science, which has partnered with an international firm called Cogni, which specializes in brain imaging.
The team, which includes scientists from the National Institute of Mental Health and the Centre for Advanced Brain Imaging at the University of California, San Francisco, have successfully implanted a brain scan that is sensitive enough to detect brain tissue defects and other abnormalities that could cause a person to die from the coronaviral infection.
According to the government, the technology has already saved the lives of more than 700 people.
It is hoped that the technology can help improve the quality of life in the country.
The team said the scanner could also be used for the diagnosis and treatment of other conditions.
This is the second technology that has been tested in India.
In 2016, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare began testing a new device called the CCT-1000, which was supposed to be implanted in people’s brains, which could be used to detect abnormalities.
But the device didn’t work in people, and was eventually scrapped.
The new technology is similar in principle to the one used in India, and is intended to be used on a pilot basis.
This means that the researchers have been able to put it into patients’ bodies, but have only tested it in a few people.
The government hopes that this technology can also help people in India survive with the coronovirus.
The country has around 9.2 million people living with the disease, and some 1.4 million have died.
The project aims to find new treatments for the coroniviral disease.