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Figure 1: Trends in WHO[10] and Indian EML[11,12] *Including core and complementary medicines †WHO incorporated EML for Children (EMLc) from 2007 and the latest 3rd (2011) revision consists of 269 medicines ‡No complementary medicines are listed in the current EML **WHO has introduced its first EML in 1977 but India has introduced its NEML in 1996 with two revisions in 2003 and 2011

Figure 1: Trends in WHO[10] and Indian EML[11,12] *Including core and complementary medicines †WHO incorporated EML for Children (EMLc) from 2007 and the latest 3rd (2011) revision consists of 269 medicines ‡No complementary medicines are listed in the current EML **WHO has introduced its first EML in 1977 but India has introduced its NEML in 1996 with two revisions in 2003 and 2011