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Second Pacemaker Implanted in Lower Abdomen of a Cancer Survivor in Delhi
Med India

Second Pacemaker Implanted in Lower Abdomen of a Cancer Surviv...

Sixty-eight-year-old Naseema Begum underwent an unusual surgery in Fortis Escorts Heart Institute (FEHI), Delhi, India. The patient is a cancer survivor and was installed a pacemaker in the lower abdominal cavity. Two years ago she had her first pacemaker ... Med India, 2 months ago
Docs install second pacemaker in a cancer survivor Business Standard, 2 months ago
Latinos Health

Personalized Immunotherapy Packs a Punch

(Photo : By Sriram Subramaniam, National Cancer Institute (NCI), 2012 [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons) In a recent clinical trial, more than half of the terminal cancer patients participating have experienced significant shrinking of their ...
 Latinos Health1 month ago

Fortis Hospital Mohali celebrates 14th anniversary

To commemorate its 14th anniversary today, Fortis Hospital Mohali organized a series of fun filled activities in the presence of eminent personalities from the organization - Mr Shivinder Mohan Singh, Executive Vice Chairman, Fortis Healthcare ...
 5 Dariya News - English2 days ago

Blood, Saliva Tests May Spot Head and Neck Cancers Early

By Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, June 24, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Scientists report they've found DNA from head and neck cancer tumors in patients' blood and saliva samples, a development that potentially could lead to early ...
 US News & World Report1 week ago

Childhood Cancers: Curable if Diagnosed Early

Almost 70-80 per cent of childhood cancers are curable if diagnosed early and treated adequately, says Dr Nandini Hazarika, Senior Consultant and Unit Head, Paediatric Medical Oncology, Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon Though childhood ...
 EHealth Magazine2 weeks ago Decreased Toxicity Lowers 'Cost of Cure' in Pediatric Cancer  Dermatology Online Journal3 weeks ago ASCO: Longevity Improving for Childhood Cancer Survivors  Physician's Briefing4 weeks ago Longevity Improving for Childhood Cancer Survivors  Monthly Prescribing Reference4 weeks ago

The Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer announces $19,033,000 million raised as 8th annual Ride commences in Ontario

Canada's largest cycling fundraiser draws 4,853 riders in support of Personalized Cancer Medicine at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto. The Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer announced 4,853 riders raised $19,033,000 million for The Princess ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago

Fortis doctor uses remote monitoring to keep track of patients cardiac health, helps lower chances of stroke

When Mrs Rita Khanna, a 62-year-old retired doctor from the United States, experienced a couple of fainting spells and palpitations, she immediately contacted her doctors. On investigation, the doctors did not find anything significant and coupled ...
 5 Dariya News - English2 weeks ago

Global Cancer Drug Spending Hit $100B In 2014

(Reuters) - Worldwide spending on cancer medicines reached $100 billion in 2014, an increase of 10.3 percent from 2013 and up from $75 billion five years earlier, according to IMS Health's Global Oncology Trend Report released on Tuesday. The ...
 Medical Daily1 week ago Global Spending on Cancer Drugs Hits $100 Billion  PharmExec.com1 month ago Cancer Drug Market Just Touched $100 Billion Globally!  NDTV1 month ago Cancer drug spending tops $100 billion  CNBC1 month ago
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Hindustan Times

Death grip: Cancer clawing its way up as killer disease in India

Cancer is the most unpredictable and complex of non-communicable diseases, accounting for 7% of Indian mortality, with numbers steadily rising. In 2004, 0.26 million people died of cancer and 0.82 million people were living with the disease.
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Say no to tobacco, say industry experts

Healthcare industry experts highlight the adverse effects of tobacco and its role in the growing incidences of cancer, while recommending measures to reduce tobacco consumption Dr Arun R Warrier, Consultant-Medical Oncology, Aster Medcity When ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago
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