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HDFC MF launches second debt fund for cancer treatment

HDFC Mutual Fund, after the success of its first three-year close-ended HDFC debt fund for cancer, has launched the second series HDFC debt fund for cancer cure 2014 in association with Indian Cancer Society (ICS). The fund will help contribute to ... Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago

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Palliative care is in need of a lifeline

NEW DELHI: In the throes of excruciating pain, the 45-year-old patient of tongue cancer asked for only one thing — that he be allowed to throw himself off the roof of the hospital and put an end to his suffering. Exhausted family members had to ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Mukul Bagga, Managing Director, Quest Diagnostics India

We have recently announced the availability of BRCAvantage, a suite of lab-developed genetic tests (LDT) that identify mutations in BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes, which are associated with increased risk of inherited breast and ovarian cancers. , Prior to ...
 India Infoline1 day ago
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WHO joins call for affordable hepatitis C pills

Reuters photos capture the political mood as India gets ready for the 2014 Lok Sabha election. Slideshow LONDON (Reuters) - The World Health Organisation wants a "concerted effort" to drive down the cost of new hepatitis C drugs that offer a cure ...
 Reuters India2 weeks ago WHO issues first-ever hepatitis C treatment guidelines  FOXNews.com2 weeks ago WHO seeks affordable hepatitis C pills  Finance 242 weeks ago WHO joins clamour to make new hepatitis C pills affordable  AlertNet2 weeks ago
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Organic Food 'Does Not Reduce Women's Risk Of Cancer', Study Reveals

Food, Cancer Risk, Cancer, UK Lifestyle News, Women's Health, Health News, UK Lifestyle News If you thought eating pesticide-free organic food would reap major health benefits, think again. According to a recent study, eating organic does ...
 Huffington Post UK3 weeks ago Pancreatic Cancer Prevention: Eating Nuts Could Reduce Risk By Up To One Third  Huffington Post UK2 months ago

Launch Into Medical Marijuana, Nations Watch Cautiously

IN Alagbado, a Lagos suburb, there are pockets of marijuana (Indian hemp)-smoking joints in different areas, usually adjoining residential neighborhood, while other convergence points for smokers are isolated. As early as 5.30am, in one of the ...
 The Guardian Nigeria2 weeks ago

Indian groups urge Govt to resist US pressure over economic policies

of Indian groups have urged the outgoing Manmohan Singh government to resist and challenge US pressures to change its economic policies at the behest of Corporate America and its misleading allegations. As a counter-move to the intense lobbying ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago
Huffington Post UK

Organic Food 'Does Not Reduce Cancer Risk'

Almonds are a rich source of fiber, protein, heart-healthy fat, antioxidants and vitamins and minerals, making them a one-stop food. "[They make] a great snack but watch your portion size as almonds are high in calories," warns Johnson. "Stick to no ...
 Huffington Post UK3 weeks ago How You Chew Your Food Affects The Quantity You Eat (It's All About Texture)  Huffington Post UK1 week ago

One in 10 tuberculosis patients is a child: IMA

A child with persistant high temperature and cough for over two weeks and a weight loss of more than 20 per cent could possibly be showing signs of pediatric tuberculosis, doctors warn. An estimated 10 per cent of the total incidences of tuberculosis are ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
Times of India

Junior doctors stir takes its toll: 15 patients die in three days

LUCKNOW: At least five persons died in the state capital and medical services including emergency and trauma care were affected in medical colleges and institutes across the state as junior doctors remained on strike for the third consecutive day.
 Times of India1 month ago Junior doctors' strike takes its toll: 15 patients die in three days in UP  Times of India1 month ago
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