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Research: Cell Phone Radiation Can Increase the Chances of Brain Cancer by 500%

Research: Cell Phone Radiation Can Increase the Chances of Bra...

#1 Smartphones are carcinogenic (cancer causing) in nature The International Agency for Research on Cancer has stated that electromagnetic fields produced by cell phones are carcinogenic in nature (have the potential to cause cancer). Tip: Keep your mobile phone at a safe distance. You can choose a headset or a pair of earphones while talking instead of using the mobile phone directly. Rediff Tip: Protect yourself from harmful radiation with the range of anti radiation covers and ..., 2 weeks ago
Does Cell-Phone Radiation Cause Cancer? MSN News US, 1 week ago
Med India

Monsanto: Expert Panel to Examine WHO Finding on Cancer Link to Herbicide

The World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) said that the key ingredient in Monsanto's Roundup known as glyphosate is "probably carcinogenic to humans" in the month of March. Monsanto called the findings by the team of ...
 Med India2 months ago US Scientists Link Herbicide to Cancer  Food World News1 month ago Widely Used Herbicide Linked to Cancer  Before Its News3 weeks ago Monsanto says panel to review WHO finding on cancer link to herbicide| Reuters  First Post.com2 months ago

Meat Industry Braces for Report on Possible Cancer Link

An international health agency is investigating possible links between red meat and cancer, and industry officials are preparing to challenge the findings when they're released later this year. The International Agency for Research on Cancer — ...
 Chem.info2 months ago World Health Organisation studies suggest link between lots of red meat and killer disease  Capital Bay4 weeks ago

Canadian oncologist appointed by WHO to build breast, cervical cancer care programs

A Canadian oncologist has been appointed by the World Health Organization to help create guidelines and programs to provide earlier diagnosis and treatment of cancers that are killing more women in developing countries each year. Dr. Ophira ...
 CBC1 month ago Canadian MD to work on women's cancer at WHO  News Talk 650 CKOM1 month ago Canadian doctor to help guide women's cancer care in developing world  CTV News1 month ago WHO appoints Canadian MD to help guide women's cancer care in developing nations  1057 EZRrock1 month ago

I.C.O.N. Products Cocktails for a Cause is Back for Another Round at HQ Gastropub to Help Fund Breast Cancer Research September 09, 2015Internati​onal hair care leader, I.C.O.N. Products has gifted over $200,000 in breast cancer research grants through th

I.C.O.N. Products "Cocktails for a Cause" We at I.C.O.N. have made it our company mission to support breast cancer research and fund these grants. 'Cure for a Cause' is our illustration to doing so and requires all of our fighting power to win. ...
 PRWeb3 weeks ago
Photonics Online

New Optical Method Promises Faster, More Accurate Diagnosis Of Breast Cancer

Illinois researchers report on data-based method to replace manual inspection of tissue A new optical method for more quickly and accurately determining whether breast tissue lesions are cancerous is described by University of Illinois ...
 Photonics Online1 month ago

From the archives: The extraordinary doctor who makes a difference

On August 10, the Human Rights Watch, an international non-governmental organisation that conducts research and advocacy on human rights, announced that Dr M R Rajagopal was one of the recipients of the prestigious Alison Des Forges Award for Extraordinary Activism (external link). Announcing the award, the NGO said that Dr M R Rajagopal was being honoured for ‘his efforts to defend the rights of patients with severe pain to live and die with dignity’. On this occasion, ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Incidences Of Cancer Estimated To Cross 15 Lakh By 2025: Indian Council Of Medical Research

In India by 2025, cases of cancer is estimated to cross 15 lakh, which is 35% higher than the 2014 figure, informed the Rajya Sabha. "Based upon the estimates of National Center for Disease Informatics and Research of the Indian Council of ...
 MedIndia1 month ago
Fat Pitch Financials

Aethlon Medical Extends Contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

SAN DIEGO, Sept. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- . (Nasdaq: AEMD), today announced that it has entered into an extension of its contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, part of the Department of Defense. The Company originally ...
 Fat Pitch Financials1 week ago Aethlon Medical Announces Fiscal 2016 First Quarter Results  Pettinga Financial Advisors1 month ago
Sys-Con Media

Breast Cancer Therapeutics Pipeline Analysis Market Expected to Reach USD 7.8 Billion at a CAGR of 58.3% From 2015 to 2023: Transparency Market Research

According to a new market research report published by Transparency Market Research "Breast Cancer Therapeutics: Pipeline Analysis Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2015 - 2023", the global breast cancer ...
 Sys-Con Media1 month ago VolitionRx Announces Second Quarter 2015 Financial Results And Business Update  TheStreet.com1 month ago Cleveland BioLabs Reports Second Quarter 2015 Financial Results and Development Progress  Sys-Con Media1 month ago
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