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Category: Diseases :: Non-communicable :: Cancer
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Astronauts at increased risk of premature aging: Study 17.4.2008 Express India-- Front Page
Astronauts may be at increased risk of premature aging due to exposure to radiation found in space, suggests a study.
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Astronauts prone to early aging 17.4.2008 IndiaInfo.com
Astronauts may be at increased risk of premature aging due to exposure to radiation found in space, suggests a study.
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Bacon increases cancer risk 17.4.2008 Hindu: Science & Technology
Eating just one sausage a day, or the equivalent of any processed meat, could increase the risk of developing bowel cancer by a fifth, says a leading scientist. Martin Wiseman, medical adviser for the World Cancer Research Fund, said ...
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Vasundhara praises philanthropists 17.4.2008 Hindu: Other States
JAIPUR: A linear accelerator machine set up at a cost of Rs.6.50 crore and a new building constructed at a cost of Rs.60 lakh in the Acharya Tulsi Cancer Research Complex at P.B.M. Government Hospital in Bikaner have been dedicated to the ...
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New drug may protect against radiation 16.4.2008 Asian Age: Delhi
Researchers have developed a new drug that can protect healthy cells and bone marrow against anti-cancer radiation therapy and maybe even against the effects of a nuclear bomb, a study has shown. While radiation therapy is used effectively to destroy cancerous tumors, it can have a devastating effect on healthy cells, noted the study published a recent edition of the American review Science. But a new drug protects gastrointestinal cells and bone marrow in mice and monkeys from radiation without reducing the treatment’s effectiveness, lead author Lyudmila Burdelya of New York state’s Roswell Park Cancer Institute said. Dr Richard Kolesnick, of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, said the research represented "a ...
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Media not focussing on breast cancer prevention: Study 16.4.2008 New Indian Express
Media not focussing on breast cancer prevention: Study
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Oriental mushroom may help fight cancer 16.4.2008 New Indian Express
Oriental mushroom may help fight cancer
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No pathologist at Mangaldoi civil hospital 16.4.2008 The Assam Tribune
No pathologist at Mangaldoi civil hospital
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Mouth reveals lung damage caused by smoking: Study 16.4.2008 The Statesman
Mouth reveals lung damage caused by smoking: Study
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Gene activity may explain cancer's racial divide 16.4.2008 New Scientist: News
African Americans are at more risk from cancer than white people – it could be because immune system genes are responding differently
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Cancer centre upgrades facilities 16.4.2008 Hindu: Kerala
High-speed spiral CT machine introduced
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Women health activists to spread 15.4.2008 The Statesman
Women health activists to spread
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Govt to set up a cancer research institute in Chennai 15.4.2008 Business Standard
Govt to set up a cancer research institute in Chennai
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Grapefruit & breast cancer 15.4.2008 Deccan Herald
Grapefruit & breast cancer
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Soaked & fried 15.4.2008 Deccan Herald
Soaked & fried
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Smoking puts older women at risk of colorectal cancers 15.4.2008 New Indian Express
Smoking puts older women at risk of colorectal cancers
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Vitamin D and calcium affect cell death 15.4.2008 New Indian Express
Vitamin D and calcium affect cell death
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Welcome to the o-zone 15.4.2008 DNA: Mumbai
One visit to the ozone therapy centre at the Bombay Hospital is enough to convince one of its miraculous properties.
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Veggies cut colon cancer risk 15.4.2008 Mint: Latest
According to cancer specialists in Delhi, colorectal cancer is now the fifth most common type of cancer in the country
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US study links breast cancer to drinking 14.4.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
A large US study has linked alcohol consumption to an increased risk of the most common type of breast cancer in postmenopausal women.
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