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MMHRC plans paediatric oncology centre 18.9.2006 New Indian Express
MMHRC plans paediatric oncology centre
Biocon launches biomab-egfr for head and neck cancer 18.9.2006 New Indian Express
Biocon launches biomab-egfr for head and neck cancer
Experimental cancer drug reverses muscular dystrophy in mice 18.9.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington, Sept 18: Scientists at Burnham Institute have found that an experimental breast cancer drug may be helpful in promoting regeneration and repair of muscles amongst patients of muscular dystrophy.
Biocon launches cancer drug BIOMAb-EGFR 18.9.2006 Business Standard
Biocon launches cancer drug BIOMAb-EGFR
Biocon shoots its magic bullet at cancer 18.9.2006 Business Standard
Biocon shoots its magic bullet at cancer
Biocon launches cancer drug 'Biomab-Egfr' 18.9.2006 New Kerala: Business India
Mumbai, Sep 18: Bangalore-based biotechnology major, Biocon Ltd has launched 'Biomab-Egfr', a therapeutic monoclonal antibody-based drug for treating solid tumors of epithelial origin, such as head and neck cancers.
Biocon launches new drug for head and neck cancer. 18.9.2006 New Kerala: Business India
Bangalore, Sep 18: The country’s largest biotechnology firm, Biocon Limited, launched its anti-cancer drug Biomab EGFR in Bangalore, over the weekend.
Psychotherapy, gene pioneers honoured 18.9.2006 Sify News
Pioneers in psychotherapy and cell biology and three scientists who discovered a crucial enzyme linked to cancer and aging are being awarded prestigious medical prizes.
Cancer-fighting drug launched 18.9.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Actor Shah Rukh Khan releases drug, BIOMab-EGFR, from Biocon Ltd.
Dr AQ Khan moves to sister's place to convalesce from cancer surgery 18.9.2006 New Kerala: World News
Karachi, Sept 18: Pakistan nuclear scientist Dr AQ Khan, who underwent a cancer operation on September 9, will stay at his sister’s house in Karachi to recover from the surgery, official sources said.
A Q Khan discharged from hospital after cancer surgery 18.9.2006 New Kerala: World News
Karachi, Sep 17: Pakistan's disgraced nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan was today discharged from a hospital here after undergoing a successful surgery for prostate cancer.
Students do their bit to spread awareness of cancer 17.9.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Weeklong campaign ends with `awareness walk'
Telemedicine project launch in October 17.9.2006 Hindu: Front Page
Six medical colleges, 10 district hospitals, two superspecialty centres to be linked
I am trying to quit smoking: SRK 17.9.2006 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Bollywood actor Shah Rukh Khan says he is desperately trying to quit smoking.
I'm desperately trying to quit smoking: SRK 17.9.2006 DNA: India
Shah Rukh admitted that it's a "shameful thing" that while he supported the fight against cancer -- he lost his father to cancer in 1981 -- he still smokes.
A Q Khan discharged after surgery 17.9.2006 CNN-IBN: World
Former Pakistani scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan was discharged on Sunday from a hospital after undergoing cancer surgery.
Vitamin D may reduce pancreatic cancer risk 17.9.2006 New Kerala: Health News
New York, Sep 17: Vitamin D tablets may help reduce pancreatic cancer, says a study. But scientists warn that people should not start popping vitamin D supplements to ward off the disease.
Oriana Fallaci passes away 17.9.2006 Hindustan Times
Oriana Fallaci passes away
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Stem-cells research and therapy on armed forces' radar 17.9.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
Stem-cell research and therapy is on the radar of the armed forces. The Mumbai-based Navy Hospital, INHS Asvini, has started using stem-cell treatment in adults, Surgeon Vice-Admiral V.K. Singh, Director General, Armed Forces Medical Services, ...
Partnership projects for hospitals under study 17.9.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Notification to recruit doctors, nurses and para-medical staff on the way, says Rosaiah
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