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Category: Diseases :: Non-communicable :: Cancer
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Racial disparity in breast cancer studied 13.10.2005 New Kerala: Health News
NEW YORK: Columbia University Medical Center researchers say black women with stage I or II breast cancer are less likely than whites to finish chemotherapy treatment.
The spirit of life 13.10.2005 Hindu:Metro Plus: Delhi
Cancer Sahyog marked its anniversary with a discussion on the continued negligence by society of tobacco as lethal to a healthy life
Liz wants to turn Taj Mahal pink! 12.10.2005 Express India-- Front Page
Okay, so love does give people a rose-tinted vision of things but this really is taking things a bit far! Actor Liz Hurley wants to turn the Taj Mahal pink.
Stem cells turn cancer killers! 12.10.2005 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: Researchers at the University of Minnesota have revealed that human embryonic cells have the capacity to generate cancer-killing cells.
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Embryonic stem cells can kill cancer cells 12.10.2005 New Kerala: Health News
MINNEAPOLIS: University of Minnesota scientists, in groundbreaking research, say they have used human embryonic stem cells to kill cancer cells.
Ill health worsens breast cancer survival in blacks 12.10.2005 New Kerala: Health News
CHICAGO: Black women with breast cancer do not live as long as white women with the disease, largely because of higher rates of diabetes, high blood pressure and other concurrent ills, researchers said yesterday.
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Joan Kennedy battles breast cancer 12.10.2005 New Kerala: World News
BOSTON: Recovering alcoholic Joan Kennedy underwent a lumpectomy Tuesday in her latest battle -- breast cancer, The Boston Herald reported.
'Dharma of emerging woman' 11.10.2005 Rediff: News
President APJ Abdul Kalam on the importance of women in nation-building
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Errors in cancer diagnosis common 11.10.2005 New Kerala: Health News
NEW YORK: In a review of patient specimens, errors in cancer diagnosis were seen in up to 11.8 percent of cases, according to a report in the medical journal Cancer.
Breast cancer procedures may be altered 11.10.2005 New Kerala: Health News
CHAPEL HILL, N.C: University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill researchers suggest altering procedures involved in breast cancer can improve the process for women.
Briefly 11.10.2005 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Governor Sushil Kumar Shinde and Chief Minister Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy have greeted the people on the occasion of Vijayadasami. In a message, Mr. Shinde said he wished to share with them the happiness of festivity. He called upon the people to ...
Palliative care must be empathetic: Shantha 10.10.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
`Hospices and care providers must avoid commercialisation'
`Oral cancer cases rising' 10.10.2005 Hindu: Kerala
Oral and maxillofacial surgeons vow to fight the menace
Palliative care must be empathetic: Shantha 9.10.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
`Hospices and care providers must avoid commercialisation'
Hospices last hope for terminally ill people 9.10.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Palliative care eludes a majority of patients Pain, oozing ulcers, fall in haemoglobin count are factors that the terminally ill have to contend with
Offering succour to the terminally ill 9.10.2005 Hindu: Kerala
On October 8, World Palliative Care Day, we celebrate the lives of those millions of terminally ill people and pledge the community's help to alleviate their pain through physical and emotional support.
Briefly 9.10.2005 Hindu: New Delhi
Over 45 schools from East Delhi took part in a seminar-cum-training programme organised here by Hillwoods Academy in association with the Centre for Science and Environment earlier this week. Hillwoods Academy has been actively involved in ...
Most cancer cases are curable, says expert 9.10.2005 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Care should be taken in following proper diet
Lions cancer centre to expand activities 9.10.2005 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Around 3,000 patients treated free of cost
Hospices last hope for terminally ill 8.10.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Palliative care eludes a majority of patients Pains, oozing ulcers, fall in haemoglobin count are factors that the terminally ill have to contend with
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