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Summary of the General Budget 2006-07 28.2.2006 Govt of india: PIB
Summary of the General Budget 2006-07
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Multi-disciplinary approach stressed 28.2.2006 Hindu: Kerala
Treatment of cancers specific to women
Multidisciplinary approach stressed 28.2.2006 Hindu: Kerala
Treatment of cancers specific to women
Chocolates and optimism help men live longer 28.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington : An optimistic view on life and eating or drinking cocoa not only lowers blood pressure, but also reduces the risk of cardiovascular death in elderly men, thus helping them live longer, two recent studies have found.
Will Budget bring relief to cancer, AIDS patients? 28.2.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
There could be some relief for patients suffering from cancer and AIDS, if Budget 2006 does indeed slash the different duties on critical drugs for treating these conditions. The apex Chemicals and Fertilisers Ministry has proposed Customs and ...
Students join awareness campaign 28.2.2006 Hindu: Engagements
CHENNAI: The first round of the battle began on Monday, when the team from MOP Vaishnav College for Women in Nungambakkam launched a cancer awareness/ prevention campaign. It gets technical support from Cancer Institute, Adyar, and financial ...
Never let opportunity go 28.2.2006 Business Standard
Never let opportunity go
Shantha stresses on respect for women 27.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
"Prerequisite for a country's progress"
To battle cancer is their motto 26.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: In 2004, 15 people afflicted with cancer came together to establish a support team to fight the disease. The organisation, V CanHelp, has waged a war against cancer for over two years and will celebrate its second anniversary on ...
Sheryl Crow operated for breast cancer 26.2.2006 Telegraph: International
Grammy winner Sheryl Crow had surgery for breast cancer and postponed a North American tour scheduled to start next month, the singer announced on her website yesterday.
Mixed lot 26.2.2006 Hindu: Sunday Magazine
After reading "Cambridge Letter" by Bill Kirkman (Magazine, February 19), I understand that inner-party quibbling, with a view to dethrone the leader, is a phenomenon in other countries too. In his endeavour to win support for his plans on ...
Sanjivani gains 20% on drug launch plans 26.2.2006 Business Standard
Sanjivani gains 20% on drug launch plans
AIDS, cancer drugs may get cheaper by 50% 26.2.2006 Business Standard
AIDS, cancer drugs may get cheaper by 50%
Biomedical Diagnostic Lab commissioned at university 25.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Diagnostic tests assured at affordable cost for needy people
Varsity, Cancer Institute to initiate joint research 25.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Collaboration will be in education and research "A landmark project that came through in record time"
AIDS, cancer drugs in India may get cheaper by 50% 25.2.2006 Rediff: Business
The intent is to drive down the prices not merely for the government's bulk procurement, done by specified agencies, but across the board.
Sheryl Crow has cancer surgery, postpones tour 25.2.2006 New Indian Express
Sheryl Crow has cancer surgery, postpones tour
Lifestyles pose health hazard 25.2.2006 New Indian Express
Lifestyles pose health hazard
City hospitals ill-equipped to treat asbestosis cases 25.2.2006 New Indian Express
City hospitals ill-equipped to treat asbestosis cases
Light headed! 24.2.2006 HBL: Life
Whitening creams are selling like never before, and western cosmetic giants are moving in for the kill.
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