User: esg Topic: Health
Category: Diseases :: Non-communicable :: Cancer
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Film critic Ebert says he's feeling better 3.4.2007 New Kerala: World News
CHICAGO, April 3: Chicago Sun-Times film critic Roger Ebert, on the mend from complications from cancer surgery, has marked his 40th anniversary with the newspaper.
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An emotional Rx 3.4.2007 New Indian Express
An emotional Rx
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Few Asian smokers try to quit: Study 3.4.2007 New Indian Express
Few Asian smokers try to quit: Study
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Sun exposure severe in males 3.4.2007 New Kerala: Health News
New York, April 3: Exposure to sun appears to impact more on the skin of males than females.
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A sweet step toward new cancer therapies 3.4.2007 New Kerala: Health News
ANN ARBOR, Mich., April 2: A University of Michigan study suggested that a technique that analyzes certain sugars might lead to new cancer diagnosis and treatment options.
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Treatment adherence down as drug prices go up 3.4.2007 Hindu: Kerala
The more expensive the drugs prescribed, the lesser the compliance
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Combined cervical cancer screening studied 2.4.2007 New Kerala: World News
STANFORD, Calif., April 2: A U.S. study finds screening women for cervical cancer and providing preventive treatment during the same visit is feasible in developing nations.
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Reducing calorie intake later in life can still bring longevity benefits 2.4.2007 New Kerala: Health News
Washington, Apr 2 : Researchers at the University of California have discovered that reducing calorie intake later in life can still induce many of the health and longevity benefits of life-long calorie reduction.
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Fats in stomach reduce protective effects of vitamin C 2.4.2007 New Kerala: Health News
Washington, April 2 : Fats in the stomach may significantly reduce the protective effects of antioxidants such as vitamin C, according to a study conducted by scientists at the University of Glasgow.
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Inherent gender differences behind men's increased skin cancer susceptibility 2.4.2007 New Kerala: Health News
Washington, April 2 : Inherent gender differences may be one of the reasons why men are thrice as prone to certain skin cancer as women, according to researchers at Ohio Stateve university Medical Center.
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Researchers find genetic links to prostate cancer 2.4.2007 New Indian Express
Researchers find genetic links to prostate cancer
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Boffins identify seven genetic risk factors predicting prostate cancer risk 2.4.2007 New Kerala: Health News
London, April 2 : Scientists have identified seven genetic risk factors that predict risk for prostate cancer.
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Training on disposal of bio-medical waste held 2.4.2007 The Assam Tribune
Training on disposal of bio-medical waste held
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Eli Lilly sues Sun Pharma over patent 2.4.2007 Business Standard
Eli Lilly sues Sun Pharma over patent
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Endoscopy training centre opened 2.4.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
TIRUCHI: The Poison Control Training and Research Centre, Chennai, will soon open centres in all district headquarters, the Health Secretary of Tamil Nadu, V. K. Subbhuraj has said. He was speaking at the inauguration of `Endoscopy suite and ...
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SP releases its poll manifesto 2.4.2007 Hindu: National
Schemes to benefit all sections
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Sugars may be the culprits behind cancerous tumours growth 1.4.2007 New Kerala: Health News
Washington, April 1 : Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed a technique to identify and structurally characterize sugars that are suspected to play a significant role in the growth and spread of tumours, setting the stage for new cancer diagnosis and treatment options.
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All that's 'Fizzy' not Healthy 1.4.2007 The Navhind Times
All that's 'Fizzy' not Healthy
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Cancer : Kill the Fear 1.4.2007 The Navhind Times
Cancer : Kill the Fear
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New discovery could halt spread of cancer 1.4.2007 New Kerala: World News
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., March 31: Researchers at Michigan's Van Andel Institute say they have discovered a protein called DIP that could potentially help stop the spread of cancer.
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