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Category: Diseases :: Non-communicable :: Cancer
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Biocon may launch new anti-arthritis drug in 3-4 years 27.11.2006 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi, Nov 27: Leading biotech company, Biocon Limited today said it expects to launch a new anti-arthritis drug in the next 3-4 years in the Indian market, which could prove to be a multi-billion dollar opportunity for the company.
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Government to provide vaccines for cervical cancer virus to women 26.11.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Disease affects 40 women in every one lakh population: Minister
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Teachers made aware of ill-effects of tobacco 26.11.2006 TOI: Cities
A daylong workshop was conducted to sensitise school teachers about the ill-effects of tobacco use.
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Cure today for future disease 26.11.2006 TOI: Cities
How about treating a disease even before it occurs? Sounds amazing!
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Teachers made aware of ill-effects of tobacco 26.11.2006 TOI: Patna
A daylong workshop was conducted to sensitise school teachers about the ill-effects of tobacco use.
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New technique to detect cancer in early stages 26.11.2006 New Indian Express
New technique to detect cancer in early stages
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Young scientist award 26.11.2006 Hindu: Kerala
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: : R.V. Vijayalekshmi, a research scholar at the Regional Cancer Centre, Thiruvananthapuram, has received the `young scientist' award at the international conference in zoology organised in Bangalore recently by the Department ...
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Technology: SHANGHAI SURPRISE 26.11.2006 The Statesman
Technology: SHANGHAI SURPRISE
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Ray of hope 26.11.2006 The Statesman
Ray of hope
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Fifteen Delhi hospitals recieve show cause notice 26.11.2006 Ind Law News
Fifteen Delhi hospitals recieve show cause notice
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Hope for cure 26.11.2006 Hindu: Sunday Magazine
"No room for tears" (November 19) is sure to raise the hopes on breast cancer patients. Most cancers can be cured if detected early. I remember reading the words of one patient: "Breast cancer has invaded my body but it need not invade my spirit. ...
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Iraq govt asked to take measures to control violence 26.11.2006 New Kerala: World News
United Nations, Nov 26: With sectarian revenge killings increasing in Iraq, a United Nations envoy has called on the government of the warn-torn country to take measures to prevent extremists from destroying the nation and taking it down the path of civil war.
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Prize distribution 25.11.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
COIMBATORE P: rize distribution for `Kalai Ilakkia Pottikal 2006' revenue-level competition held at the Perks Matriculation Higher Seocndary School from November 22 to 24, will be held on November 26 on the school premises. Sirpi Balasubramanian, ...
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New technique to detect cancer in early stages 25.11.2006 India eNews: Top Headlines
A new technique has been developed at Singapore's National University Hospital to detect cancer in its early stages, researchers said Saturday.
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Go ahead, burn plastic. Let your lives go up in smoke 25.11.2006 New Indian Express
Go ahead, burn plastic. Let your lives go up in smoke
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New technique to detect cancer in early stages 25.11.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Singapore, Nov 25: A new technique has been developed at Singapore's National University Hospital to detect cancer in its early stages, researchers said Saturday.
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`Junk' DNA is not junk 25.11.2006 HBL: Industry & Economy
Molecular biologists report new findings on Y chromosome
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A.Q Khan in excellent health, says ISPR 25.11.2006 New Kerala: World News
Islamabad, Nov.25 : Dispelling rumours that Pakistan's top nuclear scientist Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan was very ill, the Inter-Services Public Relations wing of the Pakistan Government today said that Khan was in excellent health following cancer surgery at a Karachi hospital.
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UT's No. 1 in breast cancer cases 24.11.2006 TOI: Cities
Chandigarh is emerging as home to various lifestyle-related problems found more in the developed world.
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Show-Cause notices to 15 Delhi Hospitals 24.11.2006 Govt of india: PIB
Show-Cause notices to 15 Delhi Hospitals
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