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For heaven???s sake 19.2.2006 Deccan Herald
For heaven???s sake
Stop the killer 19.2.2006 Hindu: Sunday Magazine
If identified early, lung cancer can be treated. Otherwise, the chances of survival are bleak.
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Cancer Institute wards renovated 18.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: Persons with cancer peered out of wards, all spruced up with fresh coats of paint, shiny tiles and polished floors. Ribbons were cut and plaques unveiled on Friday as Rotary Club of Madras Metro and Cholayil group completed their "Ward ...
A cancer aware city 18.2.2006 New Indian Express
A cancer aware city
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Kerala PCC President seeks Karat's reply on CAG Lavalin report 18.2.2006 New Kerala: Kerala News
New Delhi: The Kerala Congress Saturday asked Communist Party of India-Marxist general secretary Prakash Karat to respond to a Comptroller and Auditor General report that a CPI-M member was involved in a Rs.3.74 billion corruption deal.
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Legislation soon to make rural posting for doctors mandatory 17.2.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: A bill will be introduced in Parliament to make it mandatory for young doctors to undergo rural posting before they are registered by the Medical Council, Health Minister A Ramadoss informed the Rajya Sabha today.
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What dietary gurus can learn from 16th century 17.2.2006 Deccan Herald
What dietary gurus can learn from 16th century
Workshop on urology from Feb 18 17.2.2006 New Indian Express
Workshop on urology from Feb 18
Around the City 17.2.2006 Hindu: Kerala
The Dr. Vivek Memorial Social Services Forum will organise a free cancer detection camp at the Primary Health Centre at Vakkom on February 19 to mark the first death anniversary of the Vivek who died in an accident. A team of doctors and ...
Study: Protein might help fight cancer 17.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
NEW YORK: New York University scientists have found a protein known to cause out-of-control cell growth can be manipulated to induce such cells to commit "suicide."
Kids caught in smoke ring 17.2.2006 Telegraph: Front Page
A new wave of increased tobacco use is sweeping across urban India, portending early addiction, longer lifetime use and growing rates of cancer and cardiovascular diseases, a new study has revealed.
Two-day meet showcases the wide, wide world of statistics 16.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Applications range from weather modelling to cancer incidence
A partner's illness can impact the health of the other 16.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
New York: Couples are impacted by the illness or death of their partners with men showing a greater vulnerability, says a study.
Vitamin C supplements could lower cancer risk in smokers 16.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington: Vitamin C supplements could lower the risk of cancer among smokers by curbing the Vitamin E loss caused due to smoking, researchers say.
Smoking ban hailed in UK 16.2.2006 Telegraph: International
Jubilant health campaigners hailed parliament's decision to ban smoking in pubs and clubs, saying today many lives would be saved and that hundreds of thousands of smokers would quit.
Reliance Life to launch stem cell therapies soon 16.2.2006 Business Standard
Reliance Life to launch stem cell therapies soon
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Italians find colon cancer mechanism 16.2.2006 New Kerala: World News
MILAN, Italy: Italian researchers say they have discovered a key mechanism in the formation of colon cancer involving a protein called beta-catenin.
Desist from promising fantastic cures: Anbumani 15.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Amendment to Drugs and Magical Remedies Act proposed Says amendment to Drugs and Magical Remedies Act is on the anvil
Desist from promising fantastic cures: Anbumani 15.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Says amendment to Drugs and Magical Remedies Act is on the anvil
Timely surgery saves U.K. dentist 15.2.2006 Hindu: Front Page
COIMBATORE: Last Friday, retired dentist John Young (64) left for home in London with the smile back on his face. Late January, his tour of Udhagamandalam was cut short and he was rushed to the K.G. Hospital here with severe abdominal ...
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