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Category: Diseases :: Non-communicable :: Cancer
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China launches drug to treat lung cancer 1.8.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Beijing: A new Chinese drug, which is claimed to be more effective than chemotherapy for treating lung cancer, has been launched in the domestic market, researchers said.
Inculcate good food habits, schools urged 31.7.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
WHO expert calls for adoption of comprehensive health policy
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Magsaysay Award for Delhi social activist 31.7.2006 DNA: India
Arvind Kejriwal was selected for his contribution to India's right-to-information movement and empowering poor citizens to fight corruption.
World's first cervical cancer vaccine to go on sale 31.7.2006 New Indian Express
World's first cervical cancer vaccine to go on sale
'On a valiant mission to fight breast cancer' 31.7.2006 New Indian Express
'On a valiant mission to fight breast cancer'
Rs 12 lakh worth gutkha sold in State daily 31.7.2006 The Assam Tribune
Rs 12 lakh worth gutkha sold in State daily
World's first cervical cancer vaccine to go on sale 31.7.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London: The world's first and only cervical cancer vaccine, Gardasil, which has proved effective against the virus that causes most cervical cancers, may go on sale within weeks, the company marketing it said.
Orchid acquires 100% of US-based Bexel Pharma 31.7.2006 Business Standard
Orchid acquires 100% of US-based Bexel Pharma
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Orchid pays $3mn to buy out US-based Bexel 31.7.2006 Business Standard
Orchid pays $3mn to buy out US-based Bexel
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Pakistan: Geopolitical epicentre of Islamist jihad 31.7.2006 Rediff: News
'Extension of Pakistan's proxy war through jihadist tools to all conceivable corners of India is a part of its strategic war plan.'
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Arvind Kejriwal selected for 2006 Ramon Magsaysay Award 31.7.2006 New Kerala: World News
Kuala Lumpur: Head of Delhi-based 'Parivartan' citizen's movement, Arvind Kejriwal, was today selected for this year's Ramon Magsaysay Award for his contribution to India's right-to-information movement and empowering poor citizens to fight corruption.
Dark skin 'does not block cancer' 30.7.2006 New Indian Express
Dark skin 'does not block cancer'
'Tobacco ban alone will not do' 30.7.2006 New Indian Express
'Tobacco ban alone will not do'
`Obesity a cause for concern' 30.7.2006 Hindu: Kerala
Expert blames easy availability of convenient food for the menace
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Scorpion hope for cancer cure 30.7.2006 Telegraph: International
Doctors seeking treatments for malignant brain tumours have found promise in the venom of scorpions, according to a study released yesterday.
Gone up in smoke 30.7.2006 Hindu: Sunday Magazine
Reflections on the celluloid depictions of tobacco in earlier times.
Opera Pavarotti vows to continue singing despite cancer 30.7.2006 New Kerala: World News
London: Famous Italian tenor Luciano Pavarroti has promised to complete a farewell world tour that he was forced to abandon when he underwent surgery for cancer.
AIIMS acquires robotic surgical system 29.7.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Jul 28: The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) has become the first body in Asia to acquire a four-arm robotic surgical system which will make complex surgeries easier.
'Performance not satisfactory' 29.7.2006 New Indian Express
'Performance not satisfactory'
Refresher courses for State medicos soon 29.7.2006 The Assam Tribune
Refresher courses for State medicos soon
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