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Special family welfare camps from November 14 12.11.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
To extend reproductive health care to rural people
Delhi High Court allows accused in urea scam to visit London 12.11.2005 Hindu: National
He wants to meet his family members and attend to his wife, a cancer patient
<b>Detecting prostate problems early</b> 11.11.2005 Deccan Herald
<b>Detecting prostate problems early</b>
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`Early detection helps cure cancer' 10.11.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
`Abstain from smoking, chewing tobacco'
BioImagene to expand Pune centre 10.11.2005 HBL: Info-Tech
BIOIMAGENE Inc, a San Jose-based biomedical imaging company having operations in Pune, has earmarked $5 million for its Indian operations. The co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of BioImagene India, Mr Mohan Uttarwar, said that the company ...
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MYSORE BRIEFS 10.11.2005 Deccan Herald
MYSORE BRIEFS
Reliance Life to begin clinical trials of prostrate cancer vaccine 10.11.2005 HBL: Industry & Economy
RELIANCE Life Sciences Pvt Ltd is planning to soon commence clinical trials of a new vaccine, Relivax-DC, used in the treatment of prostrate cancer . Addressing a Global Conference on India R&D 2005 organised by FICCI, Dr Shakti N. Upadhyay, ...
Peripheral cancer centre may be handed over to private trust 10.11.2005 Hindu: Karnataka
Proposal by Hyderabad-based institute sent to Department of Health and Medical Education for approval Proposal sent to Department of Health and Medical Education for approval
Zyflamend effective in prostate cancer 10.11.2005 New Kerala: World News
NEW YORK: A Columbia University study has reportedly demonstrated Zyflamend, an proprietary herbal extract preparation, suppresses prostate cancer cell growth.
Projecting science courses as viable alternatives to professional streams 9.11.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
TIRUCHI: For the first time in the State, the Indian Academy of Sciences (IASc), Bangalore, will hold its annual meeting at the Bharathidasan University from November 11 to 13. The University has wrested the opportunity to utilise the 71st ...
Special medical camp for women 9.11.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
NAGERCOIL: : The Collector-in-charge, Jothi Nirmala, inaugurated a one-day special medical camp on screening for early detection of cancer cervix for women at Kanyakumari Medical College Hospital on Monday. Free PAP tests were conducted for ...
UK MPs form club to select best South Asian restaurant 9.11.2005 Rediff: News
UK MPs form club to select best South Asian restaurant
Cancer registry for Madurai soon 9.11.2005 Hindu: Front Page
MADURAI: Though everyone knows that incidence of cancer is on an alarming scale, the statistics/data are not available for doctors to arrive at how many patients in a particular region are inflicted with it. But very soon Madurai will be able ...
Cancer registry for Madurai soon 9.11.2005 Hindu: Front Page
MADURAI: Though everyone knows that incidence of cancer is on an alarming scale, the statistics/data are not available for doctors to arrive at how many patients in a particular region are inflicted with it. But very soon Madurai will be able ...
UK MPs to pick best S Asian eatery 9.11.2005 Express India-- Front Page
Cutting across party-lines, over 50 British MPs have formed the first-ever 'All Parliamentarian Tiffin Club' here to select the best South Asian restaurant in the UK every year and to boost charitable causes.
Kidwai launches week-long cancer awareness camp 8.11.2005 Deccan Herald
Kidwai launches week-long cancer awareness camp
<b>Bacteria designed to make new antibiotics</b> 8.11.2005 Deccan Herald
<b>Bacteria designed to make new antibiotics</b>
Small Wonder 8.11.2005 TOI: Editorial
Cancer cure is only one of the applications of nanotech.
Reliance Life Sciences to start clinical trial of Relivax-DC 8.11.2005 HBL: Breaking News
Adolescent smokers: Popular films to blame 8.11.2005 New Kerala: World News
New York: A study in the US shows that exposure to on-screen smoking through popular films is a primary factor in determining whether young people will take up the habit.
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